The residential construction market is picking up—and so are the screw ups on the jobsite. Peggy Smedley goes on the road and has a conversation with Mitchell Smith, president and cofounder, Pike Consulting, to take a closer look at how to be careful on the jobsite.
Peggy Smedley gets an inside look at the Ingersoll Rand QX Multiplier, and chats with Brian Pecchia, marketing manager for Ingersoll Rand, about the data that this particular tool can gather and how it helps with projects at the jobsite.
Data, data, data. How do you manage all the data? Peggy Smedley asks Ken Pittman, chief marketing officer for TrueLook, and he identifies new ways this can be better managed on the construction jobsite.
Are your gloves cut proof? Peggy Smedley puts one pair to the test, giving viewers a demonstration of the new Glovax Gloves. They just might keep your workers’ hands safer on the construction jobsite.
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.
Telematics began in the 1980s when European Parliament was looking to promote road safety, and is making a resurgence in construction today. Peggy Smedley helps contractors understand what telematics is and why it is so essential on the jobsite.
Peggy Smedley takes viewers to the jobsite, and provides a scenario where a worker is cramping up, feels dizzy, and has a bad headache. What do you do? She gives the answer and points contractors to resources to become educated on how to prevent injury and death at the jobsite.
Peggy Smedley is joined by Chris Machut, chief technology officer, Netarus, to identify how a camera system on a crane can help make a jobsite safer. He speaks about how the jobsite is changing, and tech that can help with safety.
Peggy Smedley defines the IoT (Internet of Things), and describes how it is changing the construction jobsite. As an IoT expert, she gives little-known insight into how the IoT will impact the industry today and in the future.
Get ready for semi-automated masons. Peggy Smedley highlights a bricklaying robot that is automating processes at the construction jobsite, and how the job of masons might soon change in the future as this new innovation enters the market.