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Technology

 

June 18, 2020
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Our worlds have changed drastically and we have become dependent on technology more than ever before. Join us for a discussion about technology tools that can be utilized for remote collaboration, and social distancing. Come listen to product specialists discuss their solutions to problems we have been facing for years.

Our Speakers:

  • Scott Anderson, Director of Sales, Cupix

A cloud-based software company founded in late 2015. They have developed a state-of-the-art 3D virtual tour solution that gives users an easy way to capture an indoor scene and create a true-to-life virtual experience.

  • Brian Kneafsey, Head of Sales and Customer Success, Doxel

Artificial Intelligence for Construction Productivity. Software that inspects quality and tracks progress so you can react in minutes, not months. Doxel gives your team the ability to track planned production against actual progress in the field.  The AI can alert your team to production issues giving you time to react and mitigate the impacts.

  • Thomas Banach, VDC Manager, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

FARO has teamed up with Boston Dynamics to use its Spot platform to autonomous realty capture.  The Spot robot can navigate projects on a preplanned path and capture 360 vide as well as laser scan data with its 28lb payload capacity.

  • Jason Gebhardt, VDC Manager, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Microsoft Remote Assist empowers teams to collaborate more efficiently by working together from different locations, using augmented reality through either a cell phone or HoloLens.  This tool lets you create more dynamic teams as you can take lost time due to traveling out of the equation. 

 

 

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