Join The Builders' Association for lunch and a WebEd on the Internet of Things, AI and Robotics
Date: July 17, 2018
Location: The Builders' Association, 720 Oak Street, KC MO, 64106
Time: 1:00 to 2:00 pm (sign in begins at 12:40 pm)
Cost: $45 Members and $65 Non Members (Lunch is included)
The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) at the jobsite is enabling unprecedented, real-time data collection and transfer via a network of connected devices. Existing technologies like mobile devices (phones, tablets) and site cameras as well as emerging technologies like wearables and sensors to name a few, are collecting previously unavailable data more affordably and efficiently than ever before. When combined with advanced data analytics, including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, these existing and frontier technologies can identify new patterns and trends, inefficiencies, and hazards, helping contractors build safer, smarter, and faster than ever.
During this dynamic live webinar, leading solutions providers Triax Technologies and Smartvid.io will dive into the technologies that are here today as well as some of the cutting-edge technologies that are shaping the future of the construction industry. Innovation is more than a buzzword. By championing a mix of practical – and experimental – solutions, embracing data, and working alongside industry partners to make it valuable, contractors can maximize what’s happening now and shape what’s to come in the future.
Chad Hollingsworth, CEO and Co-Founder, Triax Technologies Inc.: As Chief Executive Officer of Triax Technologies, Chad Hollingsworth brings to his role a passion to improve the built environment through cutting-edge technology and real-time data. In addition to his role as chief executive, Chad leads all business development and strategic partnership initiatives.
Josh Kanner, Founder & CEO, Smartvid.io: Josh is Founder & CEO of Smartvid.io. Most recently he was co-founder of Vela Systems, a pioneer in the use of web and tablet workflows for construction and capital projects. The company was successfully acquired by Autodesk in 2012 and has been rebranded as BIM360 Field.