Longer Reads from Construction Europe

Smart Machines Deere’s Path To The Future
New strategy plus ’new vision and operating model’ to accelerate the integration of smart technology
Fully ranged: developments in telescopic boom lifts
There have been developments from the top to the bottom of the working height spectrum, as well as new power options
Roadbuilding: The road to recovery
Today’s road construction industry is re-evaluating its methods and approach to sustainability
GPS & telematics: monitoring the fleet
Keeping tabs on your construction equipment using real-time data can be cost saving and improve business operations
Excavators: A closer look at bigger diggers
Machines built to move large amounts of heavy materials can still be both refined and intelligent
Components: The building blocks
The advancement of components is continuing to drive further improvements in construction machinery.
How sustainability is shaping bridge construction
Structural engineering company Cleveland Bridge says future bridges must last longer and cost less
Foundations: The ups and downs of construction
Foundation drilling has become a more exact science in recent years. Construction Europe looks at the latest innovations currently making an impact on European construction sites
FIEC: EU taxonomy and sustainable activity
Contractors’ association examines EU’s plans to meet its Paris Agreement commitments
CECE: The road to economic recovery
The equipment association’s response to EU’s Covid-19 recovery plan and potential for construction funding
ERA: European rental’s Covid divide
UK and southern Europe hardest hit by Covid-19, but rental industry still has ‘bright future’
Interview: Giving construction machinery a brain
Scott Crozier of Trimble Civil Engineering and Construction says we’re only beginning to see what construction technology can do 
FIEC: A new spin on the circular economy
A closer look at what’s really new in the European Union’s Circular Economy Action Plan
Engines: Is diesel still king of the off-road?
So much ‘new power’ talk, but ultra-clean, ultra-low-emissions diesel engines still have a lot to offer
Industry interview: Bidding for success
Karl Werner, president, international, at leading used equipment auctioneer Ritchie Bros. explains why prices are holding firm 
BIM software shows the future
There is little doubt the post-Covid ‘new normal’ will see the rapid growth of digital technology in construction – with BIM at its very heart
Power generation: The powers that be
Traditional and alternative power sources both have their place in today’s construction equipment
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
VR/AR: The realities of modern construction
Construction technology is now blurring the lines between real and programmed structures
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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