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Doosan transparent bucket wins at Matexpo
‘Transparent Bucket’ system wins for innovation and safety
Hexagon introduces new laser scanning sensors
Tech company’s Leica BLK ARC and Leica BLK2FLY join the BLK series of autonomous surveying products
Webinar aims to define Construction 4.0
November 16 event to examine data’s impact on construction industry 
New ‘smart’ Kansas airport terminal
Siemens and IT provider SITA to integrate new technology, such as automation, into new terminal
How construction change is spearheading move to zero carbon
The pace of change and innovation has accelerated sharply as the industry searches for the best routes to a more sustainable future
Autonomous equipment can “fundamentally reshape” construction
Founder of construction tech company on the vast potential of autonomy for construction
Trimble launches investment fund focused on digital transformation
US$200 million fund to focus on companies in areas such as AI, autonomy, robotics and virtual and augmented reality 
Caterpillar and BHP to develop zero-emissions mining trucks
Caterpillar and resource company BHP to develop zero-emissions mining trucks at BHP sites
Electric pump launch from Gorman-Rupp
New E-line centrifugal pumps can be powered by a mains supply, battery pack or car charger
Benefits and challenges of modular construction
Modular structure is proving popular for a wider range of construction projects
AI release promises construction quality control leap
TÜV SÜD and Contilio partner on automated construction inspection system
Bauer reveals eBg electric drilling rig
Company says electrification now entered ‘standard portfolio’ of equipment
US infrastructure bill has US$100 million for tech
President Biden’s US$550 billion infrastructure bill includes $100 million to accelerate deployment of digital construction technologies
Cat launches remote control kit for large excavators
Cat Command for Excavating now available on six 20 to 40 tonne excavators in the North American and Japanese construction equipment markets
Digital twins enter construction mainstream
The Covid-19 pandemic and advances in computing are pushing the use of ‘digital twins’ into the construction mainstream
AI could help reduce building emissions
Algorithm can predict energy rates in a split second, potentially improving design and renovation
SDLG’s electric excavator
China-based OEM unveils electric excavator and other energy-saving machines 
US$30 million investment for AI firm Buildots
Investment to allow Buildots to double size of global team
Palfinger attack highlights escalation in cyber crimes
What lessons does the Palfinger case have for the wider construction equipment industry?
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