Podcast: Embracing autonomous technology

By Catrin Jones25 April 2023

A new study by tech company Hexagon has found that 84% of technology decision-makers at general contracting firms across North America, the UK, and Australia have adopted some form of autonomous technology in the last year to address key business challenges. This is according to Hexagon’s Autonomous Construction Tech Outlook, which is based on input from over 1,000 senior executives.

Thomas Harring speaks to Construction Technology deputy editor, Catrin Jones, on the findings in Hexagon’s whitepaper and how the construction industry is embracing autonomous technology at an unprecedented rate.

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