Construction Europe - January-February 2021

By Anita Bhakta08 February 2021

Included in this issue:

As electromobility continues to be the buzzword in the construction industry, Mike Hayes discovers that engine makers are still devoting time and energy to improving their diesel products.

As engineering upgrades lower the impact of heavy meachines on the environment, technology is lowering the safety risks for machine operators and site workers, as Leila Steed reports.

In this year’s rst technology supplement, Ian Cameron, Andy Brown and Mike Hayes report on new developments in the diverse arenas of alternative power for construction equipment, the continuing digitalisation of the construction industry and the drive towards full autonomy on construction sites.

Two leading manufacturers look to make life easier for customers with a new standard for fully-automatic quick couplers on excavators. Steve Ducker looks at this and other developments in the attachments market.

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