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Downtime is costly. Tool are becoming more and more specialized on jobsites. Different metrics pertain to maintenance, utilization rates, and equipment health. On February 24 at 10 am CT, join EquipmentShare and Trackunit as we dive into how these digital connectivity tools are used to improve the utilization rates of […]
Despite an overall downturn in construction activity, industry players are continuing to gear up their hiring of technology-focused professionals. As recent posts to the BuiltWorlds Job Board make clear, contractors are going beyond adding to BIM teams, as they add talent to their adoption ranks. One such company is Palmisano, a […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) has arrived to the construction industry. Concrete, machines, and more can have sensors to monitor performance relayed to an IoT platform. On February 18 at 10 am CT, join Amir Azhari, CCO of AOMS, and PCL’s Manager of Digital Construction as they reveal the future […]
As in other major events in human history, COVID will bifurcate timelines into pre and post. What does this mean for construction now and how should they adapt for the future? Join us on February 17 at 10 am CST when we explore how COVID-19 has influenced all aspects of […]
Since our inception, BuiltWorlds has always had at least one eye trained on the rapidly developing realm of Artificial Intelligence. Just last month, we hosted an analyst call examining BuiltWorlds’ member Thornton Tomasetti’s self-learning software that detects and classifies visible damage to various types of structures and materials. And last […]
The New Norm: How Field Operations and Software Companies are Joining Forces to Improve the Buildout Process
Construction software has evolved to bridge the gap between the field and the design office. What are the best practices in adopting and implementing this technology? Join us on February 11 am CST with Procore and Dana Erdman and Joe Koppers from Bully & Andrews as …