to sponsor the PlanGrid Construction Summit

PlanGrid Construction Summit, June 10-11, 2018, San Francisco, CA is a sponsor at the PlanGrid Construction Summit on June 10-11 in San Francisco, CA. Stop by our kiosk to say hi and get a safety risk assessment using artificial intelligence with your jobsite photos.

Topics: Events to partipate in AGC WebEd Series

AGC of America, June 12, 2018 – July 17, 2018

Recognizing that contractors are fast embracing innovation to impact their work and improve productivity, efficiency and profitability, AGC is launching a new Web Education (WebEd) series with a focus on innovation and the technology that drives it. The goal is to keep AGC members informed and aware of the trends in innovation and technology that are playing a significant role in how contractors approach projects.

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AI in Construction Market Worth 1,831.0 Million USD by 2023

Cision PR Newswire, 5/16/2018

According to a new market research report "Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Construction Market by Technology, Stage, Component, Application, Deployment Type, Organization Size, Industry Type (Residential, Institutional Commercial, and Heavy Construction), and Region - Global Forecast to 2023", published by MarketsandMarkets™, the global market to grow from USD 407.2 Million in 2018 to USD 1,831.0 Million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 35.1% during the forecast period.

Topics: News Coverage to Sponsor ENR FutureTech 2018

ENR FutureTech, June 4-6, 2018, San Francisco, CA is excited to be once again sponsoring ENR FutureTech in 2018. Come by our private meeting room (The Plaza Room) on June 5th to meet our VP of Sales & Marketing, Mike Perozek, and get a free Safety Risk Assessment that benchmarks your projects based on safety and risk management best practices simply by analyzing jobsite progress photos. Reserve your spot here.

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Procore partners with innovators in the industry to promote safety

Procore, 5/10/2018

Procore partnered with three companies in the construction industry during this year’s Safety Week, each with a product that emphasizes safe practices on the jobsite. When you become Procore Safety Qualified (PSQ), you will receive a package that contains your PSQ certification as well as information about each of these safety partners.

Topics: News Coverage to sponsor the 2018 Gensuite Conference

Gensuite Conference, May 9-10, 2018, Lawrenceburg, IN is a sponsor at the Gensuite Conference on May 9-10 in Lawrenceburg, IN. We will have booth so be sure to stop by to say hi and get a safety risk assessment using artificial intelligence with your jobsite photos.

Topics: Events to sponsor the ConTech Roadshow

ConTech Roadshow, May 9, 2018, Seattle, WA is a sponsor at the ConTech Roadshow on May 9th in Seattle, WA. We will have an exhibit table so be sure to stop by to say hi and get a safety risk assessment using artificial intelligence with your jobsite photos.

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AI Applications in Construction and Building

TechEmergence, 4/23/2018

Relative to banking, finance or healthcare, construction is still a small market for artificial intelligence and emerging applications are focused on finding patterns in large datasets which would either be too difficult for humans to process or would take them too long. Over the course of this article, we aim to answer the following questions:

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Tech Report 5.0: AI Arrives

Building Design + Construction, 4/3/2018

Using artificial intelligence (AI) to apply machine learning to planning and constructing buildings is still a theoretical proposition for many AEC firms. But in recent years, as data storage and computational power have expanded, more firms are willing to engage AI as a practical analytics tool. Their ultimate goal for using this platform seems clear: to generate predictive data that provides early hints about future trends and behaviors on everything from interior designs to jobsite safety.

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Construction Safety: How Machine Learning Improves Glove Compliance

Connect & Construct, 3/22/2018

Hand injuries cause 110,000 construction workers to miss work each year, and 1,000,000 of them to head to the ER, at a cost to employers of more than $10,000 per incident on average.

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