Moving toward the infrastructure of 2030

By Jenny Lescohier08 February 2021

When talking about the near- and long-term future of construction, there are two words that inevitably come up: technology and infrastructure. America’s aging system of transport is in dire need of attention, and President Joe Biden has pledged to make it a priority.

Technology is making leaps and bounds in every facet of our lives and construction is no different. How might advancing technology affect the way the infrastructure of the future is developed and utilized? We talked to Bryn Fosburgh, senior vice president at US-based software and technology company Trimble for some perspective.

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