Peggy Smedley unravels the word cloud, identifying what it means and breaking down SaaS (software-as-a-service), PaaS (platform-as-a-service), and IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service).
Peggy Smedley gives her picks for the top five construction projects. Which ones make the list? Take a peek inside to find out.
Peggy Smedley gets an inside look at the Ingersoll Rand QX Multiplier, and chats with Brian Pecchia, marketing manager for Ingersoll Rand, about the data that this particular tool can gather and how it helps with projects at the jobsite.
Peggy Smedley chats with Pietro Ferrari, professor and program coordinator for the School of Architectural Studies at George Brown College, about BIM (building information modeling), 3D laser scanning, computer-aided manufacturing, prefabrication, and the data that ties everything together.
Sandra Wilkin, CEO of Bradford Construction Corp., joins Peggy Smedley to discuss how small businesses can leverage technology to level the playing field and what younger hires expect when it comes to using technology on the job.
Peggy Smedley sits down with Greg Pestine, civil engineer and construction expert, Robson Forensic, about incidents that require investigation at the jobsite—and how safety can be heightened.
What do hurricanes, zoos, and robots have in common? Peggy Smedley answers in this week’s Tech Update, looking at trends related to security robots, disaster recovery, truck safety, talent management, and building automation at the zoo.
What really is BIM (building information modeling)? Peggy Smedley answers, and breaks it down, walking viewers through 2D, 3D, 4D, 5D, and even 6D BIM.
Data, data, data. How do you manage all the data? Peggy Smedley asks Ken Pittman, chief marketing officer for TrueLook, and he identifies new ways this can be better managed on the construction jobsite.
Are your gloves cut proof? Peggy Smedley puts one pair to the test, giving viewers a demonstration of the new Glovax Gloves. They just might keep your workers’ hands safer on the construction jobsite.