Right now we are experimenting with laying out the rebar cage concept, and developing the block mould/form to be on the rebar cage. Since the blocks are made from a liquid, it can be poured into the rig, and then the thing unlatched and moved to the next station. Problem probably keeping the crete trapped in the form as it goes more horizontal.
I am uncertain of how fresh poured aircrete will bond to existing dried aircrete. The other variable, is what exactly a municipal dept. requires of an engineered aircrete dome system like the monolithic. Once the code is cracked and one engineer stamps a plan and it is approved by some muniicipal fiefdom somewhere, it can be replicated. Open source sharing of knowledge and skills & kith/kindred is the key to liberating the serf from the oligarchs. Eventually the concept will bear fruit, and an Engineer will tackle it. I know of one, but it has to be done and proved first. One of these structures will need to be run through some software like ANSYS and destructive tested.
Basalt rods are the desired structural reinf material, but steel rebar is easy to score in any metroplex or lumber store. So far ive tinkered with holes in blocks and threading the blocks on the bars. Misery. not worth the effort. Works on a flat plane, but that radial dome curve is "special". The genius of the dome and aircrete is that it doesnt need all the engineering and reinf. bars as the laminated crete between fabric is the key.