Worker Productivity Case Study

Turnstiles have proven to be an ineffective way to track workers. It does not account for groups in vehicles, missing check-ins, and in the case of shared contractors in divested sites,; knowing who exactly is working for what company, what work they’re doing, and if they’re being productive. The inability to accurately track billable hours…

Lone Worker Safety Case Study

Workers who are isolated from other people on a job site—security staff, lone workers, and specialists with jobs in hazardous areas—are especially at risk in case of injury or sudden accident and represent a challenge to existing safety protocols. Existing processes often involve adding another person; safety watches, timed check-ins, and paper-based processes that fail…

Construction Worker Tech Finds New Jobsite Uses in Coronavirus Pandemic

With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the construction industry, ENR interviewed our CEO, Robert Costantini along with Rob Sullivan, Senior Vice President at AECOM Tishman. Hear how Spot-r is helping manage risk and add visibility to their jobsite in a new way during COVID-19. The Spot-r tag is integrated into the hotel site’s access control system, where workers are logged…

Gilbane applies CT tech to worker safety

HartfordBusiness.com covered Gilbane’s commitment to raising the bar for the construction industry when it comes to safety with its latest implementation of Spot-r by Triax. By adopting the suite of Spot-r products, including the Clip which detects fall events and sends an alert to designate personnel, and EvacTag, Gilbane is greatly reducing the time it takes…

Gilbane Building Company Implements Wearable Safety Technology on Construction Sites

Innovative approach to site safety improves incident response time for construction workers and increases productivity for owners Providence, RI – May 14, 2018– Gilbane Building Company is raising the bar for the construction industry when it comes to safety with its latest implementation of wearable devices that detect slips, trips, and falls on the job,…

Crains: Construction industry turns to wearables for safety and efficiency

In an industry with tight timelines, tight budgets, and a tight labor market, companies are turning to Internet-connected wearables and other devices to improve visibility, monitor for unsafe conditions or fall events, and build smarter than before. Triax CEO Chad Hollingsworth spokes with Crain’s about using technology to connect a diverse workforce, boost site safety,…

In Recognition of Safety Week, Triax Technologies Shares Best Practices for Jobsite Safety

Highlights Growing Role of Technology in Helping Keep Construction Workers Safe  NORWALK, Conn., May 1, 2018 – In recognition of Safety Week, taking place May 7-11, 2018, Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for the connected jobsite, today shared key strategies construction firms can implement at all levels of their organizations to improve…

CONEXPO-CON/AGG: Jobsite Safety Advances to Keep Pace with Growing Construction Opportunities

Construction is an economic driver, estimated to grow globally by 67 percent from $7.2 trillion today to $12 trillion by 2020. Despite this rapid growth, the industry continues to struggle with challenges that other industries have long overcome, including a lack of visibility and business intelligence across jobsites and project participants. In this piece for…

Triax Technologies Teams with Oracle Construction and Engineering to Enhance Construction Safety, Productivity

Integration will enhance connected jobsite, construction technology ecosystem NORWALK, Conn., April 10, 2018 – Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for the connected jobsite, today announced it is collaborating with Oracle Construction and Engineering to help customers transform their businesses through innovative technology and real-time data. This announcement is part of an effort…