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Dallas Innovates | February 06, 2020
Construction industry products maker Hilti has launched Internet of Things-enabled smart fasteners with its Tracefast technology at the World of Concrete trade show this week in Las Vegas. Hilti Corp. is a Liechtenstein-headquartered multinational company that develops, manufactures, and markets products for the construction, building maintenance, energy, and manufacturing industries. Its North American headquarters are in Plano. The connected fasteners each have a unique identifying code on the...
Constructconnect | September 10, 2020
Existing technology designed to be worn by construction workers is teed up and ready to go but the usual barriers of cost and risk aversion is keeping it parked at the jobsite gate. While wearable monitors have been around for some time, they’re only being adopted at extreme high-risk jobs, such as petrochemical plants, oil rigs and remote wilderness locations where workers face hazards beyond slips and falls such as bears and wolves. The issue, says Keith Beckles, CEO of TechMarq, a Toron...
PYMNTS.com | August 25, 2020
Business cloud software provider Infor has rolled out its Infor Construction and Property Management technology. The offering allows construction companies in the public sector and healthcare spaces to grow into property management functions and make all of their operations digital, according to a Monday (Aug. 24) announcement. Infor said that the technology can assist companies geared toward healthcare decrease the cost of medical center and office building construction in addition to supervisi...
AZ Big Media | February 19, 2020
In the past decade, we saw technology advancing at breakneck speed, and our dependence on technology in every area of our lives and business is growing rapidly. These trends are only going to carry on into the 2020s and beyond, as technology will continue to make our lives and business safer, more efficient, more convenient and better overall. While many of the biggest industries have embraced technology – and thrived for it – some have been more hesitant to take advantage of all tha...
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