Giatec Makes 2018 Building Tech 50 List

Giatec is being recognized yet again, this time by BuiltWorlds’ 2018 Building Tech 50 List. We are proud to be one of the top 50 companies paving the way for smarter construction and connected buildings of the future in various categories, from lighting and windows to building management, security, and safety. Make sure to scroll through the entire list and check out the Structural Monitoring category for yours truly and our wireless concrete maturity sensors!

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