Tuesday, May 19, 2015

New Smart Helmet hardhat paves the way for intelligent construction practices

Daqri, a developer of augmented reality products based in the USA has launched a hardhat called Smart Helmet.

While it may not have taken the internet by storm like tech giant Apple’s wearable, Apple Watch did, Daqri’s Smart Helmet adds a whole new perspective to how technology can be used to pave the way for intelligent construction practices.
The helmet can map out the entire construction site for its user, as well as notify the user about any maintenance requirements for machinery.Multiple Smart Helmet models can be integrated, meaning construction workers on large scale projects can stay connected through the helmet’s common interface instead of having to rely on cumbersome paperwork to come through. Construction companies can also develop their own apps to work with the helmet.
The company is expected to start shipping Smart Helmet models in October, but product pricing is yet to be revealed. Global tech circles, however, expect the helmet to come at a steep price.

More information available on the Construction Week post here: http://www.constructionweekonline.com/article-33696-six-must-have-construction-tech-tools/5/

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Surface Protection Provider, Builders Site Protection is offering FREE SHIPPING for a limited time only.  The new website at www.buildsitepro.com is now mobile responsive so customers can use cell phones, tablets, ipads and all types of technology and with enhanced functionality.  Free Shipping expires soon so now is the time to stock up on all your surface protection supplies.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

New Surface Protection website launch!

We're mobile friendly now to make it easier to get the surface protection and dust control information you need.  Whether viewing Surface Protection products on a desktop, laptop, ipad or phone, our website will be easier to see and use.  Give us a call at 866-788-6886 to find out more about how these products can help you get referrals or to turn your building over sooner.