Aviation Maintenance & Engineering: Automating Data Management

| July 24, 2018

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This whitepaper explores how data that already exists within the maintenance & engineering processes can be utilized to automate specific tasks to streamline processes, improve situational awareness and increase operational efficiency, without the need for human intervention.

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Headquartered in the heart of New York City’s Financial District, HAKS maintains 15 branch offices-as well as international offices in India and Bahrain. Our multicultural and extremely talented workforce provides our clients with construction management/inspection, environmental, engineering design, architecture/facilities design, land surveying, material testing and special inspection services.

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Trimble’s SiteVision Turns Your Phone Into an Augmented Reality BIM Coordination Machine

Article | April 23, 2020

There are a handful of pretty cool accessories for your smartphone that can be very useful to those of us in the construction industry, like thermal imaging cameras, in-wall imagers, and inspection cameras. None of those, however, help with BIM coordination, unlike a system that I just found from construction software giant, Trimble. Many different systems have been created in recent years to harness the power of augmented reality on the jobsite, with BIM the core focus of many of those solutions, but this system from Trimble is a bit different than all of them. Using an AR enabled smartphone, Trimble SiteVision combines hardware and software to virtually project BIM models onto the jobsite you’re standing in.

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Including STEM engagement in U.S. COVID-19 recovery efforts

Article | April 17, 2020

In addition to their core research work, many Federal science agencies have a mission to engage the public with current scientific research; educate Americans in science, technology, engineering, and math; and seed tomorrow’s workforce. The COVID-19 pandemic emphasizes the importance of providing tools for the public to evaluate scientific information, bolstering community science literacy, and engaging the public in conversation about scientific issues.

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Infrastructure Policy Watch: EU climate deal proposed, while UK financing and planning steps forward

Article | May 4, 2021

In this fortnightly blog, ICE's Director of Policy Chris Richards looks at developing policy landscape for infrastructure, what decisions mean, and their implications, so that infrastructure professionals can play their part in shaping the discussion.

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Local construction continues with safety protocols in place

Article | April 7, 2020

The city’s leadership hosted a Community Chat with Mayor Eric Niemann tonight through videoconferencing. Besides the mayor, City Manager Chris Workman was also on hand to answer any questions. At a point in the meeting when Niemann and Workman were taking questions, I threw out a couple of questions, including the status of local developments in town. For example, Millpond Crossing construction workers have continued to build houses - and that’s allowed under the governor’s order - but I wondered if any precautions were in place.

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Headquartered in the heart of New York City’s Financial District, HAKS maintains 15 branch offices-as well as international offices in India and Bahrain. Our multicultural and extremely talented workforce provides our clients with construction management/inspection, environmental, engineering design, architecture/facilities design, land surveying, material testing and special inspection services.

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