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Robots Are Not Only Controlling the Houses but Also Building Them

Video November 14, 2018  |  Text by Petra Baumruková Text by Petra Baumruková

We do not know whether this robot with the characteristic name Hadrian X is happily whistling while working, but the construction of the wall is going quite well.

The Australian technology firm Fastbrick Robotics, which gave the birth of Hadrian X, has recently entered into a partnership with the Wienerberger Group brick producer to develop the ideal conditions for work for Hadrian X. The robot was developed for outdoor work and uses a special technology called “dynamic stabilisation technology”, or DST.

This enables Hadrian X to measure and compensate movements caused by wind, vibrations or counter-movements in real time, allowing for the fully automated construction of residential buildings with the highest precision and quality, while at the same time optimising the use of materials.