One way to battle the construction industry’s labor shortage is luring young workers into the field by showcasing the promise of construction tech. We talk about its potential with a Drexel Construction Management student, who was part of a team that included Spot-r in a project that recently won top honors
As construction’s labor shortage continues, new recruiting strategies, workforce development, tech can help
The construction industry is playing catch up as it struggles to lure the next generation of workers into the field. Here are four ways for construction companies to survive the labor shortage.
Construction Disruption: Here’s how IoT is helping construction companies improve inefficiencies and eliminate waste
Triax is on the road again in November, traveling to some major conferences and expos to talk wearables, Internet of Things, construction risk and more.
The Internet of Things is transforming the construction industry but not all networks are created equal. Understand what you need to know when adopting this technology and the questions you should be asking
Learn how Triax customer KBE Building Corporation is creating a safer work environment by proactively measuring safety data and implementing a seamless, efficient evacuation system.
We’re thrilled to announce our new partnership with EarthCam to help jobsites improve security and reduce risk with their high-resolution videos and our Spot-r device.
Triax Technologies and EarthCam Partner to Provide the Next Level of Access Control for Construction
Integration of IoT and Visual Data Enables Real-Time Visibility, Security; Reduces Site Risk NORWALK, Conn. and UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., Oct. 8, 2019 – Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for the connected jobsite, and EarthCam, the leading provider of construction camera technology and services, today announced a partnership to integrate their solutions to increase visibility into…
October is another busy month for Triax as we travel to shows and conferences across the country to meet with industry leaders and bring attention to the benefits of connected jobsites.
Here’s how the Internet of Things works, and why your jobsite needs it Imagine being able to track the exact location of a backhoe on one jobsite, a pallet of drywall on another and an electrical sub on a third—and doing it all in seconds, with just a few simple strokes on your laptop, smartphone…