The number of construction professionals who don't believe mobile technology is essential to business has dropped to about one in five as the industry continues to embrace the benefits of a mobile, paper-less working environment.
Josh Lannen, the quality assurance and control manager for a Boston-based construction management firm, put it this way: "We are desperately trying to completely rid ourselves of the paper."
Among the apps singled out in this report is TrueLook, which uses fixed cameras with a resolution of up to 12 megapixels to keep an eye on job sites. Cameras are mounted in polycarbonate enclosures and can operate in a wide range of site conditions.
Should you have a need to check site conditions such as altitude, barometric pressure and the boiling point of water on a particular job, you'll want to plug into My Altitude.
If you're in need of a drone to record jobsite conditions or progress on a roofing job, check out Dispatch a Drone — a sort of Uber service for aerial photos.
In other words, there's something for everyone on this list.