Hexagon to present construction management tech at Bauma

By Catrin Jones26 September 2022

Hexagon’s Geosystems division has announced that they will present an extensive portfolio of machine control and construction management technologies at bauma 2022.

(Photo: Hexagon)

Hexagon says that they will present simple-to-use technologies, workflows, deployments and digital solutions that enable data-driven transformation for safer, more efficient and sustainable heavy construction operations.

This will include machine control solutions, cloud enablement and connectivity, safety awareness systems and reality capture solutions for the creation of digital twins.

“Bauma is a flagship event in Hexagon’s calendar. We are delighted to attend and showcase our latest innovations that enable the digitalisation of construction way beyond digitising individual tasks,” says Thomas Harring, President of Hexagon’s Geosystems division.

“Technology-enabled, integrated job sites improve efficiency and profitability of construction businesses and help attract and retain key talent. We look forward to connecting with many of our partners and customers that are joining us on our journey toward a more autonomous and sustainable future.”

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