Multivista, a provider of documentation and software services for the construction industry, has entered a partnership with Procore, a provider of cloud-based apps for construction. Through an advanced integration, users of both services can immediately attach and reference Multivista-captured visual data to perform critical project functions within Procore.
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Viewpoint, a developer of ERP, project management and mobile solutions for the construction industry, is excited to showcase new solutions at the 2018 World of Concrete conference and trade show (Booths #C3302 & #C3308) at the Las Vegas Convention Center from January 23-26. Viewpoint will host a press conference on Tuesday, January 23 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Press Conference Room (N251) to further demonstrate new movement toward digital industry transformation and deeper connections between segments of customer organizations.
ConstructConnect, a provider of construction information and technology solutions in North America, has acquired the assets of Quote Software, Inc., a privately-held Eugene, Oregon based software company. Quote Software focuses primarily on estimating and building information modeling software and services for plumbing and mechanical contractors.
The rise of technology in the heavy construction industry has brought with it a growth in construction management software options. There are many different types of product on the market - so many that selecting the right one, or the right package, can be a challenge.
With each new model year, equipment is becoming more technology-rich - adding new standard features and optional add-ons that promise increased productivity and efficiency. While many contractors see the value in these technologies, they often have trouble determining if the cost to upgrade will be justified by ROI.
Bentley Institute Press, publisher of a broad array of textbooks and professional reference works dedicated to BIM advancements in the architectural, engineering, construction, operations, geospatial, and educational communities, today announced the availability of their newest title, Plain Language BIM, now available as both a print publication and as an eBook for Kindle and iOS devices.
Komatsu Ltd. (President and CEO: Tetsuji Ohashi) and NVIDIA Corporation (CEO: Jensen Huang) are partnering to improve the safety and productivity of construction jobsite operations by introducing AI. The announcement was made during Huang's keynote speech at GTC Japan, an NVIDIA-sponsored GPU Technology Conference held in Tokyo.
InEight, the project technology expert, played a critical role in HDR, a specialist in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services, winning one of four coveted 2017 buildingSMART International (bSI) Awards. This awards program recognizes projects that use tools and open standards developed by the buildingSMART International community to overcome interoperability challenges within the industry.
On today's construction sites, the use of technology is constantly spreading. There are any number of different systems that come into play during the design and build process, from 3-D drawing programs to machine control.
Viewpoint, has announced a partnership with Nvoicepay, a leader in payment automation software. Both companies are focused on bringing innovation to the construction industry and delivering immediate and measurable customer value.
The construction equipment industry is operating below its digital potential. Within the next years, companies need to adapt their organizations, further digitise their machines and operations and promote open innovation along the way. This will be central for the construction industry to remain competitive and will impact its dynamics and the OEM landscape drastically. The issue of construction machinery digitisation was discussed at the Technical Forum, held during the CECE Summit on October 12 in Brussels.
Floating effortlessly and able to be positioned with great accuracy, drones - also referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) - are becoming an increasingly popular tool in the construction industry.
Meeting schedules, staying on budget, and following design plans are the core principles for companies performing earthwork operations. Having a balance between these three responsibilities is a difficult task and requires the right combination of technologies to be successful. An enterprise aerial intelligence platform with purpose built earthwork analysis tools is giving construction and engineering companies the power to control the success of a project.