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Construction IT specialist paints 2018 as “year of digital disruption”

Concrete Products shares Triax's trends and predictions for 2018, construction's "year of digital disruption." The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and accompanying developments, including integration, data analytics, and IoT/insurance relationships, puts construction in an …

In December, we shared our top trends and predictions for 2018 when it comes to construction technology. After a strong 2017, commercial contractors are gearing up for an even stronger 2018, and as construction companies …

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As the construction industry continues to embrace technology, artificial intelligence (AI) is finding more applications in the industry and at the jobsite. One study, for example, is using motion sensors and AI to follow expert …

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Triax President and COO Pete Schermerhorn caught up with BuiltWorlds to discuss the power of our on-site mesh network, the launch of our Spot-r EquipTag and what all this data means for the construction industry. …

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Safety remains a top priority for the construction industry, which employs almost 10 million people in the U.S. alone. While construction comprises less than 10 percent of the workforce, it accounts for 20 percent of …

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Last year was an important year for construction technology, and the adoption and development of digital systems for the jobsite is unlikely to slow in 2018. This is good news is that contractors that embrace …

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Keeping track of people, materials, and machines on busy construction sites is a constant challenge. GPS telematics systems can help, but as the phrase implies, it requires "systems" and clear line of sight to the …

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Ozobot blog looks at the dramatic technological and developmental improvements in the construction field over the past few decades, including when it comes to materials, 3D and offsite printing, wearable technology and overall site safety. …

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Recognized for Spotlighting the Role of Technology, Real-Time Data for a Safer, Smarter Jobsite Norwalk, Conn., Dec. 21, 2017 - Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for the connected jobsite, today announced that its …

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At Autodesk University 2017, The ConTechCrew sat down with Triax CEO Chad Hollingsworth and talked construction safety, wearable tech, and the Spot-r BIM 360 Integration. Watch the video on Autodesk's "Connect & Construct" blog to learn …

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