Good technology design can reduce frustration and improve the faculty and student experience, enabling remote learners to be in the forefront or work alongside the in-person students and other remote students.
New technologies for visualization and reality capture are expanding what the AEC industry can do when assessing a site—an often-arduous task that doesn’t always capture the big picture or the small details.
New strategies are increasingly being used in colleges and office training environments that allow the participant to choose their best way to learn whether by attending a class in real-time (in person or online) or watching at their convenience—or a mix of those strategies.
Talk of office to residential conversions are everywhere these days. But these conversions aren’t as simple as they may seem — there are many engineering opportunities and challenges involved, and developers will be well served by having a full-service team in place before they begin.
Note: The following is a summary from the IMEG podcast, The Future Built Smarter. In keeping with the topic of this episode—artificial intelligence—the summary has been generated by ChatGPT using a transcription from the recording. In this podcast episode, host Joe Payne and co-host Mike Lawless discuss the topic of AI and its impact on
Engineering consultant Eric Vandenbroucke of IMEG explains how a microgrid technology strategy can enable healthcare facilities to remain operational indefinitely from, and independently of, the power grid.
A Healthcare Information Technology Champion can provide valuable insight into a project and serve as a liaison between the design team, owners, and more.
Proven, all-electric mechanical system heating sources have gotten closer to matching first costs of traditional gas-fired systems for multifamily housing projects while also providing long-term energy and maintenance savings and an improved indoor environment.
IMEG Science & Technology Market Leader Brandon Fortier talks about the challenges facing the S&T sector and other related topics in this Q&A.
IMEG Technology Market Leader Jeff Carpenter talks about the Internet of Buildings and other related topics in the following Q&A.