Independent hoisting system: structural components, lifting mechanism, crane control
Given the numerous, far-reaching benefits of automation in the construction sector, it is hardly surprising that researchers from around the world are working tirelessly to help realise the potential that automation affords. At National Taiwan University, one team of researchers is working towards this goal - specifically, their overarching aim is to remove the need for workers to be in high places. Together with their collaborators at the University of Michigan, USA, the group are proposing an automated beam assembly method that presents several opportunities.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2018
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