exhibiting at GBCA's Construction Technology Expo

Construction Technology Expo, November 29, 2018, Philadelphia, PA will be exhibiting at the Construction Technology Expo hosted by the General Building Contractor Association.  Join us on November 29th in Philadelphia, PA to see first-hand to see how you can use the data you already have in construction management systems like Procore and Autodesk BIM 360, plus site camera data from OxBlue cameras to reduce jobsite safety risk and even start predicting safety incidents.

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AECOM Elevates Project Management with AI Capture Initiative

AECOM, October 2018

Decisions in construction are historically based on subjective experiences instead of hard data. However, as the industry increasingly adapts to new technologies that drive productivity, boost safety, identify and address problems, automate low-level tasks and compile fact-based best practices this precedent is beginning to shift. But, only when this information is turned into actionable insights. Managing the data AEC professionals generate over the course of a construction project is a monumental task – a task that is becoming increasingly insurmountable as drones, robots, smart tags and intelligent devices communicating via the Internet of Things (IoT) add to the deluge.

Topics: News Coverage attending the IRMI Construction Risk Conference

Construction Risk Conference, November 4-7, 2018, Houston, TX

The IRMI Construction Risk Conference (CRC) brings together nearly 2,000 leading project owners, general contractors, subcontractors, developers, insurers, and insurance agents and brokers. There is no better forum to learn the latest construction risk management and insurance trends, strategies, and tactics as well as network with leaders in the industry.

Topics: Events to Exhibit at Groundbreak 2018

Groundbreak Construction Conference November 13-15, 2018, Austin, TX will be exhibiting at this year's Groundbreak Conference, taking place from November 13-15, 2018 in Austin, TX. Look for us in Booth #300 (right by the entrance) to see how you can use the data you already have in Procore to reduce jobsite safety risk and even start predicting safety incidents.

Topics: Events to sponsor Autodesk University 2018

Autodesk University, November 13-15, 2018, Las Vegas, NV will exhibit at this year's Autodesk University on November 13-15 in Las Vegas. We will have a booth (#B1015) so be sure to stop by to see how you can use the data you already have in BIM 360 to reduce jobsite safety risk and even start predicting safety incidents.

Additionally, we will be at the AU preconference, Connect & Construct, on November 12th! Look for us in booth C7 in the Village!

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Using Today’s Data to Improve Tomorrow’s Construction Safety

Procore, October 9, 2018

The climate for construction safety has undergone an evolution by using past data to drive KPIs and innovation. Throughout this shift the need for a construction management platform has become even more critical to a company's success.

Topics: Events to sponsor BuiltTech Week

BuiltTech Week, October 22-24, 2018, Atlanta, GA is a sponsor of the BuiltTech Week conference in Atlanta, GA on October 22-24, 2018. Josh Kanner will be speaking about how to make artificial intelligence work in the AEC industry. Companies like Suffolk, Skanska, Clark and Clayco are currently using AI to automatically detect and quantify safety risk on projects. Real world case studies will be presented with benefits and lessons learned.

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Women in Construction: Tatjana Dzambazova, AI strategist, Autodesk, 9/11/2018

Autodesk University Middle East 2018 was held in Dubai earlier this year under the theme of ‘The Future of Making Things’. The two-day event served as a business networking platform, shared technical knowledge, discussed cross-industry opportunities and sought to offer solutions to unique business challenges.

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5 Ways New Technology in the Construction Industry Can Optimize Your Workforce

Software Advice, 9/7/2018

Introducing new technology into a construction business is intimidating. It can so fundamentally alter day-to-day processes that the upheaval is just too much for some small and midsize businesses (SMBs)—so they don’t do it.

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What Is Prop Tech? And What Does It Mean For B2B and 'The Smart Cities of Tomorrow'

Geomarketing, 9/7/2018

By 2050, it's forecasted that 68 percent of all human population will be living in urban areas, representing an increase of 2.5 billion people and over 50 percent growth. Advanced technologies such as AI, IoT, robotics and consumer apps are poised to dramatically alter the real estate technology landscape to help meet the challenges posed by these massive, new cities, writes Revel Partners' Thomas Falk.

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