While relationships are the backbone of the construction industry, how we communicate is necessarily changing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please help construction technology providers give you want you need, by telling us what that is even as it changes, seemingly, every day.
The moves pull closer into the Autodesk orbit technologies and services that support the conversion of the ideas defined by Autodesk’s design products—the company’s traditional core offerings—into the processes and outcome of construction.
Many construction projects go over budget and off schedule because their office and field teams are looking at different data. But when contractors run their business applications in a connected cloud, they can easily share data. Three contractors will share how connected cloud technology is helping them make better business decisions that are leading to more profitable operations and growth.
To deal with an accelerated pace of change, can engineering and construction firms adapt and be agile successful businesses if they continue to run their businesses using a patchwork of non-integrated business systems? During this webinar, we’ll discuss the impending challenges facing the industry and how integrated software is now a must.
In August, Procore acquired Honest Buildings to double down on our commitment to build purpose-built technology for owners. During this webinar, we’ll hear about the vision for the future of software solutions for owners, and learn the benefits owners can gain through managing projects and capital through a connected ecosystem of technology used by all stakeholders.
This webinar will provide an overview of how data organization can solve some of today’s biggest challenges in the construction industry. Data can boost productivity, collaboration and reduce rework. Companies who have successfully built a data-centric foundation will discuss how to improve data collection and analysis for the best outcomes.
Robots already are joining construction crews to protect their human counterparts from dangerous work or from the monotonous repetitive tasks that are hard on the human body. The COVID-19 crisis has shown additional potential needs for keeping human workers out of close contact with one another, Panelists with field experience will discuss what it’s like working along with robots, and what’s coming in the future.
Rumor is that owners typically have a 10,000-foot view of their capital projects, seeing things only at a high level with minimal detail. But with advancements in today’s cloud-based capital project software, the view from above is giving owners more control than ever before. We’ll discuss how cloud technology has sharpened the owner’s view of the entire project life cycle, yielding better project outcomes for all.
Like every profession, the construction industry was upended by the COVID-19 pandemic, and practices of temperature monitoring, PPE usage and social distancing were adopted as some work continued. We'll discuss how construction estimates can be built to account for changes in labor and equipment due to COVID-19 and what impacts the use of social distancing could have on construction project timeline.
ENR FutureTech is for business and IT leaders in architecture, engineering and construction to explore emerging technologies that can enhance construction productivity, profits and safety. Through a series of thought-provoking and interactive sessions and intimate networking you will take away the latest knowledge of what technologies work best, what doesn't and what's coming next for the future of the industry.