Awaiting the Unveiling
A crowd of visitors at the Case Construction Equipment stand awaits the unveiling of ProjectTETRA, Case's methane-powered wheel loader.
It's a Bird, It's a Plane -- It's a Methane-Powered Wheel Loader
The futuristic ProjectTETRA methane-powered wheel loader includes a methane-powered engine, specially designed and developed by sister brand FPT Industrial for construction applications. With a maximum 230 hp, it delivers the same power and torque as its equivalent diesel engine found in the Case 821G wheel loader.
Even the local dinosaurs were awaiting the unveiling of the Case methane-powered wheel loader.
Waiting for the Unveiling
More crowds at the Case booth before the unveiling.
Cranes on the Skyline
The cranes look foreboding against the gray sky.
Not High Enough to See it All
Even the top stop on the Ferris wheel is not high enough to see 614,000 square meters of exhibit space.
Skyjack Takes It Indoors
Barry Greenaway, senior product manager, Skyjack, explains the features of Skyjack's new machines. Skyjack this year opted for an inside booth instead of its usual outside stand at Bauma, drawing strong crowds.
Phone Call to Scissorlift - Hello?
Skyjack presents technology where it can operate its scissorlifts by cellphone.
Scissor Lift Ready for Remote Commands
Skyjack scissorlift at its indoor booth, being operated by cellphone.
Hitachi this year presents its first ICT hydraulic excavator with machine control with a semi-automatic boom and arm. Visitors also checked out the ZW220 concept wheel loader with a virtual reality exhibit.
Bobcat Excavates at Bauma
Bobcat presented its first fully electric, one-metric-ton mini-excavator, the E10e with zero tail swing, based on its E10 off-highway vehicle.
Hitachi Excavators at Work
Hitachi excavators at work at the Hitachi stand.
Kohler Engines presents its K-HEM series of electric hydrid engines at Bauma.