So I'm thinking of a trilogy. It starts out with the main character infiltrating an office that stores genetic information. It's a dystopia, with people being chipped for identification. He has an AI inside his head that helps him out. Later, he busts out a top scientist from a government facility. Then he finds out he has a sister, she's on the moon directing something. The scientist helps him incorporate the AI, so now he can take control of construction robots and he uses them as weapons. His opponent also gains that ability, and they have a fight in a habitat.
Edit: So I read this pretty recently, probably within the year. So there are basically two classes of citizens. Some that the government finds useful, which are basically kept in gated communities and the rest, which are, like, dead weight. Everybody is chipped, and it's illegal to remove that chip. A chip can detect if it's been removed from someone's arm, etc. Anyway, he was a scientist and he was close to inventing something that the government wanted. But he didn't want to give it to them. So before the story starts, he was captured/tortured/experimented. Then sent to a disposal facility. He wakes up on the conveyor belt, and the AI with which he communicates helps him escape. He knows some stuff, but is oddly missing other: at first he doesn't know what feet coverings are called (shoes).
There is a group of rebels as well, which he coopts to fulfill his own goals. There is a spaceport, with rockets that lift off, and he gets there in a car, which he abandons moments before it explodes.