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
The premise of a digital twin has become confused in an engineering and construction world with several levels of analysis and approval. How best does a fully digital representation of what will be a physical building or infrastructure asset illuminate its construction process? Is it really as easy as seeing how an exhaust port that goes right to a vessel's main reactor might be a problem?
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.
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.
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.
From the perspective of several suppliers and subcontractors involved in IPD projects, attendees will learn best practices to implement on IPD projects, plus concepts or technologies you can use to boost teamwork and efficiency within any project delivery method—and, what firms can do to mitigate risk when there's a teamwork crisis.
To deal with an accelerated pace of change, can engineering and construction firms adapt and be agile successful businesses if they continue to run their businesses using a patchwork of non-integrated business systems? During this webinar, we’ll discuss the impending challenges facing the industry and how integrated software is now a must.
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.
In August, Procore acquired Honest Buildings to double down on our commitment to build purpose-built technology for owners. During this webinar, we’ll hear about the vision for the future of software solutions for owners, and learn the benefits owners can gain through managing projects and capital through a connected ecosystem of technology used by all stakeholders.
Today’s design and engineering world rely on multiple applications for building design and analysis to optimize energy efficiency, structural integrity, and mechanical system sizing. This leads to disparate systems not linked together. Attendees will learn how Bentley’s Open technology brings together all of these applications to maximize project efficiencies and drive better results.
Data collection on the job site is crucial to construction project success. We'll discuss not only how to implement simple and reliable documentation practices to manage risks, but also how collecting the right data can help businesses save thousands in construction claims. They will also discuss how software tools can make data collection more efficient and transparent.
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.
Florida Dept. of Transportation investigators are assessing damage to the Pensacola Bay Bridge, which sustained multiple impacts from two construction barges unmoored by Hurricane Sally’s storm-driven waves on Sept. 15.