WSO2 to Present Workshops Analyzing Big Data Streams From Internet of Things Devices in London and Houston


Today, enterprise teams seek to gain a competitive edge by acting on strategic and tactical intelligence recommendations to strengthen business performance, revenue growth, and customer service. WSO2 will present two workshops that explore how organizations can gain deeper, just-in-time insights through big data captured from Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other information feeds.

The half-day “Big Data Streams, Small Internet Things, and Enterprise Dream Team” workshops being held in two cities in July:

Gaining a Competitive Edge By Delivering Big Data Streams

The workshop will explore how to enable a more adaptive business by creating big data activity streams, triggering events, and delivering contextual data that has been captured from intelligent controllers within a multitude of IoT devices and connected business information feeds—including clearinghouses, ad networks, and weather services, to name a few.

This solution architecture workshop will describe how leading enterprises are structurally improving business performance, revenue growth, and customer service by delivering big data streaming solutions containing big data repositories, complex event processing (CEP), adaptive workflow triggers, and dashboards. The workshop will explore best practices by guiding attendees through proof-of-concept demonstrations, real-world use cases, architecture reference diagrams, and facilitated discussion. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to describe their scenarios, ask questions, and learn from WSO2 experts and their peers.

Key topics will include: 

  •     Why businesses are shifting from static workflows to adaptive business activities triggered by big data streams and events
  •     Why teams are building business solutions around business activity stream events and contextual data
  •     What architectural components deliver complex temporal pattern matching, big data discovery, accessible APIs, and real-time notifications
  •     How IT teams are reshaping business interactions, connecting things and streams, and enhancing business performance
  •     How to define proof of concept (POC) project success metrics and infrastructure cost
  •     How to spin up a business activity monitoring (BAM) and CEP environment feeding user dashboards and triggering adaptive workflows

Workshop Presenters

London presenter Paul Fremantle is WSO2 co-founder and CTO, and he is co-chair of the OASIS Web Services Reliable eXchange Technical Committee. Recognized by InfoWorld as a Top 25 CTO, Paul was responsible for simultaneously leading development of the groundbreaking WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and Apache Synapse ESB. Paul has played a pioneering role in open source development, beginning with the original Apache SOAP project and his role in leading IBM’s involvement in the Axis C/C++ project. Paul is a member of the Apache Software Foundation, and he previously served as vice president of the Apache Synapse project.

Houston presenter Chris Haddad is vice president of platform evangelism at WSO2. Chris works closely with developers, architects, and C-level executives, as well as WSO2′s engineering team, to increase adoption of WSO2 open source technology, improve the middleware platform, and maximize customer value. Prior to joining WSO2, Chris led research teams as a research vice president at the Burton Group and Gartner advising Fortune 500 enterprise organizations and technology infrastructure vendors on adoption strategies, architecture, product selection, governance, and organizational alignment.

About WSO2

WSO2 delivers on the promise of the connected business with the only completely integrated enterprise platform that enables businesses to build, integrate and manage their APIs, applications, and Web services on-premises, in the cloud, and on mobile devices. Leading enterprise customers worldwide rely on WSO2’s award-winning 100% open source platform and its robust governance and DevOps functionality for their mission-critical applications. Today, these businesses represent nearly every sector: health, financial, retail, logistics, manufacturing, travel, technology, telecom and more. Visit to learn more, or check out the WSO2 community on the WSO2 Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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Barcode Integrator Mid-South Marking Systems becomes MSM Solutions


Mid-South Marking Systems, based in Memphis, is changing its name to MSM Solutions to better reflect its expanded line up of Auto-ID technologies for the retail, manufacturing, distribution and healthcare industries.

The company, co-founded by President and CEO Rick Summers in 1981, has grown from a regional to a global provider of barcode, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), mobile printing, and data capture technologies for customers across the U.S., Asia and Central America.

According to Summers, “We place a premium on research and development and have partnered with the leading manufacturers of thermal printing, RFID hardware, mobile computing and data collection hardware. The name change is a better reflection of what we do.”

The company’s proprietary PortalTrack software is designed on a customizable and scalable platform that can be easily integrated with a variety of host systems, and run on multiple operating systems.

Bar coding and RFID are the building blocks to the Internet of Things (IoT),” stated Tom Sheahen, vice president of sales, Zebra Technologies. “MSM Solutions, among other Zebra partners, is at the forefront of helping us provide more effective solutions that help organizations of all kinds be more competitive and connected.”

To learn more about MSM Solutions and its capabilities, visit or call toll-free 800-832-3170.

CIR Announces July 16, 2014 Date for Webinar on Active Optical Cabling


CIR has announced that the firm will host a webinar on Wednesday, July 16th at 1:30 PM EDT to present findings from the company’s ongoing coverage of the active optical cabling (AOCs) market. The firm has recently issued two reports that address data center applications and personal computing, consumer electronics and digital signage. Persons interested in registering for the webinar may do so at:

About the Webinar:

Markets for Active Optical Cabling: Critical Opportunities

July 16, 2014 at 1:30 pm EDT

This webinar will introduce CIR’s latest reports: Active Optical Cable Markets and Opportunities: 2014 to 2024

Volume I – Data Center Applications
Volume II – Personal Computing, Consumer Electronics and Digital Signage Applications

In this webinar, CIR President, Lawrence Gasman, will discuss how he sees the evolution of active optical cable (AOC) market in 2014 and beyond. Among the topics covered in this Webinar will be:

    •     How new opportunities are appearing for AOCs outside of the data center in digital signage, personal computing and consumer electronics
    •     Major product changes within the AOC space as 40 Gbps, 100 Gbps and high-speed IB connections become commonplace in the data center
    •     How the AOC market will be impacted by the arrival of all-optical data centers
    •     Impact of Chinese suppliers and other new entrants into the AOC space
    •     How macro-trends such the advent of SDN, virtualization, Internet-of-Things (IoT) and ultra-high definition TV will affect AOC demand.
    •     How AOCs of the future will evolve around consumer electronics standards such as such as USB and HDMI?
  •     Supply chains and branding evolve for AOCs

This Webinar will also share some of CIR’s current market forecasts for AOCs, with a discussion of how these break out by data rate, standards/MSA and length.

CIR has been providing market coverage of Active Optical Cables (AOCs) for more than six years, as this market has continued to grow and attract new entrants. CIR’s annual report on AOC market opportunities is now widely regarded as the most authoritative market forecast and technology assessment in the AOC space and is read by business development and marketing executives in cabling, component and equipment firms throughout the world.

This Webinar report is primarily focused on business strategy, analyzing the sectors of corporate networking in which AOCs are likely to find a market and identifying the main opportunities markets.

For additional information about CIR please visit the firm’s website at

WSO2 Presents Summer School Class on Addressing Internet of Things Security Challenges


The rapid adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) interactions are bringing new challenges to protecting privacy and data. The third WSO2 Summer School class of 2014 will address the security issues around IoT and M2M devices, including hardware challenges, network and encryption, software and cloud challenges, and identity and access control.

The interactive online class, “Security – Your Thing is pwnd – Security Challenges for IoT,” will be led by WSO2 Co-founder and CTO Paul Fremantle. It is being offered at no cost as a part of the WSO2 Summer School 2014 program. The session will be held on Thursday, July 10, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Pacific.

To attend the class, register at

Securing the Internet of Things

The class will address the challenges of using widely adopted protocols, such as the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT), and the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP).

Paul will begin by examining encryption, federated identity, and authorization models. He then will drill down on encryption issues, including discussions of:

  •     Securing MQTT with the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol
  •     Facing challenges with the Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform
  •     Using hardware encryption for microcontrollers

Next, Paul will explore the key privacy requirement of giving users control over how their things collect and share data in user-centric IoT use cases. Additionally, he will discuss the issues with applying protocols, such as OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect to the M2M world, as well as review existing proposals and activity for extending M2M protocols to include federated identity concepts. Finally, Paul will explain how to create best practices for IoT security and defend against the hacking of IoT devices.

For architects and developers who want to learn more about IoT best practices, WSO2 has published a white paper, “A Reference Architecture for the Internet of Things.” The paper is designed to provide an effective starting point for addressing the major requirements of IoT projects and systems. It can be downloaded at

About the Presenter

WSO2 Co-founder and CTO Paul Fremantle is also co-chair of the OASIS Web Services Reliable eXchange Technical Committee. Recognized by InfoWorld as a Top 25 CTO, he was responsible for simultaneously leading development of the groundbreaking WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus and Apache Synapse ESB. Paul has played a pioneering role in open source development, beginning with the original Apache SOAP project and his role in leading IBM’s involvement in the Axis C/C++ project. Paul is a member of the Apache Software Foundation, and he previously served as vice president of the Apache Synapse project.

About Summer School 2014

Since 2009, the popular WSO2 Summer School program has helped more than 2,000 enterprise IT architects and developers become more familiar with software technologies and best practices. The all-new classes for 2014 will focus on the latest developments of the Internet of Things, the set of devices and systems that interconnect sensors and actuators (things) to the Internet, which is fast becoming the next major development in IT. Taught by some of the industry’s leading technical experts, the classes offer an opportunity to obtain thousands of dollars worth of professional training at zero cost. To sign up for additional classes or view recordings of past sessions, visit

About WSO2

WSO2 delivers on the promise of the connected business with the only completely integrated enterprise platform that enables businesses to build, integrate and manage their APIs, applications, and Web services on-premises, in the cloud, and on mobile devices. Leading enterprise customers worldwide rely on WSO2’s award-winning 100% open source platform and its robust governance and DevOps functionality for their mission-critical applications. Today, these businesses represent nearly every sector: health, financial, retail, logistics, manufacturing, travel, technology, telecom and more. Visit to learn more, or check out the WSO2 community on the WSO2 Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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PINC Announces Next Generation Enterprise Yard Management Solution


Integrated yard management, dock door scheduling, and Real-Time Location System (RTLS), powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) and delivered on Amazon Web Services.

PINC Solutions, the world’s #1 provider of enterprise yard management solutions, today announces the availability of Advanced Yard Management System (YMS) Version 4.5

PINC’s Advanced YMS delivers a comprehensive cloud-based solution that includes dynamic dock door scheduling, spotting optimization, tasking algorithms and analytics. By providing real-time sensor data to existing supply chain systems, PINC establishes a system of record, eliminates duplicate data entry, accelerates gate velocity and increases the value of WMS, TMS and ERP investments. The continuous collection of operational data allows PINC customers to quickly identify exceptions so that they may take appropriate actions.

Highlights of version 4 include capabilities for:

  •     Extensible Internet of Things (IoT) sensor platform supports multiple sensor types
  •     Real-time dock door scheduling
  •     Smartphone and tablet enabled
  •     Enterprise enabled for tracking trailer shipments across multiple facilities
  •     Reefer monitoring option for recording temperatures, fuel levels and cooling cycles
  •     Increased scalability and reliability by using Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) platform

“We have made significant technology investments to better serve our customers,” said a Ken Heller, SVP of Supply Chain Excellence at DSC Logistics. “By collaborating with PINC we developed the capabilities to integrate our WMS with PINC’s YMS. This provides the real-time visibility and execution capabilities to significantly improve turn-times for drop and live loads.”

“Our customers and partners demand more value from their YMS solutions,” stated Matt Yearling, PINC’s CEO. “This pivotal release includes modern integration technology, mobility and dock scheduling capabilities into a single turnkey solution, eliminating the need for stand-alone alternatives.”

About PINC Solutions 

The world’s leading brands use PINC yard management and supply chain execution solutions for Manufacturing, Retail, Logistics, and Transportation industries. PINC’s cloud-based services allow organizations to orchestrate and optimize supply chain execution across their extended trading partner networks.

PINC is the market leader in delivering real-time location based yard management systems utilizing an extensive Internet of Things (IoT) sensor network, including RFID, GPS and Cellular technologies. PINC’s latest solutions extend this capability by offering enhanced visibility and collaboration enabling customers to reduce costs, optimize inventory management, increase velocity and improve asset utilization.

Learn more about PINC Solutions at

OurHelix Challenges Small Business and Provides Considerations to Further Prepare for the Internet of Things


The internet of things is the connection of units including items such as household appliances, cars and computers with embedded technology to communicate and interact with other units and the surrounding environment; OurHelix challenges small businesses to consider the impact and plan now for the inevitable changes to their future business strategy.

Gartner Inc. predicts The Internet of Things (IoT) “… will grow to 26 billion units by 2020”.

An interconnected world would be possible with processors and sensor technology that includes automatically transferring data over a network, without requiring human or a human computer interaction. Meaning, there would be an automated flow of data between various types of units including data on how humans interact with specific units.

OurHelix, a Chicago-based digital agency has challenged leaders to consider the impact the internet of things has and will continue to have on their brands, businesses and organizations.

“As businesses leaders we are already seeing the impact smart phones are having on how consumers experience our services and products through the interconnected world. That interconnectivity is going to escalate and businesses need to rethink how they can modify their services and processes to better accommodate how consumers demands will change”, says Amy Nedoss, co-founder of OurHelix.

For examples and tips of how leaders may need to conduct their business differently, consider the following:

    • Auto insurance companies could change their pricing model to charge for the amount of miles a customer actually drives. That customer detailed data may easily become available in the near future.
    • Retailers could send information and coupons about a product to a consumer’s smart phone as they stand in front of an in-store display. The information could include recipes or creative ideas for ways to use that product. This would change the face of how future advertising is conducted.
  • Household appliance retailers and manufacturers could embed processors so when an appliance is beginning to have a malfunctioning issue, a message is sent to a central command notifying the retailer to schedule a maintenance appointment. Or, a message could be sent direct to the manufacturer to order a new part component.

As interconnectedness intensifies consumer’s needs will also likely change. A product driven mind-set will give way to the need for even more of a service driven culture. Those leaders who accept, modify and integrate the changes will stand-out from the competition.

OurHelix is cautioning leaders to rethink about their business, their customers, what they offer and how they offer it. OurHelix is asking business leaders to share their stories, ideas and thoughts about what the Internet of Things means for their 2, 5 and 10 year business vision.

OurHelix is a digital agency of marketers and technologists that create custom solutions combining the web, social and customer relationship management (CRM). By listening to a client’s goals and learning about their business, OurHelix crafts a solution tailored to help businesses get found, obtain more leads and manage their clients from a central command.

Local Collaboration Targets Job Creation in the Internet of Things Market


Cubic Corporation announced today a collaboration with Gulf Coast State College (GCSC), the Port of Panama City and Gulf Power to create a high fidelity training and evaluation environment for products and services targeting the rapidly expanding Internet of Things market. This joint effort seeks to set an example of how new quality jobs can be created by combining the individual strengths and attributes of local businesses, educational institutes and government agencies. Local jobs in engineering, global logistics, cloud computing, big data analytics, cyber security, field engineering and customer support are anticipated.

The collaboration is an expansion of a joint effort between GCSC and Cubic which began in October 2011. The effort’s focus is to exploit technologies from an eight year, $30,000,000 jointly funded research and development program between Cubic and the U.S. Department of Defense that produced an advanced mesh networking protocol called mist®. While mist® related services have produced significant savings and improved data reliability during three years of operation at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait tracking and monitoring the tens of thousands of pieces of equipment, it is just beginning to be evaluated for commercial use. The validated security, scalability and power efficiency of mist® is unsurpassed making it ideal for application in the expanding Internet of Things market.

“It is time to take the mist® mesh network technology commercial and I can’t think of a better place to demonstrate that than Panama City, Fla.,” said Randall Shepard, vice president of Technology Innovations, Cubic. “The adjacent locations of GCSC and Port Panama City combined with the collaborative spirit of Gulf Power and the catalyst provided by the new Advanced Technology Center (ATC) make it unbeatable. Plus our local NGWC development team has over thirty years of continuous operations in Panama City.”

The next step in this collaborative effort extends the GCSC mesh network across Highway 98 to include Port Panama City (an ideal evaluation environment). “The Port of Panama City is excited to contribute to this effort. By providing a realistic environment for the evaluation of the latest technologies, we get to see first-hand what works for us while providing real data for students and industry to develop commercially viable products and services,” said Wayne Stubbs, director, Panama City Port.

“This joint effort represents the true essence of why we were so resolute in seeking the funding and development of the Advanced Technology Center,” said Dr. James Kerley, GCSC president. “I feel this will serve as a model for collaboration between educational institutes, government agencies and the private sector resulting in quality local jobs and economic expansion. This is just the beginning.”

One of the first applications planned for evaluation is the advanced notification of in-bound traffic to the Panama City Port. This will entail the installation of self-contained readers on Gulf Power poles reporting the passing of tagged vehicles, chassis, and containers 10-15 minutes prior to arriving at the port. This will minimize the in-processing time for vehicles, saving the drivers’ time and reducing the potential for long queues which cause traffic congestion and increased pollution at larger ports and border crossings. The equipment and operating costs are forecast to be a fraction of current approaches for similar services.

“Gulf Power is excited to participate in this effort by helping to form a strategic network across Bay County,” said Jennifer Conoley, Gulf Power Economic Development Representative. “Because this program has other benefits, such as student training and local job creation, we see this as a win-win for our local community.”

Dr. George Bishop, vice president for Academic Affairs said, “the College’s agreement with Cubic and the Port along with the cooperation of Gulf Power is a great example of a partnership that provides tangible benefits on all sides—an open product development and demonstration site for corporate and government partners, and equipment and ‘live’ data for students in our Network Systems Technology program.”

Professor Guy Garrett, leading cyber security and information technology programs in the Advanced Technology Center, has been working with Cubic to teach students how to harness the information that is constantly taken from the mist® mesh network. GCSC students are designing the software and interfaces that will enable business and industry to more efficiently manage transportation and logistics through Automated Identification Technology (AIT) and wireless mesh networks.

About Cubic Corporation

Cubic Corporation is the parent company of three major business segments. Cubic Transportation Systems is a leading integrator of payment and information technology and services for intelligent travel solutions. Cubic Defense Systems is a leading provider of realistic combat training systems and secure communications. Mission Support Services is a leading provider of training, operations, maintenance, technical and other support services for the U.S. and allied nations. mist® is a registered trademark of Cubic Corporation.

ADLINK Announces High Speed PXI Express Digitizer with x15/x50 Signal Conditioning Module


ADLINK Technology, Inc., a leading global provider of cloud-based services, intelligent gateways, and embedded building blocks for edge devices that enable the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the release of its new PXIe-9848H 8-CH 14-bit 100 MS/s high speed PXI Express digitizer. The PXIe-9848H features a x15/x50 signal conditioning module providing both a high input voltage range of ±100V and high dynamic performance to deliver the optimum solution for measurement range expansion in a PXI system. The PXIe-9848H is ideal for a wide array of applications in automotive control, power supply testing and scientific research industries.

“In conventional high voltage measurement, users have been required to develop their own attenuators or devote extra expense to additional instrumentation amplification, which in turn occupied another peripheral slot,” said Catherine Wu, senior product director of ADLINK’s Measurement and Automation Product Segment. “ADLINK’s PXIe-9848H’s highly integrated mechanical design takes up only a single slot, representing an optimized solution and saving time and costs for system development.“

The PXIe-9848H’s signal conditioning module provides 8 simultaneous analog inputs and 15:1 or 50:1 attenuation ratio, implemented with solid product design and strict verification testing to ensure maximum performance, thereby enabling the high dynamic performance of 63.5 dB SFDR and 55.5 dB SINAD while supporting high input voltage range of ±100V. In addition, the PXIe-9848H provides software selectable input impedance, over-voltage protection and AC/DC coupling to maximize convenience.


In addition, the PXIe-9848H’s 8-channel design and the variety of implementations, including PXI Trigger and built-in phase-locked loop (PLL), enable precise, simultaneous, multi-channel sampling. Synching with other analog and digital instruments to increase channel-count or mixed-signal test systems is simple and convenient.

The PXIe-9848H supports Windows 8/7/XP and is fully compatible with third-party software such as LabVIEW™, MATLAB® and Visual Studio.NET®. ADLINK further provides measurement APIs to simplify programming of rise time, overshoot, turn-on delay and many other functions.

For more information on ADLINK’s PXI Express products and platforms, visit


ADLINK Technology is enabling the Internet of Things (IoT) with innovative embedded computing solutions for edge devices, intelligent gateways and cloud services. ADLINK’s products are application-ready for industrial automation, communications, medical, defense, transportation, and infotainment industries. Our product range includes motherboards, blades, chassis, modules, and systems based on industry standard form factors, as well as an extensive line of test & measurement products and smart touch computers, displays and handhelds that support the global transition to always connected systems. Many products are Extreme Rugged™, supporting extended temperature ranges, shock and vibration.

ADLINK is a Premier Member of the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance and is active in several standards organizations, including PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG), PXI Systems Alliance (PXISA), and Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies (SGeT).

ADLINK is a global company with headquarters in Taiwan and manufacturing in Taiwan and China; R&D and integration in Taiwan, China, the US, and Germany; and an extensive network of worldwide sales and support offices. ADLINK is ISO-9001, ISO-14001, ISO-13485 and TL9000 certified and is publicly traded on the TAIEX Taiwan Stock Exchange (stock code: 6166).

Quest Solution and Zebra Technologies Enter Into Commercial Agreement


Quest Solution, Inc, is pleased to announce the signing of a commercial agreement with Zebra Technologies to use Zatar, Zebra’s Internet of Things (IoT) platform. Cloud based Zatar is a multi-sensor integration IoT platform for connecting legacy and smart devices, such as iBeacons, printers and RFID to the Internet that enables third-party applications to easily work with the devices over an open source API.

“Through our long relationship with Zebra and now Zatar we have simultaneously expanded our service offering and ability to attract new clients to Quest Solution,” said Jason Griffith, CEO of Quest Solution. “Zatar provides another high-efficacy element to an already robust, market proven suite of technology under the Quest Solution banner.”

Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) is a fundamental building block of IoT and having a platform that supports sensor technologies and AIDC are keys to the adoption of IoT.

“Zatar is an innovative new offering from Zebra Technologies. As Quest Solution drives deeper into application and solutions development with our customers, the Zatar platform has tremendous appeal,” added George Zicman, SVP of Sales for Quest Solution. “We have been a Zebra partner for many years and are excited to offer this exciting new product to our solutions portfolio.”

For more information

About Quest Solution, Inc.: 

Quest Solution, Inc. is a leading provider in the technology, software, and mobile data collection systems business. The Company intends on continuing to acquire existing companies with revenues and positive cash flow.

Quest Solution, Inc. serves as a national mobility systems integrator with a focus on design, delivery, deployment and support of fully integrated mobile solutions. The Company takes a consultative approach by offering end to end solutions that include hardware, software, communications and full lifecycle management services. The highly tenured team of professionals simplifies the integration process and delivers proven problem solving solutions backed by numerous customer references.

About Zebra Technologies

A global leader respected for innovation and reliability, Zebra Technologies Corporation offers technologies that give a virtual voice to an organization’s assets, people and transactions, enabling organizations to unlock greater business value. The company’s extensive portfolio of marking and printing solutions, including RFID and real-time location solutions, illuminates mission-critical information to help customers take smarter business actions. For more information about Zebra’s solutions, visit and

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Constructech Announces Annual Technology Day Conference


What is the importance of technology in the construction industry? With Constructech magazine’s annual Technology Day, attendees can participate in the one-day conference on Friday, October 3 at the Sofitel San Francisco to discover new strategies for how to make best use of data to increase profits.

In today’s construction industry, there are several challenges that contractors and builders face within the competitive market. Technology is especially helpful in the construction market because it provides mass amounts of data that lead to several new opportunities. Construction professionals can use this data to gain valuable insight about a job.

To understand how to best use the data to increase their profits, construction professionals, as well as students and professors, can unveil new strategies at Technology Day, where the main focus this year will be turning tech data into profits for construction. Highlights for attendees will include learning about data in the lifecycle, what’s beyond the IoT (Internet of Things), the importance of collaboration, as well as other additional topics. Technology Day 2014 also features a special session on women in construction.

“Tech Day 2014 is an amazing opportunity for construction professionals to come and listen to peers speak, take notes on new innovative solutions, and brainstorm on new strategies for future implementations,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Constructech magazine and president of Specialty Publishing Co. “In today’s construction world, new technology is emerging and changing our market forever. Rather than sitting back and watching as these changes occur, our event gives GCs, contractors, owners, and builders a chance to embrace the changes and learn how to efficiently tailor the technology for their needs.”

Technology Day provides opportunities to network with professionals within the same industry. At this year’s Technology Day, speakers from different construction-related companies will be in attendance to discuss the usage of technology within the construction-technology marketplace. Speakers will interact with peers from the industry during panel discussions where they can share success stories.

In efforts to manage a business as effectively as possible, it is important to develop a competitive advantage over similar businesses in the industry. High performance businesses are constantly seeking out new ways to improve their customer relations and implement new strategies and technologies. Technology Day 2014 is the ultimate opportunity for businesses to experience and learn about evolution within the construction industry.

To read further details and register for the event, please visit the Constructech Technology Day Website.

About Constructech Technology Day 
Constructech Technology Day is a one-day conference that dives into discussions on the use of technology in the construction industry. The conference is open to a wide variety of attendees from project managers, CEOs, students, CTOs, IT directors, professors, and more. Technology Day provides attendees with the opportunity to identify ways to effectively use technology to be most efficient in the office and at the jobsite.