Telematic system can now communicate much more data via cellular signals, and new Vision Link software improves user interface, links location with fault occurrence.
Richard Li, vice president of Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., talks about the debut of the SD10YE to the North American construction market.
How factory-installed Cat Grade Control integrates with automatic machine functions to outperform automatic grade controls added to machines after they roll off the assembly line.
Wider tracks and more counterweight improve D Series digging and lifting stability over the side of the tracks.
High hydraulic flow and a 3.6-liter engine put large-frame productivity in a 60-in-wide package.
Bill Campbell, Caterpillar product application specialist for medium wheel loaders, talks about the new and redesigned features of the K Series medium-sized wheel loaders models 950 through 980.
Tim Burnhope, group managing director for JCB, introduces the JCB Workmax at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011.
Howard Marks talks about the benefits of warm mix asphalt and the increased use of it in the future.
Ian Harvey, product manager at Volvo, describes the new, one-armed Volvo C Series skid steer loaders
Akbar Ghous tells Curt Bennink about the Serious Truck Challenge driver competition Western Star presented at World of Concrete 2011.
Industry experts discuss engine Tier 4 solutions.
ASV-built loaders lean on power, reliability
Caterpillar's Chief Technology Officer Tana Utley discusses Caterpillar's product development approach for Tier 4 emissions standards.
New schema allows software in a contractor's office communicate directly with the equipment.
Shane Sirmons, Operations Manager with Sakia America, discusses the latest product releases.
Forconstructionpros.com interviews Ray LaHood, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary.
United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood discusses the vision of high speed rail.
Advantages conventional tail swing brings to the E50 platform
Torsten Erbel, vice president of engineering for Multiquip, tells how the first uses of the H2LT light tower powered by a hydrogen fuel cell have been to light Hollywood celebrities on award-program red carpets and the Space Shuttle's last launch.
Over 100,000 pre-registered attendees were welcomed to the opening of CONEXPO-CONAGG 2011 Tuesday morning by the high-energy performance of Rhythm Storm.
Oregon DOT repaves Interstate 405 bypass in Portland, working on weekends and around single direction traffic.
The New Holland C232 enjoys the features of a super boom skid steer plus a few extra features.
Torsten Erbel, vice president of engineering for Multiquip, explains how the H2LT can run more than 100 hours between fills, where to get hydrogen fuel, and how much it costs.
Torsten Erbel, vice president of engineering for Multiquip, describes how a hydrogen fuel cell powers its H2LT and new Plasma Lamps cut current draw to less than 240 watts.
Torsten Erbel, vice president of engineering for Multiquip, explains how the hydrogen-fueled H2LT is expected to delivery lower lifecycle costs than conventional light towers even though the initial cost is two to three times more.