MATERIALS, CONSTRUCTION

ACCESS CONTROL AND THE FUTURE OF SMARTBUILDINGS

April 20, 2022

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Smart building technology continues to be one of the most exciting and revolutionary developments in the multifamily industry as it streamlines operations and transforms resident, prospect and associate experiences.

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Frazer-Nash Manufacturing

A precision engineering and manufacturing company, based in Petersfield, Hampshire, Frazer-Nash has developed a reputation for technical innovation combined with high quality and good value. Our customer base is international and predominantly serves the food industry.

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IFS Solutions Specialty Contractors

whitePaper | July 12, 2022

The most successful Specialty Contractors know how to adapt to, and embrace, the challenges in their market. IFS Cloud™, IFS Field Service Management™, IFS Enterprise Operational Intelligence™ help make our customers’ businesses so agile they can view challenges not as a threat to be managed but an opportunity to be seized.

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Bosch Engineering is making the vision a reality: on the road to the fully automated construction machine of tomorrow

whitePaper | December 7, 2022

Lower manufacturing costs, more efficient project implementation, and faster completion: The automation of future construction machinery benefits both construction companies and their clients. In bringing the vision of a fully automated construction site to life, Bosch Engineering supports the customer from the very beginning with the development of marketrelevant solutions that ensure sustainable, needs-based automation. In doing so, Bosch Engineering employs an incremental approach encompassing everything from warning assistance functions and partially automated systems that assist the machine operator with specific activities right up to fully automated machinery

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An Update on Insolvency in the Australian Construction Industry

whitePaper | August 19, 2022

The construction sector in Australia has long been affected by insolvency and broader liquidity issues. In the last year, construction companies accounted for 26% of businesses that entered into insolvency, and insolvencies in the construction sector more than doubled. This year, contractors have been further squeezed by inflation, supply chain issues and labour market shortages. As the federal government has wound back its COVID-19 economic stimulus packages, further collapses seem inevitable.

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The Engineer’s Guide to the Resilient Platform

whitePaper | February 10, 2020

Engineers are facing ever-increasing pressure from business executives to incorporate innovative technologies into their products. The realities of creating new and unexplored concepts, while accounting for more and more smart connected products, and continually adapting to changing market uncertainties, is making it challenging for companies to compete effectively.

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RAPID TRANSFORMATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN

whitePaper | September 22, 2022

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, is here for construction. This new period of innovation and growth will be fueled by applying key learnings from other industries, specifically manufacturing, to construction.

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A Seamless and Successful Transition from Quality Assurance to Quality Engineering

whitePaper | July 1, 2022

Quality Engineering has gained prominence with the shift to agile and DevOps. Companies are shifting from Quality Assurance process for an agile and scalable application development process. QE brings software development and IT operations teams together, removes silos, and embedding security in every step of the application development process. But this is just the tip of the iceberg among the reasons to shift from Quality Assurance to Quality Engineering. The move towards QE over QA is a cultural shift within the organizations and the development teams.

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Frazer-Nash Manufacturing

A precision engineering and manufacturing company, based in Petersfield, Hampshire, Frazer-Nash has developed a reputation for technical innovation combined with high quality and good value. Our customer base is international and predominantly serves the food industry.

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