Thursday 30th Mar, 2017

Seeing (infra)red on infrastructure

Infrared scanning is a mature technology with a host of applications, including many in construction. In maintenance, temperature differentials can…
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Disruption – it’s closer than you think

At recent CCF events and elsewhere, and even in the humble The Earthmover & Civil Contractor magazine, we have been…
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Verizon report says Internet of Things (IoT) now mainstream

A report released by Verizon indicated that the Internet of Things had gone mainstream in 2015. Titled “State of the…
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B2W Software receives two awards for cloud hosting and equipment maintenance

B2W Software, a leading provider of enterprise-class construction software, has announced that its B2W Cloud and B2W Maintain products took Finalist status for the 2015-16…
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Trimble announces machine control system for wheel loaders

Trimble has launched version 12.81 of its Trimble® GCS900 Grade Control System. This new version further expands the mix of…
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Beijing New Airport Project extends contract with Trimble

In April, Trimble won the initial bid to supply the Beijing New Airport Project with a construction information management system….
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Mining technology could have civil impact

A Bentley seminar this week on Advancing Mine Survey – Bentley’s Integrated Spatial Solution could provide a glimpse into technologies that…
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Software team

Point of Rental Software opens Melbourne office

Texas-based rental and inventory management software company Point of Rental Software announced the opening of a new location in Melbourne. The…
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