If you travel, GPS systems are most likely a part of your everyday life. You use it to get you from point A to point B using the quickest route, even avoiding active road construction, or maybe the scenic route if you are feeling nomadic. But how is GPS changing the construction industry, and how can it be used to improve operations?
The first global positioning system was launched in the late 1970s for military applications, was released for civilian use in 1983, and became fully operational in 1995. Since then it has completely changed the way that we go about our daily lives – from replacing paper maps to aviation and commercial applications for business just like your construction company.