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Why women are leaving engineering and construction at twice the rate of men
Valued At Work author Lauren Neal on why so many women are leaving the industry
‘Noise reduction’ an additional benefit revealed during Skanska-Volvo testing
A Volvo CE machine on a Skanska project in Los Angeles, US, showed reduced noise levels
‘World’s first’ autonomous pothole repair system unveiled
ARRES PREVENT uses AI to identify and repair damaged road surfaces
Auburn University moves ahead with vehicle research lab
The new facility will test low- and zero-emissions powertrains
Assessing the lifetime emissions of electric forklifts
Maxim Kabour of OneCharge looks at how to reduce environmental impact of battery-electric forklifts
Video: Do we need to standardise charging solutions for battery-powered equipment?
Alex Woodrow, Managing Director at KGP Commercial Powertrains, speaks to Construction Europe at the Off-Highway Conference
Yanmar’s ‘next generation’ electric machine prototype
The prototype can automate fine manual tasks, helping with construction’s labour shortages
SwRI gets DOE grant to study hydrogen compression
Will evaluate full-scale compressor system for hydrogen-natural gas blends containing up to 20% hydrogen by volume
Caterpillar, Albermarle to collaborate on battery value chain R&D
Lithium from Albermarle mines will also be made available to Caterpillar for new machines
Danfoss receives UK government grant money for experimental machine electrification
The goal is to reduce the UK’s overall contribution to climate change
How much will the global construction industry be worth by 2037?
Graham Robinson, Global Infrastructure and Construction Lead, Oxford Economics and Graham Harle, Chief Executive Officer, Gleeds, on where future growth for construction will come from.
Open-source software available for rail decarbonization
Southwest Research Institute unveils ALTRIOS modeling and simulation software
Mitsubishi Heavy opens decarbonization center
Nagasaki Carbon Neutral Park site for development of fuel production, combustion and CO2 capture technologies.
Ammonia-powered container ship design wins AiP
Seaspan, Mærsk McKinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and Foreship presented the design
Consortium seeks retrofit solutions for marine engines
Methanol fuels for medium-speed engines is focus of research for MAN, WTZ and TU-Darmstadt
Video analysis: world’s biggest construction OEMs
Watch a video highlighting the main points of this year’s Yellow Table 
Rapid tech adoption and optimism at heart of global construction
KPMG survey reveals sector’s increased takeup of robotic process automation, virtual reality, project management information systems (PIMS), drones, smart sensors and AI
Autonomous public bus service launches in Scotland
Five Alexander Dennis Enviro200AV autonomous buses begin passenger service in Edinburgh
Video interview: Global construction equipment sales – 2022 and beyond
Chris Sleight, Managing Director, Off-Highway Research, on equipment sales in 2022 and what the future holds
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