Use of Drones in the Construction Industry

Use of Drones in the Construction Industry

Use of Drones in the Construction Industry

Published by - On April 3, 2018

Drones are an exciting new technology, whose use continues to expand into new industries, and the construction industry is no exception. Typically, in today’s term, “drone” is used to refer to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and that is what we’ll focus on in this article. For reference, the Federal Aviation Administration refers to these craft as unmanned air Read More

Latest Developments in CNC Technology and What the Future May Hold

Latest Developments in CNC Technology and What the Future May Hold

Latest Developments in CNC Technology and What the Future May Hold

Published by - On November 14, 2017

CNC software has come a long way since the simple punch tape numerical controls used by the early machines of the 1950s. To provide a little context for the recent advances we discuss in this post, we feel a little history is necessary! The various punch tape methods mentioned previously evolved into several different codes used by the different manufacturers. These c Read More

Renewable Energy Growth is Changing More than Generation Portfolios

Renewable Energy Growth is Changing More than Generation Portfolios

Renewable Energy Growth is Changing More than Generation Portfolios

Published by - On September 20, 2017

Renewable Energy has recently experienced a huge surge in popularity in the United States, and throughout the world. The way we make power is shifting, like wind and solar power, along with natural gas, continue to replace coal and nuclear generation, as well as how we distribute that electric power, like wind and solar, is intermittent sources. However, the changes d Read More

Managing Collaborative Building Information Modeling Onsite

Managing Collaborative Building Information Modeling Onsite

Managing Collaborative Building Information Modeling Onsite

Published by - On August 14, 2017

There are two key drivers for managing BIM processes collaboratively onsite: Firstly, for years contractors have had difficulty in turning designs into cost effective, high quality, build solutions. The reason for this is that a large part of the construction based on traditional construction processes that are time intensive, prone to inconsistency, inaccuracy, an Read More