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
Seeing the potential for malicious actors to attack vulnerable elevator control systems linked to the internet, an industry group of elevator manufacturers has proposed a set of cybersecurity guidelines.
Repetitive overhead tasks are rough on the back and shoulders and can result in stress injuries over time. While some companies have exoskeletons designed to improve lifting, Levitate’s Airframe exoskeleton is designed for overhead work.
The majority of construction projects finish late and over budget. Can drones help project managers and site superintendents keep projects on schedule? You'll learn how the latest drone hardware and software can be used to survey sites, monitor progress, manage subcontractors and streamline communications—ultimately keeping projects running on budget and schedule.
In part two of this Revu Tips and Tricks series, users will discover insider information on some of the more advanced features in Revu, such as how to optimize Layers for markup management and use Scripts to automate functions and Batch Process multiple files. Participants will leave with a set of coveted time-saving and customization tips that are guaranteed to improve your workflows.
Find out exactly how a platform will help you run your company, learn how the technology works, and see what the future of construction looks like when you can connect all your people, devices, and software. Viewers will gain insight into the benefits of a platform approach, how to remove friction on your projects, and the value of having all your data in one place.
CII is leading a multi-million-dollar research effort supported by private firms and like-minded associations to determine how we can create a new operating system for our industry. You'll learn how this new system could achieve break-through improvements, as well as the paradigm shift in how projects are financed, designed and constructed could unfold while embracing an accelerated leveraging of technology.
Mobile technology and cloud services are improving productivity on job sites by sharpening the tools managers use to understand the financial impacts of decisions and changes. Join us for this webinar to hear from project managers in the field who will tell us how they are using cloud services and mobile technologies today to reach better outcomes, control costs and stay on—or even ahead—of schedule.
Starting a drone program from scratch is not without its challenges. Get tips from the drone experts leading the charge to bring drones to the job site during this webinar. You'll also hear from the UAV specialists at Katerra as they share their experience implementing drones within the company and building a scalable drone operation to manage pilots across nine states.
Connect, Content-Enabled, Constructible... The Three C’s of the future; Construction 4.0
More has changed in the construction industry in the last three years than the prior 20. Is your organization ready? Join us as we explore Construction 4.0 – the reality of connecting the owner and contractor, the field to the office, and the physical aspects of a project to the digital side of the project.
Today’s leading design project managers, engineering managers, and BIM managers are leveraging a wide array of new digital strategies to more easily deliver projects on time, in budget, and according to specifications. A panel of practicing experts will discuss key digital strategies that helped them stay on schedule, avoid risk and rework, and drive better project outcomes.
This webinar will address how forecasters see construction markets developing in 2019, asking two top forecasters to share their views on the market prospects for the industry, both nationally and regionally. We'll then add another layer by asking a leading industry technology strategist about how they envision the year from a construction technology perspective.
Investing in the right software infrastructure model to improve workflows, outdated processes and reporting can pay huge dividends. But what’s the best software platform model for ensuring that estimating, operations and accounting/ERP systems work together? This roundtable will debate prevailing approaches, including accounting-led back office vs. integrated field-centric models, and more.