Scott Schwalbe, CEO, NimbeLink, joins host Peggy Smedley to talk about cellular-based asset trackers for the construction industry. He talks about use cases for the technology and the benefits that construction companies can expect from using this type of a solution.
Construction is helping rebuild smart cities including roads, bridges, transportation, utilities, and more. Peggy Smedley chats with Scott Smith, enterprise program manager and industry principal, OSIsoft, about building energy efficiency and what contractors should be thinking about to gain marketshare. He identifies drivers, ROI (return on investment), and examples.
Brian Ballard, CEO and cofounder, Upskill, discusses with Peggy Smedley how AR (augmented reality) is changing how cities are built and how construction will use the technology. He talks about how it is going to help train people faster and help close the skills gap.
Construction is playing a critical role in rebuilding smart cities by managing and tagging unused physical assets. Austin Conti, CEO and founder, Tenna, defines physical assets in today’s connected city, explaining the biggest benefits of the technology and what construction companies need to know as they are building the smart cities of the future [...]
Smart cities are coming. Alison Mitchell, executive director, Sensor City, tells Peggy Smedley what types of technology are helping make connected cities a reality. She talks about the barriers to applying this technology and what’s needed to overcome them.
Peggy Smedley addresses how cities are becoming testbeds to develop new technology in areas such as building and physical infrastructure, water and sanitation, energy management, and connectivity and mobility. She talks about how contractors, government, and tech companies need to work together to help make smart cities a reality.
Peggy Smedley defines KPI (key performance indicator), giving a history of the three-letter term and how it is impacting your business today. She also teases what’s to come in 2018.
The average cost of a data breach is $3.62 million. Peggy Smedley gives her top tips for securing data in the construction industry in the year ahead.
Peggy Smedley takes an in-depth dive into research being done on a haptic-based avatar-robot at Keio University. She talks about the opportunities for robotics, haptics, and avatar arms—and how they jusy might assist the skilled labor shortage in construction.
What do smart labs, virtual caves, and huddle walls all have in common? Chris Mayer, chief innovation officer, Suffolk Construction, tells Peggy Smedley about Suffolk’s vision for technology in construction.