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Construction and engineering technology is changing the way companies design and execute their plans, faster than ever. With advancements in construction technology coming faster than ever, no industry can afford to miss out on the latest trends. With new technologies like autonomous equipment, 3D printed building materials, bridges, and more, to virtual reality headsets to show customers what their building will look like in real life, it is more important than ever to keep up with changing technology in the construction world.



Soil Connect Adds Time Tracking Capabilities to E-Ticketing Platform

Soil Connect — a digital marketplace connecting those who have soil, aggregates and other building materials with those who need it — has added time tracking to its growing e-ticketing platform, eTickets....


Komatsu Adds Smart Construction Drone, Smart Construction Field to Suite of Job Site Solutions

Contractors know that accurate numbers to track job site activity and topography can mean the difference between completing a project on time and on budget. With the addition of Smart Construction Field and Smart Construction Drone to Komatsu's suite of job site technologies, contractors have two new tools to better manage projects....


JLG Launches New Bluetooth Enabled Analyzer, Analyzer Reader for Scissor Lifts Equipped with Mobile Control Module

JLG Industries Inc. is bringing the power and functionality of its popular handheld analyzer to customers' mobile devices with the introduction of the Bluetooth analyzer and Bluetooth analyzer reader feature, which is now integrated into the JLG mobile control app....


Advanced Cat Grade Technologies Expanded to Cat 6- to 10-ton Next Generation Mini Hydraulic Excavators

Caterpillar now offers Cat Grade technologies as an aftermarket option to owners of Cat next generation mini hydraulic excavators in the 6- to 10-ton class range. Available through Cat and Sitech dealers, owners can equip the excavators with Cat Grade with Advanced 2D or Cat Grade with 3D....


New Snowplow Technology Targets Efficiency, Safety

As with every industry, the snow and ice sector has witnessed technological advances over the past few years. From the research and development undertaken at the big brand names — known for their impressive product lines and snow and ice management systems — to local transportation authorities seeking effective solutions and safety of community members, the advancements in snowplow technology have been many....


Latest Season of NAPA's 'Pave It Black' Podcast Spotlights Tech Innovations

New technologies are reshaping the asphalt pavement industry, and the pace of change is accelerating as high-tech tools grow both more sophisticated and accessible. During Season 3 of "Pave It Black," NAPA's podcast covering the people and issues affecting the industry, hosts Richard Willis and Brett Williams interviewed industry experts to dig deeper into the innovations that are most affecting the realm of asphalt pavement — and that promise to change the way the industry operates long into the future....


NJ Crane Expert's Mobile Crane Simulators Ready Construction Crews for Work

In response to worsening labor shortages, NJ Crane Expert announced simulation training for mobile crane operators — and those who aspire to have a career as a certified crane operator. NJ Crane Expert has added two mobile crane simulators to its hands-on training....


Volvo CE Tests World's First High-Lift Tele-Operation Over 5G

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) is the first in the world to trial a remote-controlled high-lift wheel loader over a 5G network in a complex forestry application — in a bid to develop safer, more productive timber processes and explore its potential as an enabler for automation....


Infrastructure Bill Calls on Construction Contractors to Innovate

The construction industry has burst into a flurry of activity as the most aggressive infrastructure spending initiative since the 1950s was signed into law on Nov. 15. Combined with a skilled labor shortage, the $550 billion bill calls into question whether contractors have the capacity to meet rapidly growing demand....


Honda Tests Prototype Autonomous Work Vehicle at Solar Construction Site

Honda and Black & Veatch have successfully tested the prototype Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle (AWV) at a Black & Veatch construction site in New Mexico. During the month-long field test, the second-generation prototype of the fully-electric Honda AWV performed a range of functions at a large-scale solar energy construction project, including towing activities and transporting construction materials, water and other supplies to pre-set destinations within the work site....







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