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Anastasios Koutsogiannis is marketing coordinator in GenieBelt.

How Robotics Could Change The Future of Construction

During the last decades, robotic technology has achieved great progress. This slow but constant growth has allowed robots to start establishing their presence in a number of different domains of human activity. Construction undoubtedly is one of the fields that begin to embrace robotic technology. The use of robots can be a big game-changer for the industry given the fact that they will contribute to automate a plethora of tasks. However, there still are some who voice concerns regarding the replacement of humans from robots during the construction project process.

Anastasios Koutsogiannis
By Anastasios Koutsogiannis
on Oct 9, 2017 7:00:00 AM
   
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How Robotics Could Change The Future of Construction

During the last decades, robotic technology has achieved great progress. This slow but constant growth has allowed robots to...

Anastasios Koutsogiannis
By Anastasios Koutsogiannis
on Oct 9, 2017 7:00:00 AM
 
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