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Construction Safety Technology
Improved Safety Through Advancements in Object Detection
Technology advancements are better enabling machines to see their surroundings to improve safety in heavy equipment applications.
March 22, 2022
Advancements in Tracks and Tires Improve Machine Performance and Operator Experience
Track and tire designs continue to evolve to meet ever-changing customer and off-highway equipment requirements.
March 21, 2022
Aftertreatment System Designs Will Evolve to Meet Customer and Emissions Requirements
Increasingly stringent emissions regulations and customer needs will bring about the need for new aftertreatment system technologies.
February 25, 2022
Improved Hydraulic System Design and Control Benefit Overall Machine Efficiency
New advancements in hydraulic components and systems are enabling heavy equipment to operate more efficiently.
February 15, 2022
Hitachi Selling Stake in Hitachi Construction Machinery Co.
Hitachi will sell half of its 51% stake in the construction equipment business.
January 17, 2022
CNH Industrial and Iveco Begin Operations as Separate Businesses
The demerger of the on- and off-highway businesses will better enable the companies to deliver solutions which meet specific industry needs.
January 14, 2022
Kohler Acquires Curtis Instruments and Heila Technologies
The acquisitions will help expand electrification and clean energy technology developments within the Kohler Power Group.
January 13, 2022
Electrification Moves Toward Mainstream Heavy Equipment Application as Technology Advances
How electrification is continuing to advance in the heavy equipment industry, including how technology improvements are enabling electrification to become more common and helping to increase efficiency.
December 15, 2021
New Grease Specification Boosts Quality Control for Optimized Heavy Equipment Performance
Shell's Greg Morris discusses a new grease specification for heavy-duty equipment, plus the role greases play in your equipment performance.
December 6, 2021
John Deere Among Investors in Renewable Fuel Technology Provider
ClearFlame Engine Technologies has secured financing from John Deere and other sources to help accelerate its technology enabling use of ethanol and other low-carbon fuels in diesel engine platforms.
November 19, 2021
What Could a U.S. Tier 5 Emissions Regulation Entail?
California has outlined the objectives, strategy and tactics to achieve the goals of a Tier 5 Diesel Off-Road Emission Standard.
November 18, 2021
U.S. and EU Steel and Aluminum Tariff Agreement Pleases Equipment Manufacturers
The U.S. and EU reached an agreement to return to pre-2018 trade policies which will keep tariffs from being placed on steel and aluminum.
November 8, 2021
Hydrogen is Here for the Long Haul — and for the Jobsite
Continued development of hydrogen and fuel cell technology will aid decarbonization of heavy vehicles and construction equipment.
October 21, 2021
California Signs Law Banning Sale of New Gas-Powered Small Engines by 2024
Sale of equipment powered by small off-road engines will be regulated by 2024 in an effort to reduce emissions.
October 14, 2021
Volvo Group Launches World’s First Vehicle Made with Fossil-free Steel
Volvo has unveiled a load carrier for use in mining and quarrying made from SSAB's fossil-free steel, and has plans to produce more such vehicles in 2022.
October 13, 2021
Earthmoving - Compact
Volvo Construction Equipment Adds Three New Electric-powered Machines to Lineup
With the new compact wheel loader and excavators, Volvo CE will now have the broadest range of electric equipment in the construction industry.
Volvo Construction Equipment
October 7, 2021
How Improved Data Collection Benefits Autonomous Vehicle Development
NI’s Jared Aho shares how a new technology collaboration will help manufacturers and suppliers leverage data to ensure the safety and reliability of autonomous vehicles for the off-highway sector.
August 25, 2021
Update: Doosan Infracore Acquisition by Hyundai Heavy Industries Completed
With the sale officially completed, Doosan Infracore now becomes a subsidiary of the newly created Hyundai Genuine (HG) group alongside Hyundai Construction Equipment.
August 19, 2021
UPDATE: Volvo Trucks Reaches Contract Agreement with UAW Following Production Restart
The company announced it has reached a six-year contract agreement with UAW members after several weeks of negotiations and restarting of production at its Virginia-based manufacturing facility on July 12.
Volvo Trucks North America
July 15, 2021
Honda Launches Electrified Power Unit at Concrete Industry's Top Event
The Honda eGX is a battery-powered motor which closely matches the performance of Honda GX engines used in the construction equipment industry.
American Honda Motor Co.
June 8, 2021
Equipment Monitoring & Logistics
Telematics Go Beyond Fleet Management
Continued advancement in telematics technology is bringing about more data collection and predictive maintenance capabilities for OEMs and end-use customers.
June 5, 2021
Increased Equipment and Heavy Truck Demand Lead to Positive First Quarter 2021
Global economic recovery has increased on- and off-road heavy equipment demand and improved manufacturers' outlooks for 2021.
April 29, 2021
Engine Technology Designed to Meet Emissions Regulations and Beyond
Advancements in engine systems will continue to focus on improving efficiency and reducing emissions.
April 28, 2021
CASE CE Looks to Improve Quality of Operation with G Series Wheel Loader Updates
The wheel loaders feature enhancements to the operator cab and more integrated technology to improve ease of use and productivity.
April 21, 2021