to sponsor Autodesk University 2019

    Autodesk University, November 19-21, 2019, Las Vegas, NV will exhibit at this year's Autodesk University on November 19-21 in Las Vegas. We'll be at booth CON 205 in the Expo hall so be sure to stop by to learn how enables Predictive-Based Safety which helps companies identify projects at highest risk for an incident and act on them to prevent incidents from occurring.

    Additionally, we will be at the AU preconference, Connect & Construct, on November 18th! Look for us at  Booth 9 in the Partner Zone in the Village!

    Topics: Events exhibiting at the 2019 IRMI Construction Risk Conference

    IRMI Construction Risk Conference, November 10-13, Seattle, WA

    The IRMI Construction Risk Conference (CRC) brings together leading project owners, general contractors, subcontractors, developers, insurers, insurance agents and brokers, and coverage attorneys who are focused on the unique nuances of construction insurance and risk management. Keep ahead of emerging trends, discover best practices for contractor insurance programs, and build your professional network at this can't miss event.

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    Predictive AI construction group attracts more leading firms, including Skanska

    Construction Dive, 10/23/2019

    Five more firms have joined a unique industry group focused on sharing data to advance jobsite safety.

    Skanska USA, Skanska Sweden, Webcor Builders, Obayashi and concrete contractor Lithko Contracting have signed on with the Predictive Analytics Strategic Council, which was launched earlier this year to share and analyze safety data from each firm in the group.

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    To prevent workplace accidents, construction companies are turning to Vinnie

    The Boston Globe 10/10/2019

    At hundreds of construction sites, a safety inspector named Vinnie is watching the workers, keeping tabs on those who show up without work gloves or use the wrong kind of ladder. Vinnie doesn’t miss much.

    That’s because Vinnie is software — an all-seeing artificial intelligence system developed by a Cambridge startup, Chief executive Josh Kanner named the program after a man he knows, a New Jersey construction superintendent with a photographic memory. He sounds a lot like the digital Vinnie, which analyzes photographs at construction sites to spot hazardous conditions. And according to research conducted with the help of Boston’s Suffolk Construction — an investor in — Vinnie can predict workplace accidents before they happen.

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    Data transformation starts at the C-level

    Construction Dive, 9/25/2019

    Effectively aligning operations and talent with advances in technology is one of the most prominent challenges businesses face today. Big data, artificial intelligence, robotics, and other emerging technologies that collectively form “digital convergence” are on the agendas of CEOs and board directors in every industry.

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