What 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Komatsu pledges to build innovative service center
Komatsu, an international leader in construction and mining equipment, announced plans to build a state of the art service center in Nevada. The building will open in 2020 and bring employees from three facilities into one space.
2. Kaarta releases the second version of Stencil
Kaarta provides hardware and cloud solutions for creating 3D maps of spaces in real-time. Kaarta’s Stencil 2 provides new efficiencies with GNSS localization, upgraded hardware, Confidence Metrics, and enhanced software intelligence.
3. AMPlified Search launches website
AMPlified Search, a national retained search firm, just launched their new website. To learn how to recruit and retain a diverse skilled workforce, come to the BuiltWorlds Future Workforce Conference, where AMPlified Search will be exhibiting.
4. Aclaimant featured in events across the U.S.
5. Emagispace provides insights on renovating historic buildings
Emagispace, an innovator in interior design and construction, created a guide for incorporating new technology into historic buildings.