March 29, 2019

EquipmentShare Joins Global Innovators at bauma 2019


Meet us in Munich

EquipmentShare is going to Germany! EquipmentShare Robotics is attending bauma 2019, the world's largest trade fair showcasing innovations in construction and mining equipment, in Munich! We'll post up alongside thousands of other exhibitors, including JLG, Hitachi and Terex.

EquipmentShare Robotics is bringing an exclusive first look at our upcoming autonomous construction solutions to bauma 2019. The team will demo the first in our lineup of contractor-first, productivity-boosting solutions, robotics platform MAP. Machine Automation Portal (MAP) puts remote equipment control in the palm of your hand — literally. Construction professionals can use MAP on any internet-connected iOS device to enable their machines to work autonomously.

MAP addresses two of the biggest problems on nearly every jobsite in recent years: a lack of skilled labor and a decline in productivity. There's no denying one influences the other. How can you get work done when there aren't enough hands on deck? MAP can help by automating tedious, repetitive tasks that slow down your projects.

EquipmentShare Robotics' first frontier is soil compaction, a job that's labor-intensive and monotonous. Because it's repetitive and tiring, it's more likely workers will make mistakes and errors. The MAP-equipped autonomous compactor is accurate, tireless and can be operated from our app installed on any internet-connected device from anywhere in the world. That gives you unprecedented control over the work being done on your jobsites — and that's the future of construction machinery.

Stop by and see us at bauma 2019 to experience the power of machine control and a connected fleet with EquipmentShare Robotics. If you can't make it to Munich, then check back here after bauma 2019 to learn more about our complete platform of automation solutions.

You can also stay in the loop with our social media to be the first to learn about what EquipmentShare Robotics is up to and updates on MAP.


Technology, Productivity, Labor shortage, Robotics