Using robots to construct buildings improves safety, reliability and quality, says Construction Robotics’ Zachary Podkaminer
New York-based Construction Robotics has created two robots that are transforming the way construction is done.
The semi-automated mason (Sam) can lay bricks nearly six times faster than a human bricklayer. Meanwhile, the material unit lift enhancer (Mule) is a lift assist device designed for handling and placing materials weighing up to 135 pounds on a construction site. This allows on-site team members to effortlessly move heavy objects without the worry of physical wear and tear.
MEED speaks to chairman and co-founder Zachary Podkaminer to find out more.