Itho Daalderop

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Itho Daalderop develops and produces leading solutions in the field of heating, tap water, ventilation and control technology. Innovative products and systems that contribute to a healthy, comfortable, energy-efficient and affordable indoor climate. Making people live, work and live more pleasantly - that is our mission. All this under our motto Climate for life.

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INWED20: FEMALE ENGINEERS ENCOURAGED TO ‘SHAPE THE WORLD’

INWED20 | June 23, 2020

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Now in its seventh year, International Women in Engineering Day 2020 (INWED20) aims to raise the profile of women in engineering across the globe. INWED celebrates the impact of female engineers and focuses on career opportunities available to women in the profession. Leeds College of Building has joined the calls for more women to enrol on engineering courses as the UK continues to fall behind Europe when it comes to female engineers. There are 165,000 engineering students in the...

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CYBERSECURITY EXPERT: ALL CONSTRUCTION DATA IS AN ASSET AND SHOULD BE PROTECTED

Construction Dive | February 27, 2020

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A recent ransomware attack on Canadian contractor Bird Construction has once again highlighted the need for cybersecurity measures in the industry. Canadian media reports late last month said that the Ontario-based government contracting company was the victim of an incident that resulted in the encryption of company files. The incident caused no major impacts and the affected files were quickly restored, a company spokesperson said. Nevertheless, the issue raised red flags about national securi...

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CONSTRUCTION SMES PROVE RESILIENT IN THE FACE OF COVID-19

PBC Today | August 11, 2020

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Construction SMEs are leading the recovery in the industry, as they prove to be more resilient than their larger counterparts, according to analysis from Hudson Contract. Construction SMEs have proven to be more resilient during the economic downturn than their larger counterparts. New analysis from Hudson Contract suggests that large firms have cut 30% of subcontractors since the week before lockdown. SMEs appear to have recovered more strongly and are using 21% fewer subcontractors. Ian Anfield,...

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CONNECTED DRONES: THE NEXT TECHNOLOGY ADVANCE FOR WIND TURBINE INSPECTIONS

Windpower Engineering & Development | February 24, 2020

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Drone inspections play a vital role in preventive maintenance of vertical structures, ships, worksites and horizontal infrastructure like railroad tracks and power lines. Therefore, connected drones are the next phase of this technology. In the near future, the main mode of operations for unmanned aerial vehicles will be autonomous flights, beyond sight line of any pilot. Automation plus emerging 5G cellular networks can make the work of inspecting wind turbines far faster and also yield better ...

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INWED20: FEMALE ENGINEERS ENCOURAGED TO ‘SHAPE THE WORLD’

INWED20 | June 23, 2020

Now in its seventh year, International Women in Engineering Day 2020 (INWED20) aims to raise the profile of women in engineering across the globe. INWED celebrates the impact of female engineers and focuses on career opportunities available to women in the profession. Leeds College of Building has joined the calls for more women to enrol on engineering courses as the UK continues to fall behind Europe when it comes to female engineers. There are 165,000 engineering students in the...

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CYBERSECURITY EXPERT: ALL CONSTRUCTION DATA IS AN ASSET AND SHOULD BE PROTECTED

Construction Dive | February 27, 2020

A recent ransomware attack on Canadian contractor Bird Construction has once again highlighted the need for cybersecurity measures in the industry. Canadian media reports late last month said that the Ontario-based government contracting company was the victim of an incident that resulted in the encryption of company files. The incident caused no major impacts and the affected files were quickly restored, a company spokesperson said. Nevertheless, the issue raised red flags about national securi...

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CONSTRUCTION SMES PROVE RESILIENT IN THE FACE OF COVID-19

PBC Today | August 11, 2020

Construction SMEs are leading the recovery in the industry, as they prove to be more resilient than their larger counterparts, according to analysis from Hudson Contract. Construction SMEs have proven to be more resilient during the economic downturn than their larger counterparts. New analysis from Hudson Contract suggests that large firms have cut 30% of subcontractors since the week before lockdown. SMEs appear to have recovered more strongly and are using 21% fewer subcontractors. Ian Anfield,...

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CONNECTED DRONES: THE NEXT TECHNOLOGY ADVANCE FOR WIND TURBINE INSPECTIONS

Windpower Engineering & Development | February 24, 2020

Drone inspections play a vital role in preventive maintenance of vertical structures, ships, worksites and horizontal infrastructure like railroad tracks and power lines. Therefore, connected drones are the next phase of this technology. In the near future, the main mode of operations for unmanned aerial vehicles will be autonomous flights, beyond sight line of any pilot. Automation plus emerging 5G cellular networks can make the work of inspecting wind turbines far faster and also yield better ...

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