Following our series on FabLabs, those novel laboratories promoting creation and collaboration in support of an innovation ecosystem.
iPilot : facilitating the work of the crane operator for greater safety
Energy renovation – the driving force behind new uses
Monday March 16th, 2020
Interview with Mohamed Al-Hussein
Dr. Al-Hussein’s research has proffered a number of contributions to the industrialization of the building construction process through the development of modular and offsite construction technologies. He’s telling us about it!
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