Developing a Governance Framework to Assist with the Adoption of Sensing Technologies in Construction
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This research was a step forward towards understanding the application and suitability of sensing technologies to improve construction performance, and to discover the rationale behind the slow adoption of such technologies in construction. A governance framework was developed, serving as a reference of factors affecting the adoption of sensing technologies in construction, ranging from motivations towards a wider use, to barriers preventing from the uptake of such technologies in construction.
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