Andrew Thomas, cofounder and chief revenue officer, SkyBell, shares his vision of connected homes and the future of smart-security systems with Peggy.
Dan Work, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, joins Peggy to detail how we can use cyber physical systems to design and build the fully connected roadways of the future.
Jose Luis Blanco, associate partner, McKinsey & Co., looks to the future, and predicts three big trends including: widespread adoption of augmented reality and virtual reality for training, safety, and to check progress; robots doing some of the work, and also exoskeletons; and a shift to more of a manufacturing-type production due to the labor shortage.
Jose Luis Blanco, associate partner, McKinsey & Co., says construction is a very complicated environment and its needs a holistic way to manage projects better.
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Mitchell Smith, president and cofounder, Pike Consulting Group, discusses what goes into implementing and enforcing safety and health compliance plans for residential construction crews.
Andrew Kahler, product marketing manager, John Deere WorkSight, gives an overview on how telematics used on construction equipment in the past collected data that was not useful and explains how diagnostic solutions are now highlighting machine trends over time.
Peggy Smedley opens the show with a discussion on hiring challenges and economic uncertainties that are hindering the construction industry.
Jim Kissane, construction industry expert, talks about the level of importance, as well as impact, the Internet of Things is going to have on the jobsites as the desire for smart cities go through the roof.