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May 26th, 2018


Are Gulf construction firms ready to embrace disruptive tech?

Businesses know investing in 3D printing, VR, and artificial intelligence can yield long-term financial gains, but they must now be bold and adopt these disruptive tools

Innovation is muscling into the Middle East’s construction industry

Disruptive technology is muscling its way into the Middle East’s construction sector, which has faced criticism in the past for being slow to embrace innovation

Schindler UAE seeks to elevate urban mobility across the GCC

Schindler UAE is rising to the demands of the ever-expanding urbanisation of the Emirates, meeting the challenges with a digital strategy, and taking the management of people flow to new heights

Sound construction tech can help contractors cut costs

Ian Hauptfleisch,  general manager of Construction Computer Software (CCS) Gulf outlines how the right construction software can result in long-term cost and efficiency savings

Money troubles dent Middle East construction jobs

Marcus Taylor, managing partner at Taylor Sterling Associates, outlines how liquidity issues are affecting the Middle East’s construction sector

Face to face: Hamish Tyrwhitt, Arabtec Holding

Hamish Tyrwhitt outlines his long-term strategy to expand Arabtec Holding’s presence and market share in the UAE, and beyond

VR simulators by UK's Serious Labs to target high-access operators

A virtual reality training simulator kit with scissor and boom lift scenarios has been launched to train operators in a safe environment

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