Building the Future: Overcoming Three Main Digitalization Challenges in the Construction Industry


The construction industry has always been associated with physical labor and hard hats, but it has undergone a significant transformation with digitalization in recent years. While the benefits of digitalization in the construction industry are immense, such as increased efficiency, reduced costs, and improved safety, significant challenges still need to be addressed. This article will discuss the critical challenges of digitalization in the construction industry and how to overcome them. 


Challenge #1: Resistance to Change 

The construction industry is known for its traditional practices, and introducing new technology can be met with resistance from stakeholders. Workers may hesitate to adopt new tools and processes, and management may be reluctant to invest in unfamiliar technology. 

Solution: Education and Training 

To overcome resistance to change, educating and training workers and management on the benefits of digitalization is essential. By highlighting how digitalization can improve their work and make it easier, workers are more likely to embrace new technology. In addition, investing in comprehensive training and education programs can help ensure successful adoption. 


Challenge #2: Integration and Interoperability 

Construction projects involve numerous stakeholders using different software and systems, including contractors, architects, engineers, and suppliers. This can lead to inefficiencies and communication breakdowns. 

Solution: Standardization and Collaboration 

Standardization of software and systems is crucial to overcome integration and interoperability challenges. Adopting a common platform for all stakeholders can improve communication and coordination. Collaboration tools like Rhyton EPC management can facilitate communication and collaboration across all stakeholders. 


 Challenge #3: Cybersecurity 

The construction industry has been a target of cyberattacks in recent years, and data breaches can have significant consequences, including financial losses, damage to reputation, and project delays. 

Solution: Robust Cybersecurity 

Robust cybersecurity measures must be implemented, such as firewalls, encryption, and access controls. In addition, regular training and awareness programs for workers can also help prevent cyberattacks. 


In conclusion, digitalization in the construction industry is essential for improving efficiency, reducing costs, and improving safety. However, the digitalization team must address challenges such as resistance to change, integration, interoperability, and cybersecurity. By investing in education and training, standardization and collaboration, and robust cybersecurity measures, the construction industry can overcome these challenges and embrace the benefits of digitalization. With the Rhyton EPC Management system and Rhyton EDMS (PINOR), we provide the necessary tools and solutions to streamline digitalization in the construction industry. 

Rhyton Solutions GmbH will present VEUNEX (formerly intelligent EHS) at ADIPEC 2022

Following the successful growth of one of our startups, we are proud to witness the blazing glow of part of our team, now a fully grown-up independent company in the oil and gas industry. With our focus on our intelligent EHS solution, we would be happy to welcome you as VEUNEX at ADIPEC 2022.

The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) will take place from 31 October to 3 November 2022 in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Hosted by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) is the world’s foremost meeting place for Oil, gas, and Energy companies to engage and identify opportunities to unlock new value in an evolving energy landscape.

Visit us at Hall 13, German Pavilion, Stand 13777.

We hope to see you soon and discuss the transformation potential of your workplace to an intelligent safe environment.

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Navigating the Digital Seas: Challenges in Selecting an Engineering Document Management System

In today’s digital age, Engineering companies realize the importance of implementing an efficient and effective Engineering Document Management System (EDMS). An EDMS streamlines document processes, centralizes information, and provides easy access to critical information essential in large and complex engineering projects.  

However, selecting the right EDMS can be challenging, requiring carefully evaluating various factors. In this article, we will discuss the challenges faced by Engineering companies in selecting an EDMS and how Rhyton Solutions can help overcome them. 

One of the significant challenges in selecting an EDMS is the need for a system that can handle complex engineering data. Engineering projects generate many documents with various file formats, revisions, and approvals. As a result, it is crucial to select an EDMS that can manage complex data hierarchies and support multiple file formats. Rhyton EDMS (PINOR) provides dynamic document hierarchies and supports various file formats, making it a suitable solution for Engineering companies. 

Another challenge is ensuring the EDMS integrates with the company’s existing tools and systems. Engineering companies use various tools and software, and selecting an EDMS that can integrate with these tools seamlessly is crucial. Rhyton EDMS (PINOR)  provides integrations with different software, including Spreadsheets, CAD designs, and ERP systems, ensuring a smooth workflow for Engineering companies. 

The selection of an EDMS also requires consideration of security and compliance requirements. Engineering companies handle sensitive data that must be kept secure and compliant with various regulations. Rhyton EDMS (PINOR)  provides robust security features, including role-based access control and encryption, ensuring data protection and compliance with industry standards. 

Additionally, user adoption is a significant challenge in selecting an EDMS. An EDMS can only be effective if all relevant parties use it. Rhyton EDMS (PINOR) provides: 

  • An intuitive interface. 
  • Making it easy for users to adapt and use. 
  • Ultimately increasing efficiency and productivity. 

In conclusion, selecting the right EDMS for an Engineering company can be challenging. However, an Engineering company can make an informed decision by considering factors such as complex data management, integrations, security, compliance, and user adoption. Rhyton EDMS (PINOR) provides a comprehensive solution that addresses these challenges and provides a seamless workflow for Engineering companies. Request a personalized demo to learn how Rhyton EDMS (PINOR) can streamline your Engineering document management processes. 

Rhyton Solutions GmbH in a joint-venture with Apomorphy

Rhyton Solutions GmbH, a Germany-based, innovative-driven company focused on developing innovative and affordable software solutions in a joint-venture with Apomorphy, a Turkey-based company, today announced the official launch of the Istanbul House of Innovation and Technology (IHIT)in Istanbul, Turkey, to enable SMEs and high-tech startups to accelerate the development of highly differentiated, cutting-edge Software, IoT, Telecom, and Green Energy innovations.
“Over three years ago, we started the IHIT journey by following the innovation and have grown to be a global hub with capabilities across the full value chain. We support entrepreneurs and teams with a similar purpose and vision of delivering innovation that will benefit all parties. We expect the center will also contribute to our innovation pipeline,” remarked Masoud Hassani, Co-Founder, Chairman, and COO of Rhyton Solutions.

Innovator-Centric hub to Accelerate Growth and Possibilities
The IHIT is located in the Lotus Nishantashi, Istanbul, a prestigious location with excellent accessibility to the business areas of Istanbul, and will feature comprehensive research and marketing infrastructure and a professional management team. The IHIT will be equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and extensive research capabilities that enable teams and entrepreneurs to get their ideas off the ground. In addition, they at the IHIT will have potential access to support from Rhyton and Apomorphy on full industry value chain integration.

Rhyton Solutions GmbH will present AI solutions for the oil and gas industry at the ADIPEC 2021

Rhyton Solutions GmbH will present AI solutions for the oil and gas industry at the ADIPEC 2021, the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference, which will take place from 15 to 18 November 2021.
Hosted by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) is the world’s foremost meeting place. Oil, gas, and energy companies convene to engage and identify opportunities to unlock new value in an evolving energy landscape.
The exhibition provides opportunities for buyers and sellers to meet, learn, network, and discover new products, solutions, and technologies from over 2,000 exhibiting companies, which includes over 51 NOCs, IOCs, and IECs as well as 26 international country pavilions, providing a world-class environment for trade across the industry’s whole value chain.
We at German Pavilion will be presenting the most innovative AI products, and our team will be there to talk about the latest developments and technologies in expansion joints.
Visit us at Hall 8, German Pavilion, Stand 8756.
We are looking forward to meeting you there!
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Istanbul 2020 Partner Connection Event

Rhyton is holding a B2B meeting in Elite Hotel Istanbul on January 23, 2020.
During this meeting, there are 14 of Rhyton’s partners seeking business potentials accompanying other attendees with about 50 Turkish firms that have been invited to this business event.
Rhyton and its team aim to explore mutual co-operation potentials and try to develop solutions to lead the possibilities of high competitive advantage to business bindings and remarkable commercial projects.

During this meeting, there are 12 of Rhyton’s partners accompanying other attendees, seeking business potentials with about 50 Turkish firms that have been invited to this business event.