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How technology is keeping Rail Baltica on track
International project is utilising technology as it moves to the construction phase
EU grant of up to €17.5m for maglev start-up
Next-generation high-speed trains could be built to run on existing tracks
HS2 trials 100-tonne electric drilling rig
Bauer prototype produces 1,200kg less CO2 than diesel rig on Balfour Beatty Vinci JV site
UK’s HS2 harnesses AI for future stations
OpenSpace Group to lead on digital initiative to put passengers at heart of new station designs
Bentley praised for work on €825m UK rail project
Tech firm’s ProjectWise system aids collaboration between 30 companies on London’s Bank station
Tech company secures €11m metro contract
Technology firm to work on Santiago Metro in Chile
Webuild tests autonomous prototype
Remote-controlled prototype able to be used as a substitute to workers during tunnel exploration
Infrastructure’s technology testbeds
Mark Sugden of Withers & Rogers looks at why so many construction innovations are first tested on mega projects
10 ways to join the hydrogen power revolution
Interest in the use of hydrogen has soared over the past few years as the construction industry races to reduce its carbon footprint. We roundup some recent initiatives
COMMENT: Are we at the beginning of a golden decade in German construction?
Peter Gerstmann, chairman of the board of management of the Zeppelin Group discusses growing opportunities for the German construction sector
Hydrogen-powered train to be trialled in Bavaria
Siemens Mobility signs MoU with Free State of Bavaria to put hydrogen-powered vehicle into passenger service for 30 months
Trimble and Totalmobile win HS2 contract
Tech companies to provide new vehicle booking and inventory management system for JV company made up of Eiffage, Kier, Ferrovial and BAM
Location named for Hyperloop Certification Center
West Virginia, US, has been chosen as the location for Virgin Hyperloop test track
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