New Equipment Directory
Autonomous Work Vehicle Trials Provide Insights for Both Honda and Black & Veatch
Honda’s Kenton Williams and Tyler Parker, Black & Veatch, discuss the development and application of Honda’s Autonomous Work Vehicle prototype, including the lessons learned from the field trials in which Black & Veatch is participating.
American Honda Motor Co.
December 22, 2021
Electrification Moves Toward Mainstream Heavy Equipment Application as Technology Advances
How electrification is continuing to advance in the heavy equipment industry, including how technology improvements are enabling electrification to become more common and helping to increase efficiency.
December 15, 2021
Asset Tracking Technology Deters Equipment Theft
Eron Usow, Senior Director of Hardware Products at GPS Trackit, shares how asset tracking technology can help address the issue of equipment theft on today’s construction jobsites.
December 3, 2021
Virtual Reality Tech Brings Real-world Feel into Caterpillar’s Heavy Equipment Training Simulators
Annette Kiesewetter at Simformation, a long-time Caterpillar partner in developing simulator training technology, highlighted the latest advances, plus shares how contractors are utilizing simulators to attract the next-generation workforce.
November 24, 2021
A Look at Concrete Sensor Technology
This Ground Breakers Podcast episode talks about concrete sensor technology, what they do today, how, and their potential for tomorrow’s concrete construction.
November 17, 2021
Cloud-based Estimating and Takeoff Efficiencies Boost Revenue an Average of 35%
Phil Ogilby, CEO, Stack Construction Technologies, shares how using the company’s cloud-based estimating and takeoff platform is able to lift revenue among its contractor customers an average of 35% by helping to push more bids into the market.
November 10, 2021
BIM and VR Become More Accessible to Small- to Mid-size Firms and Projects
Ted Mort, ZELUS, highlights advances in BIM and VR adoption during the pandemic, its growing acceptance among smaller firms and on smaller projects and the opportunities beyond building construction.
November 3, 2021
Reality Capture Cameras Tracking Ryan Companies' Project Progress Slash Costs
Mike Ernst shares how Ryan Companies is using technologies such as StructionSite’s reality capture cameras to automatically track project progress in detail, and how that constant flow of accurate data is helping them produce dramatic efficiency gains
October 27, 2021
Automate and Integrate Photos Into Your CRM
Streamline the workflow in your construction applications by creating chronologically automated photo documentation of projects and sharing it with stakeholders as the project progresses.
October 20, 2021
Use Technology to Monitor Progress & Keep Projects on Time and On or Below Budget
Saurabh Ladha, co-founder and CEO at Doxel, shares how AI-powered Project Controls can help monitor project progress and identify and mitigate potential problems before they happen.
October 13, 2021
How to Ease the Pain of Onboarding Technology Into Your Construction Business
Extracker's Cameron Page highlights the challenges construction companies can face when onboarding new technology into their operations and shares tips on how to ease the “pain” of tech adoption.
October 6, 2021
How Modular Design & Construction Can Cut Risks & Costs on Building Projects
Joe Ursinii, ModularDesign+, discusses how modular design and construction can reduce risks and costs on commercial building projects, as well as ways in which it can be integrated into, and help to innovate, the building process.
September 27, 2021
What is a Digital Twin in Construction?
Dave Burns, vice president of project delivery and emerging tech at McCarthy Building Companies talks about digital twins and how they work in the construction industry.
McCarthy Building Companies
September 15, 2021
Indiana DOT Future-Proofs Infrastructure Investments through Connected Vehicle Data
Using technology like Wejo, the Indiana DOT is able to advance their understanding of how connected vehicle data could make their roadways, especially their work zones, safer.
September 8, 2021
How Drones Transformed Hensel Phelps' Daily Construction Operations, Schedules and Cost
The contractor went into Honolulu's Inouye International Airport job thinking drones would be useful in some segments of the project, and the technology quickly progressed to informing and improving aspects of the work every day
September 2, 2021
U.S. Housing & 3D Concrete Printing
The potential benefits behind 3D concrete printing and how it can address the country’s housing shortages.
September 1, 2021
How Improved Data Collection Benefits Autonomous Vehicle Development
NI’s Jared Aho shares how a new technology collaboration will help manufacturers and suppliers leverage data to ensure the safety and reliability of autonomous vehicles for the off-highway sector.
August 25, 2021
The Role of Construction Management Software in Mitigating Jobsite Risks
Hear about the ways in which construction management software can help you to mitigate jobsite risks; better manage and understand project costs; save time through improved organization; and ultimately reduce stress on your projects.
August 11, 2021
John Deere Discusses How Construction Telematics Technology and Connectivity is Changing
John Deere is providing solutions to help customers enhance data and productivity.
July 28, 2021
What Construction Equipment Technology Really Offers Contractors
Hyundai talks about how construction equipment technology data makes their machines work better for customers.
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc.
July 14, 2021
Oracle VP Looks at AI and Machine Learning's Migration Into Construction and What It Means for the Industry's Future
With the migration of artificial intelligence and machine learning into construction, Oracle's Karthik Venkatasubramanian sees a shift from proactive to predictive data intelligence that will aid risk management and process optimization.
July 14, 2021
Caterpillar's Fred Rio Talks Autonomy on the Construction Jobsite
What could autonomous technology mean for construction businesses and equipment operators?
July 7, 2021
Infrastructure Plan: Can the Construction Industry Handle the Load?
Entertaining and humorous Bassam Hamdy, CEO and co-founder of Briq, talks about what it will take for the construction industry to take on the breadth of projects that will come with the federal infrastructure plan.
July 7, 2021
Serious Labs Uses Virtual Reality to Train the Construction Workforce
Jim Colvin talks about using technology to train the workforce.
June 30, 2021