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Calidus Resources, Fastbrick Robotics, AVZ Minerals sit on ASX Most Traded podium

The small-cap market is experiencing some frantic trading today, as companies deliver some positive news to the market.

Fastbrick Robotics leads ASX % Gainers after deal with Saudi Arabia

Fastbrick Robotics Ltd's (ASX:FBR) shares have soared 54.3% to $0.27 in morning trade, following the company entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with Saudi Arabia.

MARKET CLOSE: Mustang Resources, Race Oncology, Tanga Resources, HearMeOut

The ASX 200 resisted the pull higher from Asia as it eased 2.7 points to 5,762.40 with the rise of the Aussie dollar to a two-year high holding back the big export-led stocks.

MIDDAY: Telstra, Volt Resources, HearMeOut, Tanga Resources, XJO

The ASX 200 was down 9.6 points at 5,775.5 at midday with large-cap Telstra Corp (ASX:TLS) falling 1.5%, continuing last week’s slide.

Buddy Platform, Countplus, Kidman Resources, AVZ Minerals, 88 Energy - early movers

The ASX 200 built on Thursday’s impressive gains to open 9.2 points to the good at 5,746, defying predictions that it would in fact lose ground.

Cardinal Resources, 88 Energy, Fastbrick Robotics, Slater & Gordon among the early movers

The ASX 200 (XJO) rebounded early on, tracking Wall Street, which was heartened by dovish comments by US Federal Reserve chair, Janet Yellen in testimony to Congress.

Mark my words podcast

In this Business News podcast Mark Pownall and Mark Beyer discuss Paladin's collapse, Fastbrick Robotics, Peet and Perron Group, indigenous contracting and this year’s Total Shareholder Return survey.

Fastbrick Robotics Ltd and Caterpillar teams up for robotic bricklaying

Fastbrick Robotics Ltd (ASX:FBR) has signed an agreement with Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE:CAT) regarding the development, manufacturing and sales of Fastbrick’s robotic bricklaying technology.

Caterpillar to help globalise Perth's robot brickies

Robot bricklaying machines could be built and distributed worldwide by Caterpillar in the near future, after the technology’s Perth-based inventor, Fastbrick Robotics, signed a collaboration agreement with the global machinery manufacturer.

Fastbrick signs a deal with Caterpillar to develop bricklaying robots

Investors poured into small-cap robotics company, Fastbrick Robotics, on Monday after the company struck a deal with global construction manufacturer Caterpillar.

Fastbrick signs a deal with Caterpillar to develop bricklaying robots

Investors poured into small-cap robotics company, Fastbrick Robotics, on Monday after the company struck a deal with global construction manufacturer Caterpillar.

Fastbrick Robotics to reveal raising details

Fastbrick Robotics (ASX:FBR) is heading to market with a capital raising, and the ASX has granted the company a trading halt to prepare. (0-1)

Local tech shines at Incite awards

Norwood Systems, Fastbrick Robotics and Balconi Telecommunications were among the winners at this year’s WAITTA INCITE awards for the ICT sector.

Bricklaying robots set to replace thousands of human builders on UK construction sites - Mirror Online

Robots that can lay six times as many bricks a day as human builders are set to turn the construction industry on its head.

The future of construction? Bricklaying robot SAM100's wall building prowess

Meet SAM, or rather, SAM100 – short for Semi-Automated Mason. It’s a robot and it can lay between 800 to 1200 bricks a day – at a slower rate than a human brickie perhaps, but continuously, without stopping for things like lunch.

Robots will destroy our jobs – and we're not ready for it | Technology | The Guardian

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Two-thirds of Americans believe robots will soon perform most of the work done by humans but 80% also believe their jobs will be unaffected. Time to think again

Fastbrick builds way to top Techboard spot

Fastbrick Robotics was Techboard’s highest ranking company for December, after the recently ASX-listed robotic bricklayer won the Mitsubishi Corporation WA Innovator of the Year award, and also completed an $8 million capital raising from Hunter Hall Investment Management.

Fastbrick attracts investor for $8m raising

Fastbrick Robotics has locked in a new cornerstone investor through an $8 million capital raising, as it progresses its robotic bricklaying technology.

Fastbrick Robotics snares cornerstone investor


Fastbrick Robotics to build up cash balance

The halt will remain in place until Friday 9th December 2016, or earlier if an announcement is made to the market.

Fastbrick builds way to Techboard podium

Fastbrick Robotics has topped Techboard’s startup and tech company ranking this fortnight, following its win at the 2016 WA Innovator of the Year awards.

Watch a Lightning-fast Robot Arm Build a House in Just Two Days

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Yet another breakthrough in the era of the robot—Barry Allen, watch out! Australian company, Fastbrick Robotics, has created The Flash of the construction industry with a brick-laying and gluing speed of 1000 bricks per hour.

Fastbrick takes out top innovation award

Fastbrick took out the top award for its Hadrian 105 technology demonstrator and the Hadrian X commercial bricklaying machine.

This robot can build your four-bedroom house in just two days without any human help - Mirror Online

This robot - named Hadrian X - is set to revolutionise the building industry as it gets set to construct the first of 11 homes.

Mark my words podcast

In this Business News podcast Mark Pownall and Dan Wilkie discuss property planning, builders fraud, Fastbrick Robotics and fashion.