Category Archives: Technology

CM Labs sets industry benchmark with new dozer simulator training pack

CM Labs Simulations has announced the release of a state-of-the-art Dozer Simulator Training Pack that allows trainees to experience the unique feel of pushing soil and aggregate material from the seat of a virtual dozer. Trainees can perform both heavy excavation and fine grading with the simulator’s six-way blade, and dozer tracks even slip based […]

Stay connected: mobile App launched for World of Asphalt & AGG1 shows

All of the information necessary to help attendees and exhibitors of World of Asphalt 2019 make pre-show plans and stay connected onsite is available on a newly released mobile app. According to World of Asphalt and AGG1 2019, the just-released show app offers: Immediate access to information on new products and show exhibitors to see […]

Manitowoc releases free boom configurator app to help quickly determine crane setup

The Manitowoc Boom Length Selector App allows you to use your smartphone to determine the best overall boom and jib length combination based on your lift parameters The app is available now for iOS and Android devices Manitowoc Cranes has announced a new smartphone app for iOS and Android devices that will help crane operators […]

Drone market outlook for 2019

by Michael Singer / CEO DroneView Technologies Looking back over the past year we see clear evidence that drones have moved from questionable fringe products to mainstream productivity tools. Their use cases are plentiful and have been broadly embraced and implemented in production workflows by organizations large and small for mapping, inspection, cinematography, public safety, […]

Road Dryer RD-1200 safely dries pavement in one pass for paving, surface treatments

GREENVILLE, SC – The RD-1200XT pavement-drying unit from Greenville, SC-based Road Dryer LLC quickly dries asphalt and concrete pavement, allowing crews to pave or apply surface treatments or striping after just one pass. The unit, which blows heated air up to 300° F directly downward through multiple nozzles, eliminates the risk of “flying objects” and […]