Building construction automation has taken off to replace human labor

Researchers from Imperial College, University College London, and the University of Bath are jointly conducting a project that uses unmanned aerial systems for in-situ manufacturing of the built environment. The project is to explore feasibility of using drones to gather on-site landscape data fe...

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