Where research intersects with construction equipment and materials, applications of machine learning and knowledge-based systems, robotics, 3D Printing, internet of things, wearable computing, applications of drones to construction, safety systems
In a project aimed at preventing wrong-way driving accidents, Arizona is installing the nation’s first thermal-camera-based, wrong-way-driver detection system along a 15-mile-long stretch of Interstate 17 in Phoenix.
A $429-million highway job in Ohio to bypass the southern city of Portsmouth and speed driving time between Cincinnati and Columbus by late 2018 is the state’s largest road project and its first as a public-private partnership.
The American Society of Civil Engineers Innovation Contest addresses the ASCE’s Grand Challenge, which tasks civil engineers to significantly enhance the performance and life-cycle value of infrastructure by 2025.
ENR will call on two top forecasters for this webinar, asking them to share their views on the market prospects for the industry, both nationally and regionally. We will then add another layer by asking a leading industry technology strategist about what those forecasts could mean to companies from a construction technology standpoint next year.
New technologies are being launched at an accelerating pace. Deciding when to be an early adopter and when to wait and see can be difficult for design and construction professionals. ENR will talk with experts responsible for exploring emerging technologies at major firms to help sort out the differences.
ENR will sit down with a panel of architects and engineers who are successfully using electronic information management systems to capture and leverage their legacy ideas—as well as their new ones—to keep them more successful into the future.
The rapid advancement of Virtual/Augmented Reality technology is no more relevant than in the AEC market. During this webinar, you will hear from early adopters of this technology to see how it is rapidly becoming a valuable assistant in their project controls workflow.
This webinar will discuss the advantages project visionaries have over those of the past because they can see and share, almost in real time, the kind of imagery that anchors design development into real landscapes from the start, and then can keep that pictorial vision evolving as the plans and work progress.
With increasing interoperability between software and systems and the growing capabilities of Cloud-hosted and delivered services, the ideal of fully integrated operations finally may be in reach. In this webinar ENR will sit down with technology leaders from three construction firms pushing hard for the goal to find out how far they have come and what they see ahead.
During this webinar, attendees will learn how to keep rogue drones out of your business and scale your program across a construction enterprise. Hear from industry experts on lessons learned from the job site and insider tips on building a professional drone program.
This webinar will take a transparent look at the use of Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC's, laser scanning implementation as well as merging it with other reality capture technology, and is geared toward those using laser scanning along with anyone considering other forms of reality capture technology.
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During this webinar, our expert speakers Chris Mayer, Mark Dinius, and Hitesh Dewan will discuss how advanced visualization can be beneficial throughout the entire life cycle of a construction project, and how such tools can be used as part of regular workflow.
Innovative construction management software systems can provide a foundation for supportive networks and idea exchanges. During this webinar, ENR will convene a panel of design and construction company information systems managers to hear about how they are using such systems to help their firms make creativity bloom.