We had such great response to our smart buildings infographic that we wanted to do the same for project management. So here are 45 of the top companies and technologies paving our future in IoT and the connected jobsite, from drones to tools/equipment, to people/safety, materials, monitoring, and scanners.
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DroneDeploy is a cloud-based drone mapping software that enables its customers to collect and analyze aerial data using any type of drone.
Headquarters: San Francisco
Kespry is a provider of automated drone systems that allows companies to easily capture, view, analyze, and share aerial data.
Headquarters: Menlo Park, CA
Uplift’s drone pilot network and turnkey data service helps industry leaders capture and analyze aerial data to prevent rework, reduce waste, increase safety, and improve margins.
Previously known as Dronomy, SiteAware’s autonomous drones help construction companies build knowledge and obtain actionable data of their construction projects and job sites.
Headquarters: Tel Aviv, Israel
AeroVista is a UAV service company specializing in aerial media production services for construction mapping and BIM, infrastructure inspections, insurance assessments, and more. They also provide drone training.
Headquarters: Glenview, IL
6. Unearth Labs
Unearth’s collaboration software connects people, places, and plans (blueprints, specifications, spatial measures, and more) in real-time, allowing both the office and field to collaborate at the same time.
Hangar’s data acquisition platform helps firms integrate aerial data into their operations, without having to handle owning, acquiring, flying, or editing the data from drones.
Headquarters: Austin, TX
Tools and Equipment
8. 5D Robotics
5D Robotics’s hyper-positioning and autonomous navigation software can transform any existing vehicle into a smart and precise autonomous vehicle.
Headquarters: Carlsbad, CA
9. Apis Cor
Apis Cor builds complete buildings on-site within 24 hours using their proprietary construction 3D concrete printer.
Construction Robotics is a robotic and automation equipment manufacturer. Their first machine, SAM100, is a robotic bricklayer for on-site masonry construction.
Headquarters: Victor, NY
ShareMyToolbox is a mobile-first application that connects employees to a company’s tool catalog to give users access to tools and assets available in the warehouse or field.
Headquarters: Matthews, NC
FalconBrick is an end-to-end mobile solutions provider that allows users to accelerate projects and streamline their construction cycle by monitoring and managing projects from their smartphones.
Headquarters: Bangalore, India
13. Endless Robotics
Endless Robotics produces robots that can paint buildings and other finishing tasks.
Headquarters: Hyderabad, India
14. GPS Insight
GPS Insight provides GPS tracking for equipment, fleets of vehicles, and other mobile assets.
Headquarters: Scottsdale, AZ
15. Truck IT
Truck IT is a cloud-based application for the scheduling and payment of dump truck services. It allows users to access real-time information on dump truck availability in their market.
Headquarters: Atlanta, GA
16. Digital Fleet
Digital Fleet is a cloud-based, customizable telematics platform designed for GPS asset tracking, providing companies with real-time vehicle tracking solutions.
MX3D’s robotic 3D printing technology prints steel bridges and other metal or resin structures.
Formerly known as BuildSourced, Tenna’s software integrates with GPS asset tracking solutions to provide physical asset planning, including location tracking, usage and service history, maintenance schedules, and documentation.
Headquarters: Edison, NJ
Rhumbix uses crew telematics to capture real-time field data from workers’ smartphones in order to increase construction productivity and safety.
Headquarters: San Francisco
Triax Technologies’ spot-r is a wearable technology that provides real-time visibility into the worksite, resulting in faster response to injuries, improved safety performance, and increased productivity.
Headquarters: Norwalk, CT
GuardHat is an intelligent hard hat wearable that includes fall detection, remote guidance, moving object, and other safety features via their advanced proprietary software.
Headquarters: Birmingham, MI
DAQRI produces AR technology to be used on the jobsite, such as smart glasses, smart helmets, and other intelligent gear.
Headquarters: Los Angeles
busybusy allows users to track their team and equipment from a mobile device, and eliminates paper time cards, improves job costing, and simplifies the payroll process.
Headquarters: St. George, Utah
RealWear produces a voice-driven, hands-free, head-mounted solution to connect workers with PDF documents and maintenance and assembly manuals on the job.
Headquarters: Milpitas, CA
XOEye develops wearable computing technology that provides real-time visual and audible intelligence for the field service industries, as well as the back-end software that organizes and manages the data and content created.
Headquarters: Nashville, TN
Eyrus invisibly registers, records, and reports tradespeople entering and exiting the jobsite, providing positive worker identity verification via high-security entry structures on work sites. The technology also sends stakeholders real-time trade deployment data.
Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
Redpoint Positioning’s wearable technology alerts construction jobsite personnel when workers are entering pre-defined hazard zones.
Intelliwave Technologies (SiteSense) produces mobile-based software solutions for RFID and GPS identification and tracking of construction materials.
Headquarters: Leduc, Alberta, Canada
Jovix combines web-based server software with mobile and auto-ID technologies to collect, process, and present important information to prevent paper-based material readiness issues on the site.
Headquarters: Birmingham, AL
30. BellHawk Systems
BellHawk software uses mobile data collection, barcode scanning, and printing technologies to provide real-time inventory and operations tracking for existing ERP, CRM, and other backend software.
Headquarters: Millbury, MA
Ramp provides wireless RFID solutions for real-time tracking, locating, and management of assets, inventory, equipment, vehicles, and people.
Headquarters: Alexandria, New South Wales, Australia
Using barcode, RFID, and GPS technologies, Track’em provides material, quality, progress, and time control systems to track and optimize company resources.
Headquarters: Perth, WA
33. Concrete Sensors
Concrete Sensors’ — you guessed it — sensors are embedded in concrete prior to pouring and connect with a smartphone to report the concrete’s strength and drying time, preventing the need for removing material to test the concrete.
Environment Monitoring, Cameras, and Gate Monitoring
Pillar’s sensors attach to studs, columns, or other structures on the jobsite to detect smoke, dust, and other air issues so that workers can pinpoint problem areas.
Headquarters: New York, NY
WeatherBuild leverages weather data, machine learning, and predictive analytics to increase productivity, enhance safety, and manage risk.
Headquarters: Cambridge, MA
Using wireless sensors, Global Contractor Guardian builds a virtual fence around a jobsite to detect unauthorized entry, smoke, heat, high water levels, and more.
Headquarters: Manitowoc, WI
TrueLook’s construction camera combines live jobsite viewing, project time-lapsing, and HD security recording.
Headquarters: Winston-Salem, NC
SENSR’s structural monitoring solution measures how a structure responds to loads to allow engineers to evaluate their design early on.
Headquarters: Georgetown, TX
MSite is a biometric access security system and construction gate monitor that ensures site adherence to safety and security policies and tracks labor time and attendance.
Headquarters: Liverpool, England
Soloinsight provides IoT solutions via an identification platform of integrated software and sensors that helps customers manage security, personnel, assets, and visitors.
Ground Level Scanners
HoloBuilder’s scanners offer construction professionals and real estate agents the opportunity to create and share 360° views of their buildings via 360° imagery, computer vision, and artificial intelligence.
Headquarters: San Francisco
Paracosm is a 3D mapping software company that develops mobile reality capture, progress monitoring, and visualization solutions. They also have a handheld scanning product, the PX-80.
Headquarters: Gainesville, FL
StructionSite’s construction documentation software integrates with 360° consumer cameras to provide searchable, organized visual documentation to provide accountability and create communication efficiencies for work in-progress on the jobsite.
Headquarters: San Francisco
Matterport is a media technology company that builds 3D media solutions that allow users to create, modify, navigate, and build on digital representations of real places.
Headquarters: Sunnyvale, CA
Imerso builds 3D scanning solutions for mobile devices, digitizing real-world spaces into 1:1 3D models in seconds via photo stitching technology.
Headquarters: Oslo, Norway
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