ELD Mandate: Deadline Approaching

December 18 is fast approaching, and for commercial drivers, this is an important date. It is the day that the ELD (electronic logging device) rule begins to go into effect, and construction companies need to understand the mandate and how to comply.

Keeping an Eye on Telematics

Cameras have proved to be beneficial for tracking progress and offering new perspectives of the construction site, as well as instrumental in improving safety for fleets everywhere.

Home Automation for Builders

Home automation continues to impact the construction industry, as homebuilders look for new technology to incorporate into homes.

Smart Home Moves Forward

For the construction industry, smart-home technology is changing how houses are built—and technology providers are continuing to evolve the platforms for the home.

Canon USA Creates a Digital Imaging Solution

Canon U.S.A, www.usa.canon.com, is providing printing convenience with the release of PIXMA MG3620, a wireless inkjet with an AIO (all-in-one) printer for high-quality photo and document printing.

A Look Back

In 2001, OxBlue began R&D (research and development) of a solution that would deliver hardware, software, back-end infrastructure, and communications technology all within one system.

Data in Oilfield Construction

For contractors working in the oil and gas industry, sensors are often put in place to monitor oilfield and pipeline assets.

Secure BYOD for Construction

Security remains a top concern for construction companies looking to integrate BYOD (bring-your-own-device) policies and best practices into their business environments.

Smart City Pilot

These days, cities are becoming more connected, leveraging sensors and other wireless devices alongside the existing infrastructure.