Patrick Hanratty and Ivan Sutherland were the “dads” of CAD (computer-aided design). Peggy Smedley walks listeners through the history of design—and identifies what is coming in the future.
Greg Karadjian, regional vice president of North America, Immersive Technologies, and Peggy Smedley take a look inside virtual reality equipment simulators that can provide an immersive learning experience for contractors.
Max Baker, CEO of Illumagear joins Peggy Smedley to look at how one new product can help create a safer jobsite by giving workers “halos” that will brighten up the project.
Drones drive data from above. Peggy Smedley and Dick Zhang, president and CEO of Identified Technologies talk about gathering data from drones, and what’s next for the construction industry.
Peggy Smedley sits down with Greg Norman, president and founder of BathMasters to discuss the shortfall of skilled workers in construction and long-term strategies that can help increase employment of qualified workers in construction.
Peggy Smedley, Laura Black, and Dan Feigl discuss distracted driving, and the impact it is having on the construction industry, identifying ways to improve safety on the jobsite.
Peggy Smedley talks about fingerprinting on the construction jobsite, the top three tech for homes, cranes that will 3D print skyscrapers, smarter construction materials, and tilt-wall tech.
The robots are here! Peggy Smedley and Peter Bigwood, vice president sales and marketing, Brokk, talk about how robots are impacting demolition in construction—and how hydro-demolition will alter methods for bridge deck repair.
Telematics began in the 1980s when European Parliament was looking to promote road safety, and is making a resurgence in construction today. Peggy Smedley helps contractors understand what telematics is and why it is so essential on the jobsite.
Peggy Smedley takes viewers to the jobsite, and provides a scenario where a worker is cramping up, feels dizzy, and has a bad headache. What do you do? She gives the answer and points contractors to resources to become educated on how to prevent injury and death at the jobsite.