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Caterpillar 6060 Face Shovel loading Autonomous Trucks



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About: Caterpillar 6060 Face Shovel loading Autonomous Trucks


вот это мощь! ебачьи уши
The trucks are not properly loaded one side is heaver than the other.
WONDERFUL
imho the future is set.soon human employment will be rampant due to large scale automation. Then Lack of income will create large scale homelessness.Then Increasing death due to disease and hunger.Then the housing market will crash.Then Large corporations will go Bankrupt with lack of receivables from people.Then the Super rich will be Homeless and go Hungry and get sick and die.Then the Matrix will prevail! Zero people.
Sad, the trucks are poorly positioned with load offset on the drivers side.
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No Brasil tem esta máquina?
Is this the former Terex RH340??
That on the train tracks which one would one that or the train lol I’m sure this thing will destroy the train lol
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Where was this or what mine .
Quá khủng
I sure hope this isn't a union operation.
Like si veniste a ver comentario
Y te ensartaste xq no hay español 😂😂
Or add another truck to increase production of earth movement
The cat loader could bump up the rpms up a bit to increase the loading speed up a bit more
Sometime soon the only worth humankind will have will be consume and dispose oh wait, we're there now
Странный экскаватор наоборот.
More jobs being taken away
Can LIDAR be used to accurately distinguish between payload and overburden?


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.