Jan. 31 is the last day to submit proposals to present at ENR’s annual FutureTech conference in June. After the submissions period ends the conference planning team will analyze the proposals for the emerging trends shaping the construction world in the years to come.
In today’s world of readily available aerial imagery from satellites and drones, the future of high-resolution aerial imagery taken from manned, fixed-wing aircraft might be questioned, but consumers of all three types of images say there is still a big role for manned-aircraft imaging services.
A three-day conference providing demonstrations, presentations and networking by firms inventing, piloting and implementing technologies to address construction’s future left attendees bullish on tech prospects for the construction industry and heading home with ideas to deploy.
Beachwood, Ohio-based Tremco Roofing and Building Maintenance teamed up with Toronto-based Industrial SkyWorks, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and data solutions company that received the first-ever approval for nighttime flights in the U.S.—moving the construction industry to the forefront of the UAV field.
Field tests of a high-speed video system that reveals distortion by exaggerating tiny deflections show promise as the basis for a new, flexible and relatively inexpensive structural health analysis tool.
Streaming LIVE from FutureTech 2019 | The ingenuity to architect unique workflows flowing data from solution to solution and from competitor to competitor prove to be a massive differentiator. We will discuss how the tools you use on a daily basis can work together, to make your lives easier and increase your team’s operational efficiency leading to improved profitability and success.
As the death toll from the record-setting hurricane mounts in the Bahamas and damage estimates there and in the U.S. head into the billions, industry experts see increasing pressure to address infrastructure resilience.