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According to a recent remark by an IMF official, the economic recovery of the UAE is gaining momentum and the country is all set to bounce back from the negative impact of the Pandemic by showing a strong and early response to the crisis. Thanks to the successful economic diversification, the non-oil GDP is likely…

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Infrastructure is the primary driver for the economic growth of any nation. GCC and Middle East countries are no exceptions. Public health, water systems, railways, airports, roads, electricity, telecommunications, and public utilities are a few necessities to boost economic activity by channelising commerce and mobility. The rapid growth of urbanisation in the Middle East significantly…

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Competition in the construction industry is getting fierce year after year. Every firm has boosted its competitiveness down to every single contractor, working under immense pressure to adapt to changes and compete in a completely new environment. Why is the Construction Industry Getting So Competitive? Construction has always been a competitive business, but a series…

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Tesco marketing mastermind Clive Humby once said, “Data is the new oil”. No wonder why he said so. Like oil, businesses also need data to keep progressing and make operations efficient. Besides, you need technology and infrastructure to collect, store, and nurture both of them.   Businesses were familiar with the power of oil, but several…

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Big data has garnered too much attention in recent years because of its relevancy and limitless possibilities in the age of digitalisation. Take the construction market, for example, which is probably not the first sector that comes into mind when we think about tech innovation. However, the construction industry market leaders have finally understood the…

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The construction market in UAE was valued at 101.45 billion USD in 2020, and it is expected to hit 133.53 billion USD by the end of 2026. The market was heavily impacted during the COVID-19 crisis, but it is expected to bounce back with 3.1% growth in 2021.  The UAE government is focusing on building…

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Big data has become an integral part of several industries, including construction, and in this age of digitalisation, it shows no sign of slowing down. Big data and analytics are playing a contributory role in transforming the construction industry. From BIM to construction project databases and real-time data analytics, big data has significantly changed the…

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It’s essential for contractors, suppliers, and other construction industry service providers to maintain a healthy pipeline of leads. You may be flooded with clients when the market sentiment is optimistic, but uncertain market fluctuations can stop your momentum anytime. Therefore, preparing your marketing arsenal with real-time construction data is essential to beat the unpredictable nature…

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Big data has become essential for all industries, and in this age of digitalisation, it shows no sign of slowing down. From construction intelligence database management to real-time data analytics, big data is changing the fundamental methodology of the construction industry for the better. Here we will reveal why big data is so vital in…

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In the construction industry, the real-time predictive, collaborative technologies of big data are enabling market players to create more sustainable construction, make the right decisions, mitigate risks, leverage building information modeling, devise routing systems, and ensure equipment availability in the right place among various others. In a word, big data collaborative technologies are helping them…