(2004-) 2017 Computer Engineering Program

| January 5, 2017

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Thank you for your interest in the Computer Engineering (CE) program. Computer engineering focuses on the theory and practice of analysis and design of complex digital systems, including general-purpose computers and special-purpose embedded systems. CE straddles the line between hardware and software, and partially overlaps computer science and electrical engineering programs.

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IoT and BIM for automatic performance recording

Article | May 14, 2021

As part of a Digipro project, ALLPLAN is working with three partners to research a system for automatic performance measurement using IoT and BIM. DigiPro focuses on the digitalisation of products, processes and business models in companies. As part of the German-Dutch INTERREG program Digipro, a project is currently underway that aims to automate performance recording on the construction site using IoT (Internet of Things) and BIM (Building Information Modelling). A consortium of four companies - BuildersMind, mangineers, Nijhuis Bouw B.V. and ALLPLAN - is working on a solution for automated construction site monitoring that documents construction progress in near real time. Promising results have already been achieved in an alpha test phase on two construction sites of Nijhuis Bouw in Enschede 2020.

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OxBlue Announces AI-Based Capabilities for Social Distancing

Article | May 14, 2021

OxBlue.Com, an Atlanta-Based Technology Company and the Leader in Professional Construction Camera Services, Has Announced the Development of Artificial Intelligence-Based Technology for Detecting Social Distancing on Construction Sites. OxBlue, an Atlanta-based technology company and the leader in professional construction camera services, has announced the development of artificial intelligence-based technology for detecting social distancing on construction sites.

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8 Tips for Remote Work in Construction

Article | May 14, 2021

In recent weeks, construction professionals around the world find themselves having to navigate a new type of jobsite. The sound of heavy machinery has been replaced with a distracting stream of laughs, cries, and even barks from new coworkers, and WFH outfits have temporarily replaced tried and trusted PPE. Whether your new workspace is a dedicated home office or the corner of a couch, we are united in trying to overcome the challenges of working from home – together.

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6 Construction Tech Trends in 2020

Article | May 14, 2021

Innovation is increasing as shown by advancements brought about by technology, according to an article in Reading Eagle. For example, drones and 3D printing are now more prevalent than before, and may be further embraced by the construction industry in 2020. The design-build approach, or Integrated Project Delivery, provides a means for clients to contract a sole entity to compose, plan, and construct a project. Streamlining the process results in faster project delivery timelines and lower costs.

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eInfochips is a product engineering and software R&D services company with over 20 years of experience, 500+ product developments, and over 40M deployments in 140 countries. Today, 60% of our revenues come from Fortune 500 companies and 80% from solutions around connected devices. From silicon to embedded systems to software, from deployment to sustenance, we map the journey of our customers.

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