May 21-23, 2019 - Anaheim, CA

Construction Management Technologies

May 23 2019
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
262A

Construction Management Technologies

Track Names: AEC Next, AIA Accredited
Session Date: May 23 2019 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Session Credits: 1.5 AIA LU

The Future of Construction and Technology

With the rise in new construction technology, many companies are faced with using multiple programs to manage their project information which ultimately leads to information siloes. Having a true understanding of company and project health is very difficult in this environment as information often slips through the cracks. Until now, there were no means to find one single source of truth, one platform for all project data from numerous construction software programs. Alongside our core products, Procore has built a platform which currently connects over 120 construction softwares and growing. We understand the industry's desire for best in class technology, and we've partnered with companies like Turner, Mortenson, Skanska, Robins and Morton, and Suffolk to open our platform to other innovators. Companies can now cohesively use the technology they love with Procore, while maintaining a single source of truth for project and overall company health.

Speakers:

A-B-C: Artificial Intelligence, Building Information Modeling, and Computer Vision for Proactive Project Controls on Construction Sites

This talk presents how A-B-C (Artificial Intelligence, Building Information Modeling and Computer Vision) provide situational awareness for anyone online to feel like they are at a construction site in the past, present, or future. It also demonstrates how AI and predictive analytics empower executives and their project teams to better plan, coordinate, and communicate to keep their projects on schedule and on budget.

Speakers:

Mani Golparvar

Reconstruct Inc. | University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign

Modern IT Innovations: Changing the Conversation in Construction

Be prepared by the Ironman of IT to have the crucial conversations necessary to successfully integrate BIM, IoT, AR/VR, Reality Capture, and Business Intelligence at your Construction Company. IT Infrastructure is the foundation to successfully implementing these technologies across your organization. The increasing number of Infrastructure services has created an environment that allows businesses of all sizes to compete on a level playing field. Learn about some of the innovations allowing Construction Companies to scale with the growing demands and maintain business agility in the changing technology landscape.

Speakers:

Jeff Sample

JBKnowledge

Digitizing Construction Logistics

Construction projects are complicated logistical sites. The best executed projects are a symphony of people, equipment, and materials all being conducted by multiple managers. Construction professionals have been pushing for "manufacturizing" the job site. Every project site is a manufacturing facility that gets setup and then moved every few months or years. A manufacturing plant can take years to plan, design, build and bring on line. Bringing manufacturing to construction has been limited by the technology the industry has and uses. Only recently with the advances in cloud and mobile is it possible to facilitate taking construction to a just in time execution strategy. Jason Barber, from Assignar, will present on ways to digitize the complicated logistics of a construction site to make sure the right people, right equipment, right materials are all at the right site at the right time; the future of just in time construction.

Speakers:

Jason Barber

Assignar

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