In this exclusive feature, Joe Forcash, automation and autonomy product manage at Caterpillar, discusses the…
Is the global mining industry ripe for an equipment recovery – or still suffering the hangover of the boom years? Chris Sleight, managing director of analyst at Off Highway Research, shines a light on what to expect.
Replacing the conventional ICE with an electric drivetrain without affecting vehicle structure is the most applied concept in commercial battery electric vehicle technology. But as well as these practical implementations, other solutions enabling added value, such as environmental protection, must be considered.
We mark the beginning of a year of celebrations with a quick look back at our very first magazine. NEXT ISSUE: June 2018 is an Anniversary Special. Don’t miss it!
One of the most important vehicles to make its debut at April’s intermat Paris exhibition will be Mecalac’s all-electric excavator, the e12. It’s not simply a prototype, but a machine predicted to reach market in 2019
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) presents three key points to consider when looking to make use of 3D printing in the industrial vehicle market.
Stage V emissions regulations put identical constraints on all off-highway engines sold in Europe – but there is still plenty to differentiate the main manufacturers
The potential for artificial intelligence – or AI – is high on the social agenda. Seemingly, everyone from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to Tesla CEO Elon Musk has an opinion on the impact of AI on our everyday lives. But how will the technology of today impact the construction of tomorrow?
Despite President Trump’s assertions that he will relax engine emissions standards in the USA, the industrial vehicle market will remain focused on cleaner engine technology, Dana CTO George Constand tells iVT
Following retirement from his most recent role as senior product marketing manager for Hyster UK and receiving a lifetime achievement award at the 2017 Fork Lift Truck Association Awards in March, David Rowell looks back on the developments he witnessed over 44 years in the materials handling industry, and shares his thoughts about the future.