Constructech Technology Days 2019 is a two-day conference focusing on the global issues facing the construction industry and building the cities of the future all while overcoming infrastructure and urbanization challenges with the use of innovative technology solutions.
ERP (enterprise-resource planning) continues to come to the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry, with more companies signing on to use enterprise software and solutions for project-based businesses.
Access to data on mobile devices is becoming a greater priority for many construction companies—and technology providers recognize this and are responding with new partnerships.
This week is OSHA’s (Occupational Safety and Health Admin.) National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction week, and many companies are sharing new resources that raise awareness about the safe use of equipment and technology in construction.
Women have an innate and enormous capacity to persevere and rise to any occasion, which is evident in the first annual Constructech Women Heavy Equipment Operator winners.
The heart of any construction project is the data. It gives insights into project operations and financials. It is the lifeblood for ensuring projects are complete on time and on budget. Technology companies recognize this and continue to create partnerships that will help contractors tap into that data.
The numbers are well cited: 69% of construction organizations are manually re-entering data from application to application. The lack of standards and integration among technology systems in the construction industry have hampered adoption of software in the past.
Is your construction company secure? Too often, breaches give criminals access into data, slowing business and costing a lot of money—and no company is immune. Further, new legislation could create minimum security requirements.
Most of those working in technology in the construction industry recognize a big trend that has taken place in the past several years: the technology giants are getting bigger, mostly driven by M&A (merger and acquisition) activity.
The integration of the IoT (Internet of Things) on construction jobsites is helping construction companies save costs on lost and stolen equipment. Technology proves to be a solution to find expensive equipment that is not registered under a database.