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How telematics is changing equipment rental
Lucy Barnard reveals how rental firms are using telematic for their fleets
Will jobsites be fully autonomous in the future?
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) looks at how job sites are changing with the help of technology
How BIM and digital twins can transform construction
The use of BIM and digital twins could boost construction’s efficiency and productivity 
Online exclusive: Epiroc R&D experts on alternative power, testing, and more
The R&D team at Epiroc talk about what projects they are working on, the testing process and what’s next for the construction industry 
Construction set to lose ‘567,670 jobs at the hands of automation’
A report has found that a percentage of jobs could be lost due to automation changing the workforce
What are construction R&D teams working on?
Can investment in product development help to solve the productivity puzzle and reduce emissions?
Video: Explaining the concept behind Neom’s the Line
Saudi Arabia-based Neom has launched a new urban living concept
Update on electric construction machine launches
More than 90 new products added in Q2 and a third were electric
Europe becoming ‘most digitally mature region’
InEight’s annual Global Capital Projects Outlook looks at the role of technology
‘First wheel loader transparent bucket’ makes Bauma finals
Doosan’s transparent bucket system has been selected as a finalist
Industry attitudes towards construction tech
Video: Editor of Construction Technology, Mike Hayes reveals the findings of the Attitudes to Construction Technology survey at the Construction Technology Summit 2022.
White Paper reveals construction technology trends
Response to new KHL survey reveals the industry’s changing attitudes to construction technology
New innovation lab testing 5G IoT
A number of innovation labs are set to open to help mitigate potential schedule risks and improve project outcomes using technology
Construction 4.0 key to sustainability
Research shows how ConTech is crucial part of driving down carbon emissions
New construction lab promises infrastructure shake-up
€14 million UK facility to examine how structures interact with the ground
World’s five ‘smartest’ cities
Smart city initiatives expected to generate almost US$70 billion in spend annually by 2026
Can machine learning help mend the contracting system?
How artificial intelligence can help contractors more accurately estimate the length and cost of construction projects
Covid pandemic has accelerated digital transformation
Majority of heavy industry leaders say they have delivered up to five years’ worth of change around digital transformation in 18 months 
‘Bad’ data costing construction US$1.8 trillion
New study reveals cost to construction of inaccurate and untimely information
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