What a Show!
The Utility Expo 2023 was our biggest show ever with more than 21,000 attendees, 1.5 million square feet of exhibits and over 900 exhibitors!
See Who Exhibited
The Utility Expo floor is an expansive layout of more than 1.5 million square feet and hosts an exciting lineup of top manufacturers and service providers, including Altec, Caterpillar, CASE, Ditch Witch, Dougherty Forestry, John Deere, Milwaukee Tool, TT Technologies, Vermeer and many more.
Utility & Construction News
Top Tech Trends for Utilities in 2024
In the ever-evolving landscape of utilities, 2024brings forth exciting technological advancements. Geospatial Information Systems(GIS), sensors, and artificial intelligence (AI) converge to revolutionize utility mapping. Accurate asset location, condition monitoring, and predictive maintenance enhance safety and efficiency. Meanwhile, autonomous robots, equipped with AI and 5G, inspect pipelines without disruption. From the Clear Water Pathfinder to micro pipe-crawling Pipe bots, these innovations promise cost-effectiveness and environmental stewardship in utility management.
The Future of Utilities Unveiled at The Utility Expo 2023
The Utility Expo 2023 showcased groundbreaking innovations that promise to reshape the utility and construction industries. Among the trends unveiled, equipment electrification emerged as a major focus. Leading manufacturers like Altec, Terex, Dur-A-Lift, and Versalift now offer all-electric options for aerial devices, reducing carbon footprints and operating costs. Data-driven decision-making also took center stage, with software solutions like Rooster Asset Tracking System and Intellishift providing real-time insights. Furthermore, automation fueled by organized data streamlines workflows, enhancing efficiency and accuracy across the sector
The Best Utility Locating Equipment
The Utility Expo highlights the best utility locating equipment. Professionals use various tools for underground utility detection. Electromagnetism detects ferrous materials like metal pipes, while ground-penetrating radar (GPR) works for non-ferrous materials. Understanding soil composition informs equipment choices. Frequency settings impact detection range. Active locating ensures utility safety.