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15 innovations to compete for awards at bauma

By Adam Freill   

Construction Leadership

A jury of experts have selected the finalists in the running for the 2022 bauma Innovation Awards.

Just prior to the start of the bauma trade fair for equipment and machinery, set for October 24 to 30 in Munich, Messe München and VDMA, together with the construction trade associations HDB, ZDB and bbs, will award the bauma Innovation Awards.

The competition, which will reward one company in each of five categories, launched awards for climate protection and digitalization last year. Those categories will be back again, along with mechanical engineering, construction and research awards.

Winners are evaluated by a jury that evaluates the entries based on criteria that are significant for the industry and its future, including how practice-oriented a solution is and the economic potential it offers.

The following entries have been nominated for the bauma Innovation Award 2022:



Category 1 Climate protection
  • The Benninghoven REVOC System
  • Catalyst for asphalt mixing plants
  • BENNINGHOVEN – Branch of Wirtgen Mineral Technologies GmbH
  • Minus CO2
  • Building materials – renewable, better, economical
  • Carbonauten GmbH
  • Hydrogen-powered excavator
  • Liebherr France SAS


Category 2 Digitalization
  • Haptic collision avoidance
  • Bosch Rexroth AG
  • One common digital language for construction sites
  • MiC 4.0 Machines in Construction
  • MESH Technology
  • Mesh AG


Category 3 Mechanical engineering
  • Ammann 3D Compactor eAPX 68/95
  • Ammann Verdichtung GmbH
  • Built Robotics Exosystem
  • Built Robotics Inc.
  • Continuous advance
  • Herrenknecht AG


Category 4 Building
  • Process tracking system b.navigate
  • BAUER Spezialtiefbau GmbH
  • TSB (Transport System Bögl)
  • Max Bögl
  • CPC (Carbon Pre-stressed Concrete)
  • Holcim (Deutschland) GmbH


Category 5 Research
  • ROBETON, Individualized Production
  • RWTH Aachen University
  • Site Execution System
  • TU Dresden – Institute for Mechatronic Engineering
  • Deep Sea Sampling
  • Freiberg University of Mining and Technology Mechanical Engineering Institute






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