Where Should the Tracker be Installed?

There are a variety of different tracker types that are used to track an equipment fleet and when it comes to installation, the tracker’s placement can help with the performance and longevity of the tracker.

What Makes a Tracker Rugged?

We get asked for a “rugged tracker” a lot.  Understandably so, given our customers are contractors and the construction environment is rough.

Digital and Construction Infrastructure Spend What it means for Construction Technology Adoption

The mix of digital infrastructure and construction infrastructure spend will put more sectors of workers back to work. Construction and technology. 

How Construction Infrastructure and Technology Provide a Solution for Economic Recovery: Stopping a Pandemic Recession

As the world is going through the global COVID-19 pandemic every business and every individual has been affected. It has changed how businesses operate and whether they can stay open as “essential” or shut their doors permanently. The pandemic has spiked unemployment and put millions of people...

Tenna COVID-19

We know you have been receiving lots of messages and daily (sometimes hourly) reports on how COVID-19 is affecting our country and the world right now. 

Resources on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) for Contractors

There are a lot of questions surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it impacts contractors and the construction industry. 

Implementing for Success

Once you’ve decided to invest in and implement a new construction equipment fleet management system for your company, the fun begins. During your buying journey your vendor should have provided a comprehensive overview of their implementation process. Buyer beware: if your vendor says “Slap and...

The Buying Journey

There are a few phases and subphases of the buying journey that begin once you know where you want to go – or once you know what you are looking for. But before you start down this path to identify the best construction technology software for your business, be sure that you have determined the...

Your Guide to CONEXPO – CON/AGG 2020

When is CONEXPO –CON/AGG 2020? CONEXPO - CON/AGG kicks off on March 10, 2020 and runs through March 14, 2020.

Choosing the Right Solution

When looking for ways to improve business, Owners and their Management team spend a great deal of time looking at inefficiencies and how to better their operations so that they can make more money. They don’t have to look too hard to find that there is a lot of waste within their equipment...

Challenges for Technology Adoption

You probably have already heard or read about the “cautions” of implementing a new technology, but I am not here to be a naysayer. I am here to help you get prepared for what may or may not happen.

A Guide to World of Concrete 2020

When is World of Concrete 2020? World of Concrete kicks off on February 3, 2020 for educational seminars and on February 4, 2020 for exhibits. The show runs until February 7, 2020.

Setting KPIs for Technology Implementation

If you are reading this, you are probably on your way to implementing a new technology and want to be able to “show” that it is working. However, you may not be sure where to start or what really “matters” in the grand scheme of things.

Construction Industry Trends for 2020: Technology

As 2019 winds down and you are looking toward a new year with new opportunity, here are some construction industry trends specific to construction technology to watch out for.  

4 Construction Industry Challenges for 2020

2020 will mark the end of a decade and a fresh start into a new year and period. For the construction industry, many of the challenges wrestled with in 2019 will carry over into 2020. I predict, and many will agree, that these will and there will be a new one to add to the challenges facing the...

5 Reasons to Embrace Construction Technology

It is no secret and it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone reading this that construction technology is being released at an exponential rate.  McKinsey reported construction technology as a growth area and startup funding is investing billions in this growing industry.

What is Construction Technology?

This is a common question. It is a good one and it is more widespread than you may think. Currently, construction technology is used for bidding, project management, advancements in equipment and tools, and the list goes on.

A Guide to World of Asphalt 2019

When is World of Asphalt 2019?

Tracking Hours of Service in Construction

The US Department of Transportation sets rules for commercial vehicles that mandate drive-time and rest-time tracking. These figures are used to ensure drivers get enough rest while on the road. These requirements seem obvious to long haul trucking companies, but these rules also apply to the...

Best Practices for Preventing Theft on Small and Mid-Sized Assets

  In my experience, business owners in the construction industry all have issues with theft prevention.  If you find yourself in this position, know you are not alone.  Having your tools and equipment “walk away” from a job site...

A Guide to World of Concrete 2019

When is World of Concrete 2019? World of Concrete kicks off on January 21, 2019 for seminars and on January 22, 2019 for exhibits.  The show runs until January 25, 2019.

How GPS Tracking Works

GPS technology is so pervasive we rarely stop to think how it works. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a fascinating system serving billions of users that took decades to form. Let’s take look at how GPS tracking works and how it fits for asset tracking and fleet management.

3 Reasons Why Effective Managers Need Asset Tracking

Completing projects on time and within budget is a complex, challenging endeavor, especially if your business has several concurrent jobs spread over a broad geographic area. Asset tracking is a critical tool to helping teams control their assets. However, there is more to asset management than...

The Evolution of Vehicle Telematics: How we Got to Now

Telematics – the remote monitoring and collection of vehicle data – is nothing new. Through the use of location, speed, and engine computer data, telematics helps to reduce fuel and maintenance costs, improve coordination and scheduling, and helps with safety and compliance. With all these great...