Connected and autonomous plant to 2035
The Connected and autonomous plant (CAP) roadmap will revolutionise construction safety and bring productivity gains of £200 billion if adopted by 2040.
About the roadmap
Together with i3P, we led the development of a roadmap for the implementation of automation in construction. This was a collaborative project which drew on expertise from clients, academia, industry, and government to create the roadmap.
Stakeholders shared in the development of the vision and explored how challenges in technology, standards, legal and commercial constraints can be overcome.
Introducing CAP into the construction industry will bring about significant positive disruption across all aspects of the industry, with estimations that CAP technologies could deliver a 20-25% improvement to construction productivity.
CAP Roadmap Report – sets out the roadmap and the stakeholder consultation
Interactive CAP Roadmap – SharpCloud interactive roadmap that will grow and develop over time
CAP launch webinar – recording of the live webinar held on 12 June, featuring i3P chair and HS2 CEO, Mark Thurston; TRL CEO Paul Campion and National Highways Commercial & Procurement Executive Director, Malcolm Dare. Access the webinar recording on Vimeo.
Delivering digital infrastructure – making it happen – this document outlines the design of a connected and autonomous site that will improve safety and transform productivity in delivery.
This roadmap has been developed as a living document which evolves alongside the industry as it develops and adopts CAP throughout its activities. National Highways and i3P welcome any feedback you may have on the roadmap content or on activities you may be undertaking which contribute to the implementation of particular workstreams. To provide feedback please email CAP@highwaysengland.co.uk.