Construction Safety Starts With These 3 Best Practices

While technology can enable greater safety on construction projects, this often starts with developing better safety practices and processes. CONEXPO-CON/AGG caught up with Triax Technologies about the key strategies to implement to boost safety across your organization: Prioritize the most valuable resource. Embrace new technology. Avoid complacency. Check out the full article on CONEXPO-CON/AGG now.

Implementing Construction Technology that Drives Decisions

Triax Technologies’ Chad Hollingsworth was interviewed by CONEXPO-CON/AGG for a story on implementing IoT technology at the jobsite.  Construction jobsite technology has moved beyond project-management software and mobile applications to include Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. This can include everything from wearable devices, to sensors, to drones. “These technologies serve as new data collection points…

Addressing the Construction Labor Shortage

The skilled labor shortage continues to be a major topic in the construction industry, as 70 percent of contractors report they are having a hard time filling hourly craft positions, which represent the bulk of the construction workforce. As we’ve shared, construction firms are having to change the way they attract, compensate and retain workers to…

Construction Jobsite Safety and Emerging Devices

Technology is transforming the construction site safety, productivity and overall operations. Safety devices like Spot-r  provide real-time visibility into safety incidents that occur and give workers a new, powerful tools to report other injuries, site hazards or call for help. Read a highlight from CONEXPO-CON/AGG’s article on “Construction Jobsite Safety and Emerging Devices,” which features…

Increasing Construction Productivity with IoT

Triax’s Chad Hollingsworth discusses the importance of total digital worksite visibility in overcoming construction’s poor productivity image in an article for CONEXPO-CON/AGG: Without the ability to immediately and accurately see how many workers are on a jobsite, where they’re located, and to communicate with them in a timely manner—whether they’re five floors away or five…

Addressing the Human Element in Jobsite Safety

CONEXPO-CON/AGG recently covered the importance of addressing the human element in construction jobsite safety and spoke with  our President & Chief Operating Officer about leveraging innovative technologies to engage and protect the workforce. Check out highlights below or read the full article here. Schermerhorn adds, “One of the biggest problems we hear about in construction is oversight…