Technology for Road Construction
MAY 29, 2020 technology, construction, risk management
Technology for Road Construction Road construction risks the lives of drivers and workers on a daily basis. In fact, work zone fatalities for drivers, passengers, pedestrians and bicyclists are all on the rise. Read More
​Get Help with Haptic Technology
MAY 22, 2020 technology, risk management
​Get Help with Haptic Technology Continuously monitoring the jobsite for unsafe behavior is a tough task, especially with current social distancing guidelines. But what if there was a technology that allowed employees to work independently, while still holding them accountable for risky behavior? Haptic technology, which is primarily used in wearable devices, can do just that. Read More
Big Data Means Big Things for Insurers
APR 13, 2020 technology
Big Data Means Big Things for Insurers Imagine what you could do with insight from numerous sources. Would you let 1,000+ reviews influence your buying decisions? Or, would you let market trends dictate what your next job should be? With big data, you can do all this and more. That’s why insurers are taking advantage of the insights big data provides to enhance their businesses and relationships with policyholders. Read More
​How Artificial Intelligence Finds Risk
MAR 18, 2020 technology, risk management
​How Artificial Intelligence Finds Risk While most people shy away from risk, artificial intelligence (AI) embraces it. The main reason for this? By understanding risk, AI can make jobsites and workers safer. Read More
How Does the Internet of Things Support Proactive Safety?
JAN 22, 2020 technologies, technology, construction
How Does the Internet of Things Support Proactive Safety? ​According to the National Safety Council, a workplace injury occurs every seven seconds. That adds up to more than 4,500,000 injuries every year. While companies can use traditional measures to counteract these risks, technology is making it easier to keep workers safe and understand patterns of loss. Read More
How Are Drones Impacting the Insurance Industry?
AUG 23, 2017 technology, construction, risk management
How Are Drones Impacting the Insurance Industry?

Drones – unmanned aerial vehicles that are piloted using a remote control or a computer – have been dubbed the next “disruptive technology.” The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has already issued over 770,000 drone authorizations for commercial use in the first 18 months since the registry first began. They’re already being tested for package delivery by UPS and Amazon – and Oscar Mayer even has an official WeinerDrone to potentially deliver their product to remote areas.

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3-D Grade Control Systems
JUL 31, 2017 Dave Galbraith, AVP Loss Control technology, construction
3-D Grade Control Systems Technology in the construction industry has the potential to help companies increase productivity, overcome skilled labor shortages, improve quality and reduce overall costs. One advancing technology can address all of these concerns: 3-D Grade Control Systems with machine controls. While this technology is not new, it has developed significantly the past several years. Read More
Cybercriminals: Growing Threat to Construction Industry
MAY 18, 2017 Dave Galbraith, AVP, Loss Control Technical Lead technology Tags: &, Casualty, Claims, Construction, Control, Insurance, Loss, Management, Property, Risk
Cybercriminals: Growing Threat to Construction Industry As the industry adds more and more technology to building processes, it’s become an increasingly attractive target for cybercriminals, who often are more sophisticated than we give them credit for. Although not considered true “construction equipment,” a contractor’s computers, laptops and mobile devices are the easiest points of entry to employee records and confidential client or financial information.  Read More