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Satellite Systems
The use of GPS in the construction industry is becoming ever more widespread and includes machine control, surveying and equipment tracking applications. Becca Wilkins reports on the latest innovations in this sector.
Safety first
Hilti highlighted the importance the company places on health and safety when designing its power tools at its Innovation Day held at its headquarters in Liechtenstein. Becca Wilkins reports.
Greener machines
New road building and earthmoving machinery featuring the latest engines and machine control systems were showcased at Caterpillar's Road Ahead exhibition in Marrakech, Morocco. Becca Wilkins reports.
Small footprint
Atlas Copco Portable Air is developing lighter, smaller compressors and generators that it says will have a low cost of ownership. CE reports from the division's headquarters in Antwerp, Belgium.
Nuclear challenge
The UK's Magnox nuclear power stations are reaching the end of their working life. Decommissioning work is now under way on a number of the stations and CE reports on ongoing work on one such site in Wales, where the Trawsfynydd power station is being taken out of service
Atlas Copco acquires stake in Indian drilling companies
Atlas Copco (India) has agreement to acquire a 25% stake in Focus Rocbit and Prisma Roctools in India, subject to approval from the relevant authorities, for an undisclosed sum.
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