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XCMG | May 04, 2022
XCMG, China's largest construction machinery manufacturer, is a world leader in autonomous road building technology. By integrating 5G and artificial intelligence, the company's in-house research and development team performs experiments and simulations to develop high-precision technologies for usage in real-world settings.
The research and development team recently conducted three straight months of on-site trials. The team created a high-precision alignment solution for...
TerraPower | October 09, 2020
TerraPower today unveiled Bechtel as its plant design, licensing, procurement, and construction partner in a federal grant application to build a demonstration plant for the Natrium™ reactor and energy system architecture. Bechtel, the industry leader in nuclear plant engineering and construction since the 1950s, joins a team that also includes GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, PacifiCorp, Energy Northwest, and Duke Energy. The Natrium system features an advanced, cost-competitive sodium fast rea...
Fast Company | January 17, 2020
In an effort to build a more sustainable future, architects and policy makers are nodding to the past with structures entirely made of timber. From a 70-story timber skyscraper in Tokyo to an all-wood, 200,000-plus square foot university residence hall in Arkansas, constructions that have eschewed steel and concrete for forest-grown materials have been sprouting up across the world. Next up in this timber trend: a Copenhagen neighborhood built fully with wood, with housing for 7,000 people, a sc...
Construction Global | April 20, 2020
To understand how trust is created, and the positive outcomes it can create on construction projects, Autodesk partnered with FMI Corporation for the industry study: Trust Matters: The High Cost of Low Trust. We examine the findings, which quantify the costs and benefits of different levels of trust within construction organisations. Just 37% of those surveyed rated their organisation as having a high level of trust, while 93% reported a basic level average or above of trust. Organisations with ...
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