Earlier this year, I wrote a blog focusing on the evolving nature of mobile in the construction industry, addressing everything from devices, to apps, and other related technology. Today, and in a series of blogs throughout the next few weeks, I would like to focus in on one area in particular—apps.
BIM (building information modeling) is at the heart of creative innovation and smart building. And the technology just keeps evolving. Case in point: BSD (Building Systems Design Inc.), www.bsdsoftlink.com, Atlanta, Ga., recently released the latest version of BSD LinkMan-E, a BIM linking product that has now been configured to permit cloud access.
Who is leading the connected race when it comes to connected technology for the construction industry? Identifying the top technology vendors sometimes plays a vital role in making implementation decisions for construction companies.
As many of you might already know I recently had a conversation with Epic BIM’s John Grady about the future of technology in construction—and he has some interesting thoughts that I want to explore in some more detail.
European estimating project-management software BrickControl, www.brickcontrol.com, Madrid, Spain, has entered the U.S. market.
Since 2011, FINALCAD, www.finalcad.fr, Paris, France, has set out to digitally transform the construction industry.
How the construction industry leverages technology is changing—and construction executives need to keep up or they are going to be left behind.
With its latest event, Apple, www.apple.com, is dominating the tech feeds once again.
Home security is an important part of owning a home. Increasingly, a connected home security system is becoming an equally important part of homeownership.
Today the Internet has become a common network for more and more companies, and is being used to make data available to all customers and partners. For many, being able to access data in the cloud improves business processes.