Recently, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development has designated 24 pilot cities for smart construction to further explore the new path for the transformation and development of the construction industry.
Underpinned by technology and innovation, these pilot cities are committed to tackling outstanding problems like extensive manufacturing, labor shortages and large resource and energy consumption by cultivating new patterns.
The pilot project maps out three goals. First, accelerate scientific and technological innovation to enhance productivity and benefits. Focusing on digital design, smart production, smart construction, construction industry Internet, construction robots and smart supervision, the pilot cities are expected to form a new construction pattern by strengthening the digital control of all elements.
Second, build an industrial cluster of smart construction. The project has set up a series of innovative bases to advance the development of innovative software, artificial intelligent, Interet of things, big data and high-end equipment manufacturing.
Third, foster leading construction enterprises with key technology and systematic capacity so as to boost the international competitiveness of construction enterprises.
Author | Linn
Revisor | May, Jersey