Wearable tech continues advancement in construction

Triax’s COO, Pete Schermerhorn, spoke with Sam Boyer from Business Insurance about available and emerging wearable technologies that can better manage construction job site risks and incidents – and the insurance benefits this brings. Read highlights below and click here to read the full article. “It’s a safety system for construction. If someone slips, trips,…

The Latest HR Power Tool is IoT

Triax’s COO, Peter Schermerhorn, spoke with Steve Goldberg from HfS about the new “power tool” in workforce management: IoT. The construction industry pays more than twice the national average for workers’ compensation insurance, and U.S. construction companies pay out $1 billion annually for slip, trip and fall-related claims. Read below for key takeaways from Steve’s article…

Regional Construction Tech Event Brings Industry Professionals Together

Construction professionals from across the country are attending JBKnowledge’s 2017 ConTech Roadshows for a can’t-miss networking opportunity. The ConTech Roadshow is a technology conference for the everyday builder to network with general contractors and subcontractors in their area and learn about the industry tech that could improve their project workflows. The first two stops will…

PaintMag: Could IoT-Based Wearables Improve Your Job Site’s Safety?

Triax’s President, Chad Hollingsworth, spoke with Megan Headley from American Painting Contractor, about keeping workers safe on the job via wearable technology. Check out highlights below and read the full article here. “Could IoT-Based Wearables Improve Your Job Site’s Safety?” via American Painting Contractor The device, and others like it, also serve as a tangible reminder of a…

Triax Technologies, Suffolk Leaders to Discuss Wearable Technology at AGC Safety and Health Conference

Session to Feature Insights, Safety Best Practices from Today’s Connected Jobsites NORWALK, Conn., July 17, 2017 – Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for construction site connectivity, today announced that its president, Chad Hollingsworth, will discuss wearable technology’s impact on improved construction site safety, visibility and accountability at the Associated General Contractors (AGC)…

Spot-r one of CADD Microsystems highlights from ENR FutureTech

CADD Microsystems’ Jeff Gravatte writes about the “improbable ideas” and “outstanding products” that he saw at ENR’s Annual FutureTech conference in San Francisco, including Spot-r by Triax. Having attended the conference since its inception in 2010, Jeff was amazed how the information for people working on construction worksite’s is becoming more accessible. Read his review of…

Wearable technology could save lives and dollars in construction industry

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Courtney Linder investigates wearable technology, including Spot-r by Triax, that can save lives and dollars in the construction industry. According to McKinsey Global Institute, construction remains one of the least digitized industries in the world, and even a fraction of a percentage change in productivity could equate to substantial savings. Read below…

Spot-r one of BuiltWorlds’ 3 IoT technologies aimed at the AEC

The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasing construction industry connectivity that drives communication, improves scheduling, optimizes efficiency, monitors working conditions, and compiles the information needed to build smarter and safer.  BuiltWorlds looks at three IoT technologies, including Spot-r. Read higlights below or the full BuiltWorlds article here. “Triax Technologies’ Spot-r is the latest in wearable…