The following is a look at six of the world’s largest and most prominent equipment brands’ robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence projects.
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Here are some of the dramatic shifts futurists and analysts believe the industry should prepare for in the coming decades.
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A recent study released by Ernst & Young highlights some of the technological advancements causing disruption in the construction industry, and points out several it expects to grow most over the next five years.