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The good news is that the largest equipment manufacturers are aware of data security concerns.
I talk with Wes Lee, CEO of International Construction Products, about the online marketplace's business model.
Do high equipment prices open a window for value brands to undercut North America’s traditional equipment powers?
Conexpo 2014 might well be remembered as the year telemetric information technology overshadowed the iron that it’s built to monitor.
“Jack of all trades, master of none” is not quite as bad as it sounds. In fact, Jack’s gotten a bad rap over the years.
Gary Guller’s humility is the true lesson in leadership.
It’s a giant maze of iron on the brightly burning plain that is Las Vegas, and you’ve got only a couple of days to see it. What’s your plan?
I discovered that my dad worked for the man many call the father of directional drilling.
That gaping hole in the side of the operator's station caught my eye.
What Chris Guins has done in a few short minutes with a small camera is worth watching for its earnest simplicity.

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Site Technology Blog

To help operators get up to speed faster, Trimble and John Deere have developed a Grade Control Simulator that lets operators get hands-on training.
There’s no question that excavators are among the most versatile and productive machines on any job site.
Sometimes small changes can make a big difference in the productivity of your machines.
A story for those of you that are still wrestling with the “technology” decision.
If you are thinking about moving to machine control technology, there are a lot of major decisions that will need to be made.
If you don’t know where to start your homework, here are some good information sources.
An aspect of site technology that can be overlooked by contractors is connecting their machines, sites and assets.
We help contractors all over the world understand and maximize the potential of construction technology.
Owner/operators ask about how they can get started with machine control technology when they only have one or two machines.
3D paving systems is a perfect fit with the specialized requirements of racetrack construction.

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