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
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.
Construxiv Technologies announced on June 18 that it has acquired Grit Virtual, a construction scheduling and management software that allows for detailed activity planning by general contractors and subcontractors.
Join us for this webinar as Steve Jones, Senior Director at Dodge Data & Analytics presents key discoveries from a new SmartMarket report that reveals current methods of gathering and analyzing data, as well as the potential for leveraging technology to further improve project performance, profitability and competitiveness.
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.
Even with a poor track record for on-time, on-budget completion, cost estimating and project planning for CAPEX projects over the last half century has remained virtually unchanged. But thanks to the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), those processes are undergoing a transformation. During this webinar, you’ll learn how AI is now being used to proactively guide and validate the entire project planning process.
Accurate quantity takeoffs are essential for building strong bids and reducing costly errors. Discover how Revu can help you perform faster, more accurate takeoffs and build your best bid. Designed for both current and new users of Revu, we'll feature live, on-screen demonstrations and workflow tutorials. Be prepared to learn some powerful new tips and tools you can use to create a stronger bid.
Learn how to make the most of your Deltek Vision or Vantagepoint ERP! If you are looking to improve cash flow by utilizing Electronic Invoicing, or want to integrate data into your Deltek system for your field teams, you'll want to view this webinar. This quick, information-packed session will help you find ways to be more effective and potentially improve your organization’s workflow and cash flow.
From painting to welding, from operating virtual dozers to standing on virtual scaffolds, the construction unions are increasingly adopting VR tools to help train a new workforce. During this webinar, representatives from various trades will discuss the progress they have made using virtual reality training tools, including lessons learned and what they hope to see in the future.
Case Study: Learn how DocuSign and Procore developed the Best Tech for Construction Execs
Going digital makes your construction business and contract approval process go faster. In this webinar, we’ll share how Procore and DocuSign are helping thousands of construction firms digitize their workflows helping keep their projects on time and on budget. We'll demonstrate how using DocuSign and Procore helps them deliver more agreeable construction projects.
Scope, budget, and schedule: three variables highly sensitive to design changes, measurement mistakes, or miscommunication. But you can improve the accuracy and consistency of measurements, and you can keep stakeholders informed. Layton Construction shares how they use drone technology and other innovations to drive safety, accuracy, and visibility to all stakeholders throughout the construction lifecycle.
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.
COVID-19 prevented this year’s group of national Top 20 Under 40 winners from meeting in person to share ideas for tackling key construction challenges, but the virtual voices of these visionaries came through loud and clear.