Tag Archive: mobile

Mar 20 2014

5 reasons why size matters when it comes to mobile devices on construction sites

Most of today’s mobile phones slip easily into a pocket.  This is both a strength and a weakness when it comes to using them to increase productivity on a construction site. The highly portable smartphone may have powerful functionality, but the small screen size makes it difficult to view detailed drawings and other information, or …

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Feb 28 2014

Zealous reports from first users of mobile defects app conjectMI

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Following the recent acquisition of mobile-first developer Wapp 6, the first customer deployments of our conjectMI Mobile Inspections & Defects Management software are now live. I caught up with Matt Ottaway, our head of key account management to find out a bit more about how customers were using the software.


Matt, 
before conjectMI, how were our …

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Feb 20 2014

Which mobile platform to use in AEC environments?

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As in most industries, across the broad swathe of Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) sectors, the Windows desktop operation system dominates. However, when thinking about which mobile operating system to use, the picture is more complex.

A bit of history – the first generation of on site construction productivity tools

In the mid-2000s, construction …

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Jan 30 2014

An interview with Wapp6 CEO Franck Meudec

Franck Meudec

CONJECT blog: Hello Franck, Wapp6 has been part of the CONJECT group for a short time now. Why did you pursue the opportunity and what impact does it have on Wapp6?

Franck Meudec: Wapp6 is a successful French company, offering software to assist parts of the plan-build-operate lifecycle, but we want to extend our product …

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Oct 16 2012

Further win for CONJECT highlights growth in fit-out sector

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Leading office design and fit-out company IOR Group has been appointed by Daiwa Capital Markets for the refurbishment of its 82,000 sq. ft. King William Street headquarters in central London. IOR Group will once again be using conject Project Control on this scheme following IOR’s successful delivery of the award-winning 90,000 sq. ft. fit-out of Gazprom’s …

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