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
Hawaiian Dredging has used manual processes to track the productivity of the cranes on its jobsites in the past, but a deployment of Versatile's CraneView sensor package is automating some of that tedious and difficult work.
Ready-mix concrete producers have long resisted adopting digitized delivery and verification processes, mostly due to regional producers coping with different rules and varying customer demands across so many jurisdictions.
This webinar will provide an overview of how data organization can solve some of today’s biggest challenges in the construction industry. Data can boost productivity, collaboration and reduce rework. Companies who have successfully built a data-centric foundation will discuss how to improve data collection and analysis for the best outcomes.
Buildings account for nearly 40 percent of annual global CO2 emissions due in part to the use of Fossil fuels. Strategic Electrification is an alternate approach that uses electric-powered technologies to increase energy efficiency, leading to cost optimization, and reduced pollution. During this webinar, you'll hear from industry professionals whom have been successful in implementing energy-efficient systems.
With over five years of experience as a UAV pilot, P Agnes Construction Project Manager Ian Larson shares insights and practical examples about using drones for take-offs, the bidding process, site documentation, subcontractor tracking and client communication in both horizontal site and vertical building methods. Join us for this informative webinar.
Companies early in the process of creating a drone program have a lot of questions and concerns from different business groups. Discover how Moss & Associates, a national construction management company, effectively collaborated between their employees, executives, and other business groups to develop the company’s first drone program.
Get the power of BIM out of the office and job trailer and into the hands of field workers where there’s tremendous untapped potential to harness the model to boost productivity, quality and safety. Using real-world project examples, the panelists will show you how they rolled out technology to craftworkers, fabricators and other field employees with streamlined training and maximum benefit.
In this webinar, Italo Cruz, Senior Construction Technology Specialist at CORE, will discuss how the company’s investments in drones and drone data transformed key construction workflows and helped the ENR 400 company enhance operational excellence. He will also discuss the metrics the firm uses to evaluate its technology investments and its future goals.
Planners are touting digital models as a way to test different scenarios in the virtual world. Some “digital twin” users want comprehensive virtual platforms that incorporate real-time data collected from major infrastructure systems within the real city, which then helps city agencies optimize those systems. We’ll discuss how digital twins can help infrastructure decision-makers optimize their assets.
Historically, the construction industry has been conservative when it comes to enterprise technology. However, with the fast pace industry disruption that digitalization will bring with technologies, the need for future-proof ERP has never been greater. We'll discuss how to move towards digitalization and how companies can drive true business value from their enterprise software.
Planners, designers and contractors need to start building tomorrow’s transportation infrastructure today. That means identifying the design implications of changes already happening or coming soon. How should planners, designers and policy makers account for all the changes, and what will it mean for contractors? During this webinar, we’ll talk with thought leaders in the transportation sector to find out.
More firms are hiring data scientists to work in-house with project engineers and construction managers, but others are exploring third-party consultants to pick through their data stores. During this webinar, we'll hear from experts in the industry on how best to approach the daunting data challenge for construction contractors, owners and aspiring professionals.