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Behold, the heavy industry SLJ900/32 mobile bridge erecting machine! Weighing 580 tonnes, measuring 91.8 meters (301 ft.) long, 7.4 meters wide and nine meters high, this mean machine is building bridges in a way we’ve never seen before. Viewers watching the video above can see that the SLJ900/32 operates without conventional crane technology. Instead, the machine travels to the edge of the bridge and reaches out to towers yet to be connected to the bridge with a temporary track. Once the track is stable, the machine pulls itself out with the new bridge segment in tow. Once fully extended with the track and at this point reaching another bridge tower, the SLJ900/32 lowers the new bridge segment in place for the construction crew to begin their work. Once this new segment is secure, the process can be repeated.
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How does today’s tech compare to the alternate 2015 visited by Marty McFly, and which modern marvels could never have been predicted back in the ’80s?
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Imagine a driver-free world. Where technology grabs the wheel and safely chauffeurs you back and forth from point A to point B. It’s closer than you think. Hear what the industry leaders have to say. Learn about the key trends and technology paving the road ahead. And discover the many twist and turns along the way.
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