Automation in construction

By Andy Brown22 October 2019

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Volvo CE’s autonomous, battery-electric, load carrier

The construction industry is increasing embracing new technology such as autonomous machines, building information modelling (BIM), drones and different types of power sources for construction equipment, such as electric and hybrid engines. 

In this video Johanna Huggare, manager, Intelligent Machine Platforms at Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE), discloses how connectivity is changing the construction industry and what the future of construction will look like.

 

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