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A new report finds IoT adoption is driven by improved safety records, reduced costs (including costs of workers’ compensation claims and premiums), and greater employee productivity. (Photo provided by Triax Technologies) A new report finds that IoT adoption is driven by improved safety records, reduced costs (including costs of workers’ compensation claims and premiums), and greater employee productivity. (Photo provided by Triax Technologies)

One in five worker deaths a year is in construction. Given this sobering statistic, construction site risk is a critical challenge, and the industry is slowly turning to new technology, specifically the increasing use of sensors on the jobsite, as part of the solution. A new study finds that while contractors continue to struggle with construction site risks, they recognize the benefits of using Internet of Things (IoT) technology to mitigate them.

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