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 the latest consolidation move in the tightening construction software market, wetlands documentation app company Ecobot announced it has acquired software maker WetForm, one of its main competitors.
As demands for better site documentation drive investments in reality capture, construction technology start-up StructionSite has announced a new partnership with real estate developer and general contractor Ryan Cos.
With a focus on productivity and encouragement of social distancing on construction sites, tool manufacturer Hilti has announced a raft of new products, including the EXO-O1, a wearable mechanical exoskeleton.
25 British architecture firms have written a letter to Autodesk asking for more development of its Revit design software platform, citing license costs that have increased 70% over the last five years.
Technology that gives managers better visibility about what’s happening on the job site in near real-time, gives them tools to spot and mitigate inefficiencies and risks before they become disruptions or expensive calamities. Project tech specialists will share how technology is helping to improve management’s ability to see what’s going on, while there’s still time for corrections to enhance production, profits, and safety.
When CMiC released CMiC Field several years ago, JE Dunn was one of the first customers to offer their assistance to refine its feature set. We'll focus on their rollout of CMiC’s Mobile Field application, including a live demo of CMiC's Drawing Management and QA/QC capabilities — as well as lessons learned from deploying a suite of mobile applications to over 1,500 field employees across 22 regional offices.
No matter how well-managed the project is inside the gate, the public space outside marks a dangerous frontier of risks and liability through which workers, materials and equipment constantly pass. During this webinar, we will talk with site safety managers about how they manage the risk, and what technologies are available to help.
As the number of tech solutions grow, the C-Suite must look at both the benefits that new tech might bring to a single project, and also at how the tool integrates with other technologies to increase value and reduce risk. We'll discuss how accurately defining, predicting and measuring the cost/benefits of tech initiatives across complex organizations is a key to controlling costs and ensuring the success of innovation.
Succession planning is a great start, but how do you ‘live it’ every day? Developing leaders in any organization need to see a shared vision, employee support, well-resourced training and strong commitment to technology. Panelists will provide insights on how best-in-class employers are making future workforce planning part of every day’s to-do list!
Contractor prequalification practices are evolving with more assessment being performed using software and new platforms to collect and analyze information. ENR will explore with veterans from different sides of the process what traditional prequalification is supposed to accomplish and how the reliance on digital systems affect the analysis of a prospect’s financials, performance history and safety records.
Bridgit Bench takes pride in simplifying your resource management with actionable insight into project and workforce allocations as the #1 ranked construction solution for workforce planning. Join us for a demo and see how operation teams across the country are optimizing their workforce management and the insight Bridgit Bench is providing them to do so.
We've designed Revu 2019 to be our fastest, most efficient version yet, with improved speed, enhanced takeoff functionality and a new tool to help you quickly roll out Revu across your organization. We'll take a deep dive into Revu 2019 and explore new features and tools that reduce errors and rework, deliver consistently smooth performance and provide new ways to standardize Revu across teams.
As organizations introduce new technologies, new standard processes, or organizational and cultural changes, it’s important to understand how these changes will impact employees. Utilizing change management and adoption strategies will help ease turmoil when change arrives. This panel discussion includes leaders who have spearheaded or been involved with major organizational changes.
Knowing your project status at all times and being able to say with confidence what has been finished, what's next and how you are progressing on the plan is a sure fire way to improve your business. Learn how recent advances in reality capture are being put to work on jobsites to nail down progress and improve company reputations for being on top of things, all the time.
A panel of industry judges reviewed a record number of entries to select 30 winning projects located in 21 countries on six continents. Colón, Panama’s urban renewal, providing modernized, safe and livable infrastructure for the country’s second-largest city, was chosen as ENR’s Global Project of the Year.