As infrastructure engineering and project delivery become more complex, the need to adopt new methods become more urgent. We'll discuss how technology can help engineering teams overcome Digital Twin implementation challenges, by adopting a progressive Virtual Twin approach delivering significant efficiency while minimizing adoption challenges.
Keeping the project on track is critical. So when you need to fly a drone to examine a structure or capture progress photos, don’t let airspace regulations and complexities stall you out. In this webinar, we’ll talk about the most common FAA waivers and authorizations, why you need them, and how to navigate the regulatory process.
New requirements from owners for more detailed estimates and the tighter profit margins of the COVID era have contractors looking for an edge. More consistent estimating, better preconstruction planning and applying lessons learned from past downturns will all be needed to get through the next few years. We'll talk with those who are finding better ways to bid.
Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems solve many challenges in commercial construction and facility management, while helping buildings become more sustainable & energy efficient. We'll dispel misconceptions of VRF technology as “expensive” and explain how building owners can realize financial savings and competitive advantages throughout the system’s life cycle.
Constructible BrIM models and digital as-builts are already widely used in Europe and needn’t be a pipeline dream in the US. Early collaboration and today's tech will allow constructible design and connect all disciplines, creating a seamless digital flow of information throughout the bridge project, giving bridge designers, contractors and DOTs the edge.
What can contractors do today to prepare for tomorrow? The economic impact of COVID-19 has caused contractors of all sizes to reexamine business practices and invest in everything from accounting overhauls to cloud-based collaboration. But where do we go from here? This webinar will consider what strategies contractors are using to plan ahead in this unusual time.
In this webinar, we’ll cover exactly what it is that makes Revu so powerful and provide an overview of many of the ways your business can leverage that power. More than just a Revu tutorial, we will look at the ways you can use software with your team to work smarter, save time, and most importantly, immediately reduce costs.
Automation is critical for improved safety, increased efficiency, and easing the challenges caused by a global workforce shortage.
We'll discuss the different stages of autonomy, where the industry is now & the future of an autonomous construction site. Learn how new hardware and software solutions make it easier to enable connected workflows and manage projects remotely, with capabilities that include the wireless transfer of 3D designs and dashboards that show real-time job progress.
The construction industry is changing how it tracks project progress, budgets, & schedules using new tech that promises to enable near real-time information from the field. We'll talk to those working & evaluating new reality-capture and scheduling technologies, and whether it is time to move away from long-established practices on tracking project progress and finances.
In heavy construction, the synergy between people, technology and process can determine whether an equipment maintenance program will flourish – or fizzle. We'll discuss how best to achieve buy-in from all levels of the organization, while tracking the most important KPIs – taking equipment uptime to 95% or better through a holistic, proactive approach.