Weekly Round Up: News from Facilio, EmagiSpace, Pype, Tenna, and Ving

Round upWhat happened this week in the built world? Here’s our Friday round up of news and announcements from members of the BuiltWorlds network. Want to be included? Send your press releases or story ideas to news@builtworlds.com.

1. CEO of Facilio featured in CIO India

Facilio is a facilities, workforce, and energy management platform for commercial real estate professionals. Facilio CEO Prabhu Ramachandran wrote an article on the benefits of AI SaaS facilities management in CIO India. To learn more about cutting-edge facilities management, join us at the BuiltWorlds Buildings 2.0 Conference on August 23.

2. EmagiSpace named one of the top products at NeoCon 2018

EmagiSpace, an innovator in interior design and construction, was featured in Work Design Magazine as one of the best companies at NeoCon2018.

3. Pype recognized as a leading company in construction AI

Pype is a software that helps users start projects faster. Pype customer McCarthy Building Companies sang Pype’s praises in an article on construction AI in Building Design + Construction.

4. Tenna relates the history of construction asset tracking

Tenna utilizes internet of things (IoT) technology to track tools and equipment. Tenna related how advances in cellular technology have improved asset tracking.

5. Ving praises VR safety training

Ving is a video platform for providing and monitoring employee safety training. Ving encourages companies to adopt VR safety training because it is more effective than classroom training and safer than on the job training. If you want to learn more about safety training, check out the BuiltWorlds Future Workforce Conference on November 29, 2018.

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