Peggy Smedley defines RFID (radio-frequency identification), detailing the history, what it is, how it is used in construction, and what is in store for the future.
What should you consider before you invest in employee-monitoring technology? Peggy Smedley gives her top tips for how to implement and succeed with this particular type of system.
Peggy Smedley gets a demo from Bogdan Moldovan, product manager, Skilsaw, to see how one new saw suppresses vibration and leads to more comfortable and controlled cuts.
Peggy Smedley catches up with Anil Nanduri, vice president in the new technology group and general manager of the drone group, Intel, to discuss how contractors are managing data from drones and if collision avoidance will be a game changer in construction.
Peggy Smedley shares the story of the Steed family and how a hobby turned into a unique business venture in the construction industry.
Peggy Smedley and Laura Black tackle the tough topic of wearables and answer the question: Do some wearables create a distraction on the construction jobsite?
Peggy Smedley identifies how to become a drone pilot, achieve net-zero energy, and inspire the next generation. She also looks at trends related to bots as workplace assistants and telematics as coaches for drivers.
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.