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Robotics, new tech changing face of construction industry (access required)

Drones, lifting devices lasers among devices in use at building sites

Advancements in technology are making construction sites safer, improving efficiency and allowing for more precise measurements and actions, with industry leaders saying adopting the new technologies could help companies differentiate themselves and stay competitive. Several companies in and around Rochester are developing and using new construction technologies, and say the use of robotics, drones and other ...

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