Project management platform developers have long worked to integrate BIM, scheduling and field-report processing into systems to analyze progress and improve planning, coordination and communication. Now there’s a new kid on the block. Software is available to automatically assess work status by applying image recognition technology to video from reality capture tools like 360º cameras that go along for the ride on supervisors’ job walks. By integrating such ubiquitous, unobtrusively acquired background data into project management platforms, systems are emerging that can analyze productivity against plan and resources, from day to day, and even issue warnings about looming delays.
Panelists from PCL Construction, Hensel Phelps and WeWork showcase how they’re experimenting with such tools on job sites and share how they believe this technology will transform data capture, progress tracking and resource planning.
Most organizations struggle with accessing and visualizing project resource plans all in one place. Bill Gustaw, Solutions Group Team Lead at CMiC, shows us how the CMiC Resource Planning module pulls all the information you need for each project into a single interface.
Learn about the first true Cloud service that enables seamless exchange of key data and documents between GCs, their networks of trade contractors and their venture partners. Presented by Oliver Ritchie (CMiC), Steve Cangiano (CMiC) and Keith McIntyre (GH Phipps).
This webinar explores how to get the right flow of concise, consistent and comprehensible performance data from the field to keep construction projects on track. Moderated discussion with speakers from JE Dunn, Allan Myers and Mark III.
Running your business should not be based on guesswork. Unique to the construction industry, CMiC Business Intelligence (BI) simplifies the extensive and ongoing management of data across the enterprise. By embedding directly into the core CMiC interface, the widgets and components function within existing screens—displaying reporting and analytical functionality in an environment already familiar to its users.
CMiC BI was developed using the same tools—and was built on top of the same database—as the rest of the CMiC platform, allowing any authorized member of the organization to access accurate and real time data without having to migrate, convert or merge the information first.
Take a tour of the CMiC BI dashboard, presented by Gord Rawlins, President & CEO, and Oliver Ritchie, VP of Technology & Innovation.
Steve Cangiano, Product Manager at CMiC, walks us through an overview of CMiC’s ’embedded’ drawing management capabilities.