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Anstey Horne is a firm of Chartered Surveyors with a longstanding reputation as a leading consultancy practice, specialising in rights of light, daylight and sunlight, party walls and building surveying. We are the foremost authority in this specialist field, and have advised on some of the most recognised developments in the UK.

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KUKA: AUTOMATION IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING: SENSITIVE ROBOT INCREASES EFFICIENCY IN FINAL ASSEMBLY

KUKA | May 27, 2020

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With its sensitive capabilities, the LBR iiwa from KUKA measures gap dimensions and flushness of body components such as between the tailgate and side wall or between the headlights and hood. At the same time, the worker carries out further quality tests on the car body. Automation in final assembly is a fairly new field. The fact that humans and robots share the workplace along the flow assembly line has been a rarity up to now. The measurements are relative to the component. Thi...

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GODSPEED CAPITAL ACQUIRES ASCENT ENGINEERING GROUP, INC

Ascent Engineering Group, Inc | November 23, 2021

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Godspeed Capital Management LP (“Godspeed Capital”), a lower middle-market Defense & Government services, solutions, and technology focused private equity firm, announced the successful acquisition of Ascent Engineering Group, Inc. (“Ascent” or the “Company”), an Engineering & Consulting firm that specializes in the engineering and design of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (“MEP”) systems for K-12, Higher Education, Healthcare, a...

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ROBOT SHAVES TIME FROM WINDOVER CONSTRUCTION'S LASER-SCANNING PROCESS

Autodesk | January 22, 2020

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Autodesk Innovator of the Year Amr Raafat has teamed with a robot software company to develop an autonomous laser scanning and layout planning robot that is being used on Windover Construction work sites. The robot is able to move around on uneven surfaces to predetermined locations to scan indoor and outdoor spaces, as well as to measure and draw plans for walls and spaces that would need to be meticulously measured by a human, according to Raafat, Windover Construction’s vice president o...

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GW PLANS A WORKSHOP FOR STEM FACULTY WHO TEACH ENGINEERING THROUGH COMPUTING

George Washington University | March 16, 2020

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The George Washington University is planning a workshop for STEM faculty who want to transform their teaching through integrating computing. This Faculty Development Workshop 2020 was scheduled to be held over three days on 25–27 March. However, due to the Coronavirus national emergency and travel restrictions has been postponed, the organizers told IBL News. The event will be sponsored; it means that GW will be able to offer full travel support –including lodging and food– for...

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KUKA: AUTOMATION IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING: SENSITIVE ROBOT INCREASES EFFICIENCY IN FINAL ASSEMBLY

KUKA | May 27, 2020

With its sensitive capabilities, the LBR iiwa from KUKA measures gap dimensions and flushness of body components such as between the tailgate and side wall or between the headlights and hood. At the same time, the worker carries out further quality tests on the car body. Automation in final assembly is a fairly new field. The fact that humans and robots share the workplace along the flow assembly line has been a rarity up to now. The measurements are relative to the component. Thi...

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GODSPEED CAPITAL ACQUIRES ASCENT ENGINEERING GROUP, INC

Ascent Engineering Group, Inc | November 23, 2021

Godspeed Capital Management LP (“Godspeed Capital”), a lower middle-market Defense & Government services, solutions, and technology focused private equity firm, announced the successful acquisition of Ascent Engineering Group, Inc. (“Ascent” or the “Company”), an Engineering & Consulting firm that specializes in the engineering and design of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (“MEP”) systems for K-12, Higher Education, Healthcare, a...

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ROBOT SHAVES TIME FROM WINDOVER CONSTRUCTION'S LASER-SCANNING PROCESS

Autodesk | January 22, 2020

Autodesk Innovator of the Year Amr Raafat has teamed with a robot software company to develop an autonomous laser scanning and layout planning robot that is being used on Windover Construction work sites. The robot is able to move around on uneven surfaces to predetermined locations to scan indoor and outdoor spaces, as well as to measure and draw plans for walls and spaces that would need to be meticulously measured by a human, according to Raafat, Windover Construction’s vice president o...

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GW PLANS A WORKSHOP FOR STEM FACULTY WHO TEACH ENGINEERING THROUGH COMPUTING

George Washington University | March 16, 2020

The George Washington University is planning a workshop for STEM faculty who want to transform their teaching through integrating computing. This Faculty Development Workshop 2020 was scheduled to be held over three days on 25–27 March. However, due to the Coronavirus national emergency and travel restrictions has been postponed, the organizers told IBL News. The event will be sponsored; it means that GW will be able to offer full travel support –including lodging and food– for...

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