In: Materials and Inventory

7 Reasons Why Spreadsheets Create Havoc For Construction Projects

When it comes to managing construction materials, there are a few key material transactional process steps that are required for crews...

Augmented Reality on the Construction Site

In recent years, there has been an explosion of software-aided realities in the marketplace. Virtual Reality (VR) is an immersive experience...

Blockchain with IoT Creates Verifiable and Immutable Record Tracking for Materials

Listen in to Brittanie Campbell-Turner‘s interview with Intelliwave CTO,  Jordan Williams on how blockchain with IoT is being used to increase productivity and performance...

Simplifying Material Traceability and Quality Documentation using SiteSense®

Focus on traceability in the manufacturing, fabrication and construction sectors has increased significantly over the last number of years. Not having...

Real-Time Data to Make Managing Construction Materials More Efficient

Dale Beard, president and co-founder of Intelliwave Technologies sat down with Disruptor Daily as part of their new Future of Construction series which...

Keys to Efficient Preservation and Maintenance in the Construction Industry Continued

This is a continuation from a previously released article that can be found here. Our previous discussion on the Keys to...

How SiteSense® Makes Cable Management Easier for Construction

Electrical cable is an essential material for construction projects and is generally met with great difficulty when trying to manage the...

The Myth of the Single Source of Truth in Construction Projects

A “Single Source of Truth” is the practice of structuring information models and associated schemata such that every data element is...

How SiteSense® uses Blockchain for Construction Transactions

What is Blockchain Many people have heard of Bitcoin — the digital currency has skyrocketed in value since 2009 — and...

The Importance of Materials Management Interfacing with Engineering Design Tools

Materials Management does not begin when materials and equipment arrive at the fab shop, job site or warehouse. A robust materials...

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