Called Hadrian X, this massive brick-laying system consists of a 98-foot robotic arm mounted on a truck that is guided by motion sensors. How does it know where to lay the bricks? It comes loaded with a digital blueprint, and can auto-correct its position 1,000 times a second.
The arm also comes equipped with a nozzle that dispenses mortar, which can also be customized the exact amount required. It managed to achieve a sustained laying rate of over 200 bricks per hour throughout the course of a full house build, making it commercially competitive when compared to traditional manual bricklaying in various markets around the world.
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In many parts of the world our customers want to be able to build two story structures safely, quickly and efficiently, and we have now demonstrated that the Hadrian X can deliver on those customer needs,” said Mike Pivac, FBR chief executive officer.