Although Brazil's civil construction industry shrank 30% between 2014 and 2019, the sector has kicked off 2020 with the expectation of growing 3% and adding 150,000 workers, thanks to lower interest rates and controlled inflation levels. However, technology is also playing a key role in boosting revenues, as it reduces costs, increases productivity and helps putting many of the industry’s projects up. TO learn more about these initiatives, BNamericas talked to Flávio Vidal, executive director of innovation at MRV, one of Latin America's largest construction groups. More
Industry leaders demand long-term public policies and industry 4.0 promotion to solve the problems the country will face as result of the social uprising. More
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