November 28, 2012 By News Staff
Between smart meters, hurricanes, the looming threat of a cyberattack, and organizations flocking to the cloud, the technological infrastructure of the nation is changing. Technology consulting firm Microdesk made five predictions that architecture, engineering and construction firms should plan for in 2013 to position U.S. infrastructure for a more sustainable future.
"By continuing to leverage the technologies available - and embracing new technologies - the industry will set new precedents for what's possible in the design and building of roads, bridges, buildings and America's mass transit systems in 2013," said Michael DeLacey, president of Microdesk.
More information on Microdesk's predictions is available here.
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