Journey with Peggy Smedley to discover the connected office with virtual assistants; how modular helps build faster in times of need; take a look inside the Hyperloop capsule; see new tech helping build the wall; and the project of the week.
Take a look inside Joeris General Contractors, as Peggy Smedley sits down with CEO Gary Joeris to chat about the Texas market, his favorite project, and the next generation of workers in the construction industry.
AI (artificial intelligence) is here—but how will it impact construction? Peggy Smedley defines the word, and walks viewers through how it will change the jobsite.
Flying a drone isn’t easy. This is where education and training become critical. Peggy Smedley directs viewers to a tutorial that will help them learn how to fly.
Marc Okicich, director of sales, Seek Thermal, demonstrates to Peggy Smedley the company’s new Pro Series and how the tool can help detect leaks quickly.
Additive manufacturing enters the jobsite. Bill Peter, director of the Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which is part of the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Science and Energy Laboratories, joins Peggy Smedley to identify what is coming next in this area.
XL Construction is focused on strong partnerships, sustainability, and innovation. Hitesh Dewan, operations technology manager, joins Peggy Smedley to discuss what this all means for construction.
Peggy Smedley is joined by Richard Smith, senior director, global product training, JLG, to talk about the need for greater safety when working at heights—and how virtual reality might be the solution.
Peggy Smedley explores tech employment trends, new robotics research, how technology is enabling tires to talk, the project of the week, and growth in the homebuilding market.
Patrick Hanratty and Ivan Sutherland were the “dads” of CAD (computer-aided design). Peggy Smedley walks viewers through the history of design—and identifies what is coming in the future.