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Liebherr: 4 hurdles to overcome before hydrogen combustion engines go mainstream
The prospect of construction equipment running on low-emission hydrogen combustion engines is now on the horizon.
Is construction ready for driverless vehicles?
The challenges and opportunities for automating off-highway transport
Temporary trackway supplier creates carbon calculator
Calculator tracks emissions between stone and aggregate roads
MCS revamps its rental software interface
Update to provide smoother operations for rental companies
Speedy partners to rent fuel-cell generators
UK hirer launches joint venture with hydrogen specialist
New app for Liebherr earthmoving and material handling machines
Liebherr introduces a brand-new app catered to customers, machine operators, construction machinery enthusiasts, and fans
XCMG shares ambitious plans to drive innovation and development
The company says that the project sets a clear goal and seven strategic actions to drive growth
Why software subscriptions are a growing trend in construction
Richard Clement, deputy general manager of Smart Construction discusses what SaaS means for the construction industry and how software technologies work in practice
Point of Rental appoints global director of customer support
Appointment to focus on “growth, success and mission” of existing team
Komatsu says new electric mini will work ‘full shift’
Zero emissions model lets equipment users ‘work non-stop for a full shift’
Interview: Xtellio CEO on IoT in rental
Xtellio CEO on IoT in rental, data utilisation and more.
Comptoir de Location introduces fleet data analytics
Software to monitor more than 6,000 machines
Hilti to buy Dutch software business
Company says deal is next step in software expansion plan
Danfoss white paper urges swift action on equipment emissions
Tech firm’s report highlights half of CO2 emissions comes from excavators
Liebherr and Leica Geosystems expand semi-automatic machine control systems
The machine control systems are designed to enhance the efficiency, productivity, and safety of construction projects
XCMG looks to electric and hydrogen power
Construction OEMs are increasing looking at alternative powered equipment 
LiuGong chairman: why new tech will lead to fewer construction equipment OEMs
The construction equipment market is set to undergo huge change over the next 5-10 years and an acceleration in new technologies will see bigger players squeeze out smaller rivals.
COBO launches division for sensors
Products will include anti-collision devices and inclinometers
Speedy signs big deal for hydrogen access platforms
Hydrogen-powered MEWP results from Speedy Hire and Niftylift partnership 
Siri’s co-creator on why he thinks construction equipment will never be 100% autonomous
Construction machinery will never be 100% autonomous and will always require human supervision says AI expert.
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