Peggy Smedley takes listeners to the top five construction projects of the week, including the new Toyota North American Headquarters, the University of California, Merced, an urban campus in Toronto, a hospital expansion in Florida, and the 50-year old Dominion Boulevard Steel Bridge.
The Internet of Things is here—and Peoples Electric Co., recognizes this, offering a unique set of solutions. Peggy Smedley discusses all this and more with Glenn Kroeten, director of sales, Peoples Electric Co.
A new construction innovation zone looks to connect startups with global construction companies. Peggy Smedley is joined by Uzi Scheffer, CEO, SOSA, to discuss what new materials and technologies are being introduced.
Peggy Smedley trials a tablet belt clip and heavy duty tablet from Runnur Mobile Tech Gear belt to determine if construction workers can in fact hold all their gadgets hands free at the jobsite.
Peggy Smedley defines machine control—looking at the history, definition, specific use cases in the construction industry today, and even identifying what is going to come in the future.
What technology should you put in homes that you are building? Peggy Smedley identifies four key areas that homebuilders need to consider.
Peggy Smedley is joined by Dana Atkinson, research associate, Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute, to discuss health and safety training and how technology plays a role in hindering or reinforcing these efforts.
Peggy Smedley digs into the definition of GPS (global positioning system), giving an inside glimpse at how it impacts the construction industry today and what is in store for the future.
Are your fleets ready to follow the ELD mandate? Peggy Smedley breaks down what you need to know to prepare for the December 18 deadline.
Peggy Smedley tests the Xerox VersaLink C405 printer and determines if advances in technology can enable the device to become your next workplace assistant or is it just another really cool printer in the office.