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
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.
Some design and engineering firms that have shifted to cloud-based IT infrastructure are finding they can maintain their workloads even as many employees are forced out of their offices due to the pandemic.
Looking at the offerings from equipment manufacturers on display at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG show, held in Las Vegas on March 10-13, it would be easy to assume it was all about the bigger and stronger machines.
Construction management software provider Procore is moving ahead with its long-discussed plans for an initial public offering of its common stock, filing an S-1 form with the Securities & Exchange Commission on Feb. 28.
Martina McIsaac, formerly head of Hilti Canada, takes the reins of Hilti North America at a time when the company is pursuing a broad strategy of expanding its digital products and the connectivity of its tools.
Citing a growing and increasingly crowded field of grade-control systems and site layout technology, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers announced on Feb. 18 that it is working with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) on a common standard for grade-control data sharing.
The process of modeling even simple bridges can become tedious and error prone after engineers complete several design and analysis iterations. Engineers and drafters are faced with analysis coordination, complex diaphragm placements, reinforcement detailing, and clash detection. Join our webinar to learn how 3D modeling of common bridges can help you unlock greater project design efficiencies on your next project.
Succeeding with Lean Construction’s systematic approach to reducing waste, rework and delay requires the implementation of a set of inter-related production management policies. Getting the right technology is key, but without implementing the right policies, the hoped for results won’t be achieved. In the webinar, the experts who understand Lean Construction will share their tips for setting it up and doing it right.
Broadcasted LIVE from AEC BuildTech 2019 | Technology is driving rapid change across the project and asset lifecycle and organizations like yours are looking to leverage this technology to change the way you work. Learn how Oracle Construction and Engineering is transforming the way organizations are experimenting, learning and staying on the cutting edge of digital transformation.
Broadcasting LIVE from AEC BuildTech 2019 | Today, 3D models aren't just nice to have — they are often project requirements. In this presentation, you’ll learn best practices for using your 3D model in multiple mixed reality environments and workflows—from the office to field and back again.
Discover your firm’s super power — the power to quickly create 3D experiences in real-time from your design files for VR/AR devices, using tools you probably already have, or can easily acquire. We'll talk to field supervisors putting VR and AR to work to enhance project understanding, and business strategists with their eyes on advanced visualizations that will impact their company’s future.
Construction-specific solutions improve planning accuracy, expose inefficiencies through visualization of problem areas, & provide documentation to support or justify change order requests and construction claims. Learn how CMiC’s Mobile Crew Time (MCT), a mobile time tracking solution with automated time-in/time-out data capture capabilities and RFID technology enabled features, can help!
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.
Streaming LIVE from FutureTech 2019 | People are eager to see what data-digesting algorithms can find to analyze in order to make predictions and improve business practices. What will predictive analytics mean for the future of construction planning and execution? Our panel from firms in design, contracting and risk management will explore the answers.
Your world is changing. Projects are becoming more complex, new paradigms of work are emerging, and expectations are higher than ever to deliver top-quality projects ahead of schedule and under budget. ENR will talk with a panel of practicing design project leaders about new industry challenges and the solutions that they leveraged to remain competitive and drive better project outcomes.