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Machine learning: It’s all about the data

Machine learning unlocks the opportunity for those in construction to make more accurate decisions quicker than ever before and to free up workers by using automation

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US contractor the first to use Opti-Clean Cube to fight pandemic

Modular walk-through station disinfects personnel before entering/exiting job sites

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Cat’s 313 excavator features next gen tech

Integrated software promises built-in operator efficiency, including payload and grade guidance

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Hyundai E&C and Hyundai Robotics form tech JV

Two companies sign partnership deal to research and develop construction robots

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The 2020 edition of the American Cranes & Transport Sourcebook is a valuable resource for the crane, rigging and specialized transportation sector.

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Machine learning: It’s all about the data

Machine learning unlocks the opportunity for those in construction to make more accurate decisions quicker than ever before and to free up workers by using automation

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VR/AR: The realities of modern construction

Construction technology is now blurring the lines between real and programmed structures

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FIEC: Industry needs strong recovery plan

A look at measures in place to help construction companies get through the Covid-19 crisis

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Quarry equipment: Material strains

The quarrying industry needs productive and efficient equpment to maintain business levels through the current crisis

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CECE: Brexit stakeholders must come together

CECE calls on all stakeholders in the Brexit saga to ensure business relations are maintained

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EFCA: Tackling one crisis in the midst of another

The European Green Deal must not be forgotten as we battle Covid-19

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Hydraulic breakers

Breakers are increasingly important as companies strive to make projects more cost-effective

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Drilling rigs: Dependable workhorses

Strength of offerings in drilling sector show its importance to construction and quarrying

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Hilti unveils its first exoskeleton for construction

In partnership with Ottobock, EXO-01 is slated for release globally later this year

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Bouygues and Dassault in tech partnership

Announcement reaffirms Bouygues’ digital transformation strategy for construction processes