All Surveying/drones Articles

The sky’s the limit: the latest in drone technology
Drones are increasingly accepted as part of the construction process and their applications for the sector are ever evolving
Video interview: how construction can make the most of technology
Troy Dahlin, VP Heavy Construction Segment US/Canada, Leica Geosystems, on how tech can help construction save time and money 
7 technology trends in construction for 2023
Microsol Resources outline potential technology trends
Hexagon opens technology test site
‘T-Site’ in Denmark will offer ‘real-world’ demonstrations of heavy construction solutions
Construction technology trends for 2023
Burcin Kaplanoglu from Oracle outlines top construction technology trends for 2023
Autonomous drone solution for remote visability
The new product line gives autonomous visibility into tasks like site inspection and monitoring, mapping, and situational awareness
Hexagon’s flying scanner listed on Time’s Best Inventions of 2022
Time compiled the list via solicited nominations from its editors and correspondents around the world
New products and services announced at Trimble Dimensions
New Construction Cloud, robotic total station and new autonomous robotic partnership announced at industry event
Trimble to collaborate on autonomous surveying solution
The solution will integrate Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot, the ExynPak powered by ExynA, and the Trimble X7 total station
Topcon reveals earthmoving equipment technology
MC-Mobile combines surveying and machine control tech for mini excavators
Trimble to host ConTech demonstrations at Bauma
The stand is based 4 km from the main fairground
Drone market to be worth US$89 billion by 2030
Oil and gas industry predicted to be key driver in commercial adoption of drones
Xwatch expands dealer network in New Zealand
Global Survey to offer the full XS Series of movement restriction systems
How can ground penetrating radar benefit construction?
John Rodgman, managing director of Borehole Solutions looks at the capabilities of the technology
ConTech: Not a silver bullet, but a long-term partner
Matt Desmond of technology giant Hexagon’s Heavy Construction division, talks to Construction Europe about the benefits to contractors of adopting digital technology
How technology is keeping Rail Baltica on track
International project is utilising technology as it moves to the construction phase
New drone software cuts costs on HS2
Drone software used on HS2 improves workflows and mitigates risk on site
Komatsu launches Smart Construction Retrofit Kit
Kit turns conventional machines into “intelligent” ones
Komatsu to acquire Mine Site Technologies
Company is a connectivity solution provider for underground mining 
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