Real-time automated material tracking, digital site layout planning, robotic platforms for automated assembly, human-machine interfaces, laser scanning for point cloud data acquisition and as-built modeling, internet-of-things (IoT), wearable sensing and actuation devices for safety and health monitoring. These are just a few of the topics that are presented at the annual ISARCs.
Contributions of the most recent ISARC have proven that research and development on automation, robotic and digital technologies go hand-in-hand. They are about transforming the way we design, construct, or operate the built environment. It is therefore worth attending an ISARC where academic and industry leaders meet to bring much needed change to our industry!