Despite recognizing apps’ importance, most firms don’t use them for safety training

According to JB Knowledge’s annual construction technology report, only 26% of contractors use software or a mobile app – despite acknowledging that apps and data can be helpful for safety training. 52% of construction companies reported they do not use any mobile safety app, while 37% gather safety data using spreadsheets. Construction Dive covers the new…

5 Takeaways from Autodesk University

Tech has finally reached the construction industry. The explosion of useful, previously untapped data from a variety of resources at the jobsite can be aggregated and analyzed for actionable insights. When crews, managers and executives are connected to the same, real-time data and insights, they improve their chances of more informed, real-time response, helping to prevent…

Triax Technologies Expands Connected Jobsite with Networked IoT Sensor

IoT Evolution and ForConstructionPros.com covered the recent launch of Spot-r EquipTag, which expands our vision of the connected jobsite to provide real-time, data-driven visibility into workforce and equipment activity, location and safety. In a recent release, Triax Technologies announced its Spot-r EquipTag, which integrates with the company’s Spot-r network and its flagship wearable sensor technology…

Triax Technologies Partners with Autodesk to Provide Real-Time, 3D Workforce Management

Autodesk BIM 360 Integration Enhances Workforce Visibility, Safety, Streamlines Project Set-Up LAS VEGAS, Nov. 13, 2017 – Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for the connected jobsite, today announced an integration between its flagship Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled Spot-r system and the Autodesk BIM 360 construction management platform. This integration allows Spot-r users…