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In the past few years, cable-driven robots have received some attention by the scientific community and the industry. They have special characteristics that made them very reliable to operate with the level of safeness that is required by different environments, such as, handling of hazardous materials in construction sites. This paper presents a cable-driven robot called SPIDERobot, that was developed for automated construction of architectural projects. This robot has a rotating claw and itdoi:10.1109/icit.2015.7125568 dblp:conf/icit2/MoreiraPCMVLS015 fatcat:4l2sj5r2djelzbxxjonnxvdmai