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. Parafin begins beta testing
A select group of hotel developers are currently using Parafin, a software for developers that optimizes designs for profit, on their projects. To learn more about Parafin, check out the Real Estate Tech Forum with Parafin on July 11, 2018.
2. Facilio advizes facilities managers on the benefits of IoT and machine learning in buildings
Facilio is a facilities, workforce, and energy management platform for commercial real estate professionals. In a recent blog post, Facilio emphasized buildings that incorporate IoT and machine learning can adapt to occupancy changes, track water and energy usage, and facilitate predictive maintenance. BuiltWorlds will dive into IoT and machine learning in buildings at the Buildings 2.0 Conference on August 23, 2018.
3. StructionSite highlights key components of documentation turnover packages
StructionSite, a digital jobsite documentation platform, informed owners about the five key pieces of a documentation turnover package. Are you an owner who wants to further explore these themes? Join us at the BuiltWorlds Projects conference.
4. Redmond nearly finished with the Jellyvision project
5. EquipmentShare shares a fun video of a smart trench roller
EquipmentShare, a platform for renting construction equipment, shared an awesome video on Facebook of Wacker Neuson Americas’ remote-controlled trench roller at the EquipmentShare location in Columbia, Missouri. Check out the BuiltWorlds Tools and Equipment Forum for more on cool tools!