International Construction - Construction Technology Annual Review 2023

In this edition

PACE OF CHANGE HAS NEVER BEEN THIS FASTThe headline above is a paraphrase from a
CHATGPT TO POWER UP CONSTRUCTION WITH AIChatbot phenomenon ChatGPT looks set to become part
REVOLUTE ROBOTICS INTRODUCES DUAL CONCEPT ROBOTThe core technology behind this robot is said to involve a drone housed within a spherical exoskeleton
NEW TOPCON SOFTWARE AIMS FOR GREATER DIGITAL ADOPTION IN CONSTRUCTIONUS-based technology company Topcon Positioning Systems has launched
KOMATSU ANNOUNCES HYDROGEN EXCAVATORKomatsu has announced the development of a medium-sized
EUROPE’S LARGEST 3D-PRINTED BUILDINGGerman construction company Kraus Gruppe is using a
THE SKY'S THE LIMITDrones are increasing accepted as part of the construction process and their applications for the sector are ever evolving, discovers
IT'S NOT ALL-ELECTRICMIKE HAYES looks at the power technology for construction equipment that may – or may not – be replacing diesel in the coming years
TECHNOLOGY'S VALUE PROPOSITIONTechnology has the potential to help solve many of construction’s pain points, such as a lack of workers and the need to reduce emissions, ROB PAINTER, Trimble CEO, tells ANDY BROWN
CONSTRUCTION'S AUTONOMOUS PATHWAYConstruction’s path to autonomy is underway and, while a fully autonomous jobsite is far away on the horizon, the benefits of this technology are being felt today, writes ANDY BROWN
IS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE OUT TO STEAL YOUR CONSTRUCTION JOB?The use of AI in construction is growing but fears that it could soon replace humans is misplaced, although it likely will change the way the sector works, discovers Neil Gerrard
UNLOCKING EFFICIENCYCATRIN JONES explores the power of digital transformation in construction and the potential BIM has to enhance project outcomes
TRANSFORMING CONSTRUCTIONRich Humphrey from Bentley Systems tells Andy Brown how construction can take its next step on the tech journey
WHAT DOES THE FUTURE LOOK LIKE FOR 3D CONSTRUCTION PRINTING?3D printing has been around for a while but, as of yet, has not become commonplace in construction. However, as NEIL GERRARD discovers, this could be about to change
THE RISE OF CONSTRUCTION ROBOTICSThe construction industry is facing numerous challenges and more companies are looking to automate tasks to relieve some of the pressure. CATRIN JONES examines how robotics has the potential to help the industry through tough times
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