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Three ways technology is changing construction’s supply chain
Construction technology is on the rise but can it solve the supply chain shortage?
The truth about BIM software
Construction Europe talks to Fabio Ponzio of Hexagon Geosystems about why using building information modelling really can be good for business
Leica Geosystems release Leica AP20 AutoPole
Adjustable pole height ensures accuracy on projects says Leica Geosystems
Futureworx preview: site safety
Leading construction tech companies to showcase safety systems of the future 
Mace appoints low carbon structural engineer
The appointment will see Jessica Lovell lead Mace’s client carbon reduction target
Why BIM is important for the crane industry
BIM - the latest digital fad or here to change the construction process forever? 
Digital twin software calculates environmental footprints
Bentley Systems enhances digital twin platform to help industry achieve sustainable development goals
Schindler launches lift robots
R.I.S.E. technology increases efficiency and reduces risk in elevator installation
Project testing use of 5G technology
BAM Nutall using 5G network on remote island building site
XCMG to reduce carbon footprint of ‘key products’ by 32%
OEM says that by 2035 carbon footprint of key products, including excavators and cranes, will be reduced by 32% 
Risk of Russian cyber attack ‘heightened’
Security expert says construction firms could be a target for Russian hackers
First digital twin of a country
Digital twin made of densely populated island nation of Singapore
Trimble’s new interoperable design software
Projects, models and data are linked across Trimble software via a connectivity bundle
NASA to fund Moon-based construction
Space agency will aid companies and universities developing out-of-this-world building tech
Next generation surveying: A bird’s eye view
The construction surveying sector is embracing the use of digital tools such as drones and aiming to stay current with constantly evolving technology
BIM software market to be ‘worth US$21 billion’
Global BIM software market estimated to be worth US$21 billion by 2025, up from US$14 billion in 2021
Case showcases electric mini excavator
Manufacturer chooses US event for first show of expanded product range including electric model
CDBB announces free digital twin webinar
How digital twins can improve social, economic and environmental outcomes
Drone tech to cut CO2 on road project ‘by 90%’
AI-powered system in Lithuania aims to dramatically reduce the carbon emissions in road inspection
Construction surveying, new software and drones
The construction surveying sector is embracing the use of digital tools such as drones
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