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 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 identifies the top tech trends that came out of the 2017 InterDrone show, focusing on regulations, insider secrets, growth predictions, and a fun fact you probably don’t know.
Peggy Smedley discusses generative design in BIM, swarms of autonomous robots, ductless in residential homebuilding, drone delivery centers, and cigarette butts that are helping to pave roads.
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.
George Mathew, chairman and CEO, Kespry, returns to speak with Peggy Smedley about the importance of big data and why alliances are so important. He discusses how the company is impacting change in the industrial landscape.
Peggy Smedley sits down with George Mathew, chairman and CEO, Kespry, to discuss how drones are impacting the role of the construction workers and how this type of tech tool is changing the industrial landscape. Part 1