Underwater inspections reveal unknown conditions of pipelines

Densely populated areas are often near water and the municipal infrastructure, like fresh water and waste water pipes, needs to be led through sea, lake or river. Installing pipelines under water contains many challenges from planning to maintenance, as the conditions under water are not visible. Often the information about old pipeline is only blueprint in the archive and maybe some diver report about suspected leakage. Continue reading…

3 Ways to Use 3D Data in the Mining Industry

Mining is a significant industry all over the world, and it is also quite a traditional one. Digitalization is nevertheless becoming an emerging trend also in the mining industry. In this blog article we discuss on few reasons how the utilization of 3D data can bring mining companies clear advantages in safety, communication, and efficiency.
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Why should we inspect our underwater structures?

“Out of sight, out of mind”

It is easy to forget something that is out of sight, even though it is a very essential part of your everyday work. That certainly goes for underwater assets. They often face the heaviest wear due to the environmental stress and traffic but at the same time the signs keep hidden under murky waters. Checking the condition of underwater assets also seems laborious and pricy as it is formerly done by divers.

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4 Everyday Challenges for Port Managers

1 The information about port’s assets and operations is diffused

Ports handle different kinds of data ranging from maps and drawings to information regarding traffic and transport. Some of the data can be archived in hardcopy form, for example drawings of old structures or maps of rental areas. Additionally, there is information about structure inspections, repair plans or diver reports recorded on hard drives or even emails. Continue reading…

Port of Moerdijk on the cutting edge of digitalisation

Port of Moerdijk is a port with versatile opportunities for all kinds of transport. Located in the crossing point of road, rail, pipeline, and marine transportation the port offers easy logistics to a variety of businesses. Established in the sixties, Port of Moerdijk has been working rigorously for sustainable logistics and process industry.
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