Posted: January 10th, 2024

Rugged Featured in Fortune Article About Robots Solving Construction’s Workforce Shortage

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When Logan Farrell places one of his Rugged Robots on the floor of a commercial construction project, it knows exactly what to do: draw the layout of the building.

The robot references 3D computer architectural and engineering designs to place details like lines, columns, and the diameter of water pipes throughout the construction zone. This task was traditionally done with a set of plans, tape measure, and chalk line by various trades, including architects, plumbers, structural engineers, and electricians. With a Rugged Robot, that’s all marked up with precision—and no human interaction.

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