WHEN: November 1, 2018 1:00 PM Central Time
TITLE: Intelligent and Connected Job Sites using IoT and AI
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This webinar presents the impact of IoT sensors - visual and location data to automate data collection from the construction sites in real time. In the last decade, we saw industries evolving from paper based process to digital data management, However, passive and real time data collection is only possible now with the influx of new sensors and networking technologies. Combined with its lowering cost and increasing complexity and risk of construction projects, the opportunity to transform the industry with data driven decision making is massive.
During the webinar we will show you :
- The impact of real time data on productivity
- How to predict and prevent delays, cost overruns and safety incidents using data and artificial intelligence, and
- How to optimize productivity
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Construction managers, project controls professionals, quantity surveyors, construction owners, client and anyone who is interested in adopting technology for improving productivity in construction.
Presenter: Niran Shrestha, CEO and co founder of onTarget.
onTarget is a real-time field Intelligence platform for the construction industry improving productivity and safety with AI-Driven predictive analytics. Niran is a Civil engineer & Data Scientist specializing in productivity, safety and digital twin. He previously worked at Parsons Brinckerhoff, United Nations and Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Capital Construction, Infrastructure and Real Estate projects in 3 continents and 6 countries. He has a Masters in Civil Engineering and Management from Columbia University. onTarget won Columbia engineering ventures awards and was recently selected by Forbes as one of the 6 Real Estate Startups Poised to Disrupt the Industry.
Host: Manjula Dissanayake, Ph.D., Chair AACE DRM Subcommittee
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