Peggy Smedley explores the idea of reality capture and what it means to the construction industry, identifying benefits and what could still be coming in the future.
Peggy Smedley tests a ladder that has some unique features including a magnet for holding metal tools and seven-layer fiberglass that make it a little bit safer than a tradition ladder.
Mobile device management is on the rise. Peggy Smedley chats with Garrett Denney, product marketing manager for Jamf Now of Jamf, about how technology can help in construction.
In the final installment of a three-part series, Peggy Smedley takes a closer look at the technology being used on the jobsite at the New Stanford Hospital project and chats with the team about BIM (building information modeling), tablets, and beyond.
Peggy Smedley chats with Chris Korody, principal, DroneBusiness.center, and Colin Snow, CEO, Skylogic Research, about how drones are actually contributing to better safety practices on the job.
Peggy Smedley talks sustainable skyscrapers, autonomous driving on the jobsite, smarter construction materials, elevators and emergency evacuations, and apprentice programs.
Peggy Smedley looks at the differences between AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality), helping understand how the two different types of technologies will impact the construction industry.
Can drones offer new opportunities for BIM (building information modeling)? Peggy Smedley sat down with Chris Korody, principal, DroneBusiness.Center, and Colin Snow, CEO, Skylogic Research, to discuss this at InterDrone 2017.
On the road at InterDrone 2017, Peggy Smedley meets up with Jesse Clayton, senior manager of product for intelligent machines, Nvidia, to talk about artificial intelligence and machine learning in drones.
At InterDrone 2017, Peggy Smedley sits down with Jeff Freund, vice president of enterprise construction solutions, PrecisionHawk, to discuss how small integrations are driving new methods of surveying.