Wearable tech: How the construction sector is saving time, money and the planet

Tom Allen
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Wearable tech: How the construction sector is saving time, money and the planet
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Wearable tech: How the construction sector is saving time, money and the planet

Mace Group turned to remote inspection at the start of the pandemic, and hasn’t looked back since

Wearable technology has not been the revolution originally envisioned. While Google Glass had a compelling concept, the reality was often slow and clunky - and it just screamed ‘tech bro' to wear out in...

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