FBR, an Australian startup, is innovating the construction industry with it's new Hadrian X robot.
This robot, mainly mounted on trucks, and adaptable for tracks, barges, cranes, and trucks, can lay brick over a large area with precision. This is possible thanks to it's Dynamic Stabilisation Technology (DST), which allows Hadrian X to adapt to wind, vibration, and other external variables.
The robot lays blocks that are twelve time bigger than a standard house brick, and less heavy. The blocks stick together with an adhesive bonding material that solidifies in only 45 minutes.
This new robot could revolutionize the construction industry, in an era where bricklayers are becoming more and more rare, and laying bricks is becoming more expensive.
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