All Trimble articles – Page 3

  • With Trimble's GCS900 grade control system for excavators the machine operator can build noise prote
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    First Austrian PPP road project uses GPS

    2009-01-29T15:40:00Z

    Equipment from Trimble is being used in the construction of the southern segment of the A5 Northern Motorway, north of Vienna, where the S1 and S2 motorways ('Ypsilon') branches are being built.

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    JV for Caterpillar and Trimble

    2008-12-11T15:03:00Z

    Caterpillar and Trimble have announced a new joint venture (JV) company and distribution agreement that will focus on applications for road construction, paving, heavy construction and quarry/aggregates worksites.

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    Cat and Trimble form new JV

    2008-11-11T11:16:00Z

    Caterpillar and surveying equipment manufacturer Trimble have announced a new joint venture (JV) company and distribution agreement that will focus on applications for road construction, paving, heavy construction and quarry/aggregates worksites, according to a statement on Trimble's website.

  • The new version of Trimble’s SCS900 Site Controller software increases workflow efficiency by provid
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    Surveying simplicity - developments in equipment and technology

    2008-10-29T16:19:00Z

    Surveying equipment manufacturers are continuing to simplify the instruments used in the construction industry as skilled surveyors in the sector are becoming increasingly rare.

  • McConnell Dowell Constructors has used Trimble’s SPS851 GPS+GLONASS receiver, SPS551H heading receiv
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    Cape Lambert Port upgrade

    2008-09-11T11:35:00Z

    McConnell Dowell Constructors has used Trimble's SPS851 GPS+GLONASS receiver, SPS551H heading receiver and HYDROpro Construction software during construction of a 256 m long wharf extension at Cape Lambert Port, Western Australia.

  • Brand new at Smopyc is Kobelco’s 110 capacity CKE 1100.
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    SMOPyC Preview: Spanish showcase

    2008-05-09T10:03:00Z

    Chris Sleight previews the Smopyc exhibition, which runs from 22 to 26 April.