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Innovation & Technology

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Miller supplier innovation award
15 October 2015 | Plant & Equipment

Earthmoving attachment solutions specialist receives innovation award from Hewden


13 November 2020 | Loading & Hauling

Chris van der Loo, business area director for Trimble’s Weighing and Aggregates business, including Loadrite products, looks at how improved technology is delivering benefits through analytical...

16 September 2020 | Automation & Control

Construction is becoming more influenced by technologies within the gaming industry. So, who better to take Volvo Construction Equipment’s (Volvo CE) connected solutions into the future than...

27 March 2017 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology

3D Laser Mapping discuss how technology can be applied to help achieve the zero harm target, whilst improving the productivity of operations

27 March 2017 | Weighing

With the era of digital enterprise upon us, Trimble discuss how this will impact on the aggregates industry

12 July 2016 | Automation & Control

Kepware Technologies explain how connecting everything within an industrial environment will transform manufacturing for years to come

12 July 2016 | Business & Finance

Martin Hook, managing director of Alma CG, explains how mining and quarrying businesses can benefit from ‘The Innovation Pound’ and gain competitive advantage

12 July 2016 | Automation & Control

Stuart Moran, head of Minerals and Aggregates Markets with Siemens Process Industries & Drives, explains how the extractives industry can achieve greater efficiency by learning from other...

12 July 2016 | Automation & Control

The energy efficiency challenges facing the quarry industry are numerous and difficult. Here, Adam Patterson of Multi Source Power, examines how new breakthrough technology can address the issue...

12 July 2016 | Automation & Control

Newly launched real-time analytics and carbon footprint reduction specialists EveryWare use the Internet of Things to help businesses save money through identifying inefficiencies