All Surveying/drones Articles

Digital software identifies defective infrastructure
The cloud-based software can analyse real-time data to show ageing infrastructure
Leica Geosystems release Leica AP20 AutoPole
Adjustable pole height ensures accuracy on projects says Leica Geosystems
Next generation surveying: A bird’s eye view
The construction surveying sector is embracing the use of digital tools such as drones and aiming to stay current with constantly evolving technology
Construction surveying, new software and drones
The construction surveying sector is embracing the use of digital tools such as drones
Futureworx to showcase autonomy and AI
Komatsu, Xwatch, Snorkel, Plantforce Rentals, Bomag, Hitachi and others among show partners
Construction 4.0 key to sustainability
Research shows how ConTech is crucial part of driving down carbon emissions
Futureworx 2022 programme announced
Skanska, Costain, Bomag, Komatsu, Hitachi and many others are all confirmed for UK tech event
First speaker announced for construction tech event
IBM’s head of BIM to discuss construction’s continuing digital development
Trimble launches new GNSS base station
Construction tech firm unveils R750 modular receiver with improved satellite tracking
Hyundai and Hyundai Doosan to show ‘smart construction’ solutions
South Korean-based OEMs to show advanced smart construction solutions at CES show
Increased automation for robotic dog
Partnership between Trimble and Boston Dynamics to lead to increased autonomous operation on construction sites
Hexagon introduces new laser scanning sensors
Tech company’s Leica BLK ARC and Leica BLK2FLY join the BLK series of autonomous surveying products
Opinion: Connected construction
Ian Barnes of Sitech UK & Ireland, offers advice on building a connected construction site
Surveys with X factor
New X-Pad 365 cloud-based surveying platform
Septentrio’s 3D tech for road surveying
XenoTrack said to capture a 3D topography of an entire area in a single shot
Surveying technology - a bright future
The next generation of surveying tech is ready to be used by a new generation of construction pros
Robotic ‘dog’ could now help save lives
Research conducted by Scotland’s National Robotarium aims to save lives and cut CO2 emissions
HCSS launches new Aerial drone software version
HCSS Aerial now features improved design visualisation, digital inspection and automated asset lifecycle monitoring
CM Labs envisages the job site of the future
Julien Richer-Lanciault, product manager at CM Labs, shares his thoughts on the job site of the future
Twin tech for tunnel surveying
Trimble and Amberg combine technologies to increase productivity in underground construction
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