Collaborative Robots in Global Companies

| June 1, 2017

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Global companies have been embracing automation and large-scale robotic implementations for many years now. Traditionally, companies focused their efforts on high-volume, low mix production-the “sweet spot” for automation-and large-scale industrial automation was implemented wherever it made sense.

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Local construction continues with safety protocols in place

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IoT and BIM for automatic performance recording

Article | March 2, 2020

As part of a Digipro project, ALLPLAN is working with three partners to research a system for automatic performance measurement using IoT and BIM. DigiPro focuses on the digitalisation of products, processes and business models in companies. As part of the German-Dutch INTERREG program Digipro, a project is currently underway that aims to automate performance recording on the construction site using IoT (Internet of Things) and BIM (Building Information Modelling). A consortium of four companies - BuildersMind, mangineers, Nijhuis Bouw B.V. and ALLPLAN - is working on a solution for automated construction site monitoring that documents construction progress in near real time. Promising results have already been achieved in an alpha test phase on two construction sites of Nijhuis Bouw in Enschede 2020.

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How To Use Chaos Engineering for Observability

Article | March 2, 2020

There’s an old truth in software development that your backup is only as good as your last restore. Something similar can be said for your observability platform: You don’t really know how good it is until your system hits a snag, and you can correlate spikes on your dashboards with real system activity. New Relic Solution Architects work with customers to build out best practices for using our platform.

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