The IICTG 2017 conference will be held at the Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA from September 26 to 28, 2017. The theme for IICTG 2017 is “IC (Intelligent Compaction) – Past and Future”. Please visit the IICTG webpage for further information (www.IICTG.org).
The call for abstracts for the presentation at the IICTG conference is now open! You are invited to submit an abstract for presentation (< 300 words) in English before February, 2017 by using the IICTG contact webpage with the subject title: IICTG 2017 Abstract (http://www.iictg.org/contact/)
The topics of IICTG 2017 include:
- Integration of Intelligent Construction Technologies (ICT)
- Research and Implementation on Intelligent Compaction (IC) Equipment and Systems
- Research and Implementation on Paver-mounted Thermal Profiling (PMTP) Equipment and Systems
- Positioning Systems and Automated Machine Guidance (AMG) for Intelligent Construction
- Data Analysis and Reporting of Intelligent Construction Data
- Cloud Computing and Data Management for Intelligent Construction
- Standardization of IC Measurements, Data Exchanges, and Storage
- IC Specifications and Case Studies – Lessons Learn
The International Intelligent Construction Technologies Group (IICTG) is a source for knowledge and information on intelligent construction technologies for public agencies, contractors, consultants, academia, and other relevant industries.
IICTG provides a forum for the dissemination of knowledge concerning the collection, analysis, and application of information relating to intelligent construction technologies (ICT).
ICT consists of real time quality monitoring and process control during construction of foundation and pavements for highways, airports, railroads, dams, cities, and ports. ICT involves construction equipment technologies such as pavers, rollers, and other devices.
ICT also makes use state-of-the-art technologies such as Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), automated testing/monitoring (e.g., IC), 3D designs/modeling, automated machine guidance (AMG), Cloud computing, Civil Integrated Management (CIM) and Building Information Modeling (BIM), etc. The goals of ICT are to improve quality control and acceptance of constructions as well as reducing life-cycle cost of the above mentioned assets.