• Solar Field Tech Shines Bright

    Solar Field Tech Shines Bright

    CSP (concentrating solar power technology) company BrightSource Energy, www.brightsourceenergy.com, Oakland, Calif., announced advanced solar field technologies currently being deployed at the 121MW (megawatt) Ashalim Solar Thermal Power Station located in Israel’s Negev Desert.

  • Mobile Ground Robotics Line Introduced

    Mobile Ground Robotics Line Introduced

    Transcend Robotics, www.transcendrobotics.com, Washington, D.C., an innovator in ground-based robotic mobility, has introduced the ARTI3 family of products: ARTI3 Mobility Platform for integrators and developers, and ARTI3 Vantage for end-user applications such as tactical and dangerous situations.

  • Drones Pave Way for Road Projects

    Drones Pave Way for Road Projects

    It’s the era of drones for many construction companies, and they are providing data and market analysis for construction projects nationwide.

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Solar Field Tech Shines Bright

CSP (concentrating solar power technology) company BrightSource Energy, www.brightsourceenergy.com, Oakland, Calif., announced advanced solar field technologies currently being deployed at the 121MW (megawatt) Ashalim Solar Thermal Power Station located in Israel’s Negev Desert.

5/2/2016|

Mobile Ground Robotics Line Introduced

Transcend Robotics, www.transcendrobotics.com, Washington, D.C., an innovator in ground-based robotic mobility, has introduced the ARTI3 family of products: ARTI3 Mobility Platform for integrators and developers, and ARTI3 Vantage for end-user applications such as tactical and dangerous situations.

4/29/2016|

Drones Pave Way for Road Projects

It’s the era of drones for many construction companies, and they are providing data and market analysis for construction projects nationwide.

4/28/2016|

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Construction Technology Forecast: Bidding/Estimating

Many construction professionals today are following the latest news about drones, apps, AR (augmented reality), VR (virtual reality), wearables, and more—and what these next-generation technologies mean for the construction industry.

By | 4/26/2016|

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beginQuoteOur view is 3D printing has the potential to really change parts of the construction industry in ways that will really help us.endQuote-Jeff Perelman, Sundt

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