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Road Trip Canada

From Toronto, to Quebec to Vancouver, Canada boasts an impressive array of industry players and start ups. One key point of difference with their neighbors to the South is that Canadians have established a significant track record of success in public private partnerships and also have found ways to encourage the development and adoption of emerging technologies in conjunction with those public-private initiatives.

 

2020 Global Summit: Canadian Delegation

Dale Beard, Intelliwave Technologies

Paula Dobrowolska, EllisDon

Lauren Lake, Bridgit

Sean Reid, Arrowhead Coaching and Facilitation Services

Road Trip Canada: Coverage of Innovation and Innovators in and from Canada.

From our Directory:  Featured Leading Canadian Companies. (Find More in the Network Directory.)

Canada: Watch Some of the BuiltWorlds Sessions Featuring Leaders from Canada's Innovation Ecosystem.

Utilizing AI and Data Analytics to Modernize the Built World

Reconstruct’s technology development has optimized documentation, progress tracking, and quality control efficiency across corporate & commercial development, infrastructure/heavy civil, and general contracting. The implications of this unique technology are endless and will help the built world move past its’ outdated ideologies.

How Predicitve Analytics is Reducing Uncertainty to Close the Talent Gap

On the management side of construction technology, Jacobs Engineering is developing and utilizing predictive analytics and machine learning to assess risk, reduce uncertainty, and close the talent gap from labor shortages.

Utilizing Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics to Modernize the Built World

The business & project management sector is utilizing advancements in the field of artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to modernize and streamline all aspects of the construction process. As a result, time and money—two of the most valuable assets in the industry—are being saved drastically. 

Joe Beck Presentation – June Venture Call – SPACs and Later Stage Built Tech Deals

Joe Beck’s presentation from our June Venture Call focused on SPACs & later stage investments in Built Industry Tech.

Brad Molotsky Presentation – June Venture Call – SPACs and Later Stage Built Tech Deals

Brad Molotsky’s presentation from our June Venture Call focused on SPACs & later stage investments in Built Industry Tech.

Full Recording – June Venture Call – SPACs and Later Stage Built Tech Deals

SPACs have quickly emerged as one of the new favorite ways to take a company public. In addition, talk of new Infrastructure work and the emerging technologies that accompany it has been a hot topic lately, coinciding with the proposed $2 Trillion American Jobs Plan.  As construction technology continues to grow, and as the early players begin to mature many are eyeing later stage and public exits, with SPACs becoming an increasingly attractive option. This call features perspectives from professionals involved in later stage Built Tech exit opportunities, specifically focused around SPACs.

Buildings ’21 Conference: Integrating the Supply Chain in Planning

We invite you to an engaging discussion to interactively discover successful strategies that can lead to the digital transformation of construction in the built environment, and the integration of digital inputs and management controls for the supply chain to impact planning and delivery.

Touchless Secure Access and Virtual Queueing Systems

Touchless technology is now synonymous with hygiene & health. Good2Go’s advanced no-touch access platform helps everyone feel more confident returning to businesses & buildings through smart access, real-time digital credentials, and virtual queueing.

Healthy Buildings Starts With Reevaluating Building Operations

Building Operators hold a key to achieving healthy buildings. But it requires us to rethink how buildings are funded, operated, and maintained.

Returning to “Healthy” Buildings

In this session, we take a look at how tenant health concerns are continuing to be addressed as we move into the post-pandemic phase of building operations and maintenance.

Ontario Pan Am Games

By BuiltWorlds | June 22, 2018

In the summer of 2015, tens of thousands of fans flocked to Hamilton, Ontario for the Pan Am Games to support soccer teams from 12 countries. The city sought to leverage their existing traffic management cameras across multiple departments.

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