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. Tenna launches Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR) solution
Tenna utilizes internet of things (IoT) technology to track tools and equipment. On July 24, 2018, the company released its DVIR solution, which allows drivers to electronically complete their DVIRs on their Android phones.
2. Concrete Sensors receives investment from CEMEX Ventures, Requus Ventures, and Arab Angels Fund
Concrete Sensors monitors the strength, temperature, and relative humidity of concrete using wireless sensors. CEMEX Ventures, Requus Ventures, and Arab Angels Fund partnered to invest in Concrete Sensors.
3. Skender starts a factory for modular construction
4. Microdesk wins contract with the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
Microdesk, a leading consultant for the AEC industry, will help the Port Authority expand its Enterprise Asset Management Program.