In this marathon of innovation, technology and development nothing is impossible. Plenty of resources are embracing human brain to broaden the horizon of creativity, thinking and imagination, now it all depends on human being whether to design something constructive like self-driven cars or destructive like missiles or atom bomb.
Almost every country is working towards betterment of their infrastructure for example: Japan, China, Singapore, USA, Canada and Australia. New construction technology is welcoming a totally next level, a paradigm shift in construction industry or in other words construction sector is transforming completely towards tech and digitization. Take Australia for an example: in 2016 approximately 98 million dollars has been dedicated for Australian construction technology startup, no matter they are already way ahead in all this because, construction industry is contributing more than $129 billion in Australian economy (more than 7% GDP) and some of the metropolitan states like Melbourne and Sydney are on 9 if rated on the scale of 10 for construction business in Australia. According to a study this country is supporting construction industry by continuously providing solutions and technological additions which will not only boost new business but, will reiterate the existing business as well. Furthermore, in Australia they consider construction a very risky business because it involves thick man power, infrastructure, humongous amount of money, heavy machinery etc. Visit https://entracon.com.au/land-remediation/ for earthworks remediation contractors.
As per research in Australia, by the end of 2025 human intervention on construction sites will be reduced to minimum possible and everything will be tackled through robotics and drones. To make this study more concrete technology has played its role such as: for the safety in this industry; there are certain construction sites which cannot be examined properly by architects and wetland construction contractors due to life danger but now, drones are a must in construction business to fulfill this demand drone is a fantastic approach to handle this problem saves time, safe and gives all the angles and perspectives required. Talking about perspectives how can 3D printers be forgotten every angle can be physically analyzed way before actual construction takes place, couple of years back if somebody have said, “can we make this xyz building in triangle shape?” not possible right but Today it can be hypothetically made in couple of hours via 3D printer but also, it can be amended thousands of time and in thousands of other ways without actually wastage of time. This is not the end, in Australia they have started to research on robotics as a replacement of human labors which means there will be less manpower required to build a multi storied building, no need to insure 200 labor lives, no need to pay 200 workers, no need to pay for double shifts and robots can work tirelessly. Yes future of construction is evidently bright in Australia, what to say even imaginations can be touched these days, virtual reality has been introduced way before… another classic example of constructive thinking ability of a human brain.