After five years of PhD research and two years of software development, a start-up enterprise that applies parallel computing and artificial intelligence to construction planning and scheduling is ready to go to work.
Using artificial intelligence to scan construction-site photos and video to spot issues that can affect performance, quality and safety, a tech startup has landed a strategic investor with millions of such images that can be used to improve the technology.
A “shark tank” panel of private equity investors at the American Society of Civil Engineers innovation awards celebration in June shed light on how they evaluate prospects, what red flags they look for and how innovation is likely to advance in an industry whose customers are dominated by public sector owners predisposed to “say no.”
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.
During this webinar, attendees will compare how new experts using IoT are providing live, streaming data to quickly improve workflow, and discover new ways to tap into efficient data exchange from job site to job office, anywhere in the world.
This webinar will provide both objective measures that contractors can use to measure IT efficiency and effectiveness as well as guidance as to how those metrics are impacted by other strategic and tactical decisions.
In this webinar, discover how that 15% wait time can be significantly reduced with construction technology that focuses on efficiency gains and higher labor productivity made possible with automation of people, process, and technology.
During this webinar, we will hear from veterans who have steered their companies through the transition to paper-less systems, as well as gain insights from their guidance and the metrics of their results.
File sharing services are fast and easy to use, but they also are sacrificing the ability to maintain version control or ensure data security. During this webinar, we will ask a panel of construction industry technology officers how big the problem really is, and how they have managed to control rogue file sharing and bring their houses to order.
During this webinar, we will be reviewing the empirical results of the IT Cost and Benchmarking study along with real-world case studies to support the findings and provide better interpretation. This session will discuss the initial findings from the first two webinars, largely around demographics of respondents and baseline IT costs.
The Era of Connection is here. Are you ready? We will discuss how the Future of Making things is bringing radical changes in the way things are designed, made and used, as well as the right tools and knowledge you'll need to take advantage of this opportunity.
This webinar is bringing industry leaders together to discuss the unique challenges of Heavy Civil Construction. Hear how mobile technology is digitizing construction field operations (going paperless) and empowering the field with real-time data capture and access.
You are cordially invited to an Executive Briefing, which will be broadcast LIVE online from the physical event in Arlington, Virginia! During this briefing, attendees will hear why and how The Ohio State University and Carolinas HealthCare System use and require Building Information Modeling (BIM) project deliverables.