Construction is one of the largest sectors in the world economy, with its market worth $10 trillion. The growing demands across construction activities fuel several other sectors, including the supply chain and manufacturing.
Despite being the accelerator, the construction industry’s productivity has trailed that of other sectors for decades, and there is a $1.6 trillion opportunity to close the gap, writes McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) in its latest report.
Automation: The Game Changer
The adoption of automation has accelerated across all sectors and verticals in recent times. Business owners, CEOs, and CTOs see automation as a tool to accelerate productivity, raise the quality benchmark, cope with the regulatory norms, and stay profitable.
The market capitalization of automation-as-a-service is to grow from USD 1.56 Billion in 2016 to USD 6.23 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 28.1%, according to MarketsandMarkets.
You might be interested in knowing where the construction sector stands in terms of automation adoption and what the innovation has for you and the industry. What challenges does it solve? Will it create new opportunities? Find answers with OnIndus now.
Scope of Automation in Construction
Exploring construction automation opportunities
#1. Capital Planning and Cashflow Analysis
#2. Construction Supply Chain Management
#3. Bidding and Procurement
Cost-effective and quality procurement of materials and human capital is instrumental in the timely launch, progress, and completion of any construction project. Opening bidding, reaching out to the potential vendors, making a comparison and selection have been a puzzle that automation has solved. Leveraging the technology, you can handle a range of complex tasks as follows with absolute ease and precision.
- Bid & RFP Management
- Work Package Estimates
- Bid Tabulation
- Bid-Leveling & Awards
- Vendor & SBE/DBE Tracing
#4. Design, Planning, and Management
These procedures in the construction work often take a considerable amount of time and effort due to the complexity involved, distributed information across operational silos, and lack of progress tracking and ensuring accountability.
There is a high probability of construction businesses utilizing real estate software like MRI, Peoplesoft, Oracle, Maximo, Lawson, Rhumbix, e-Builder, Sage, Kahua, and Procore to manage construction and development, which is good. However, the technological disparity comes up as a barrier too often that delays processes and projects.
The new-age automation from OnIndus has the answer to it – Build robust automation. The key priority should be integrating and synchronizing disparate systems, and we do it professionally, leaving no stones unturned.
Building a shared ecosystem of architecture, engineering, construction, and owner is the demand of the hour. It helps streamline the construction workflow with instant access to information to authorized stakeholders and meet the desired objectives.
Impact of Automation
#1. Better decision-making
#2. Faster delivery
#3. Reduced construction cost
#4. Meeting expectations of buyers
#5. Staying compliant
Construction regulations and compliances are evolving quickly to safeguard the interests of all stakeholders. It’s a good practice indeed; however, meeting compliances is no less challenging. It takes substantial time and effort of realtors to meet all without fail.
Failure in doing so is also not an option. The penalties have grown manifolds. Circulation of such things damages the reputation of a brand. With the right automation, it’s easy to keep a check on the adherence of compliances. The system also notifies you if something goes wrong.
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