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Bosch Engineering is making the vision a reality: on the road to the fully automated construction machine of tomorrow

December 6, 2022

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Lower manufacturing costs, more efficient project implementation, and faster completion: The automation of future construction machinery benefits both construction companies and their clients. In bringing the vision of a fully automated construction site to life, Bosch Engineering supports the customer from the very beginning with the development of marketrelevant solutions that ensure sustainable, needs-based automation. In doing so, Bosch Engineering employs an incremental approach encompassing everything from warning assistance functions and partially automated systems that assist the machine operator with specific activities right up to fully automated machinery

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