ENGINEERING TECH

Engineering smarter with a digital twin

August 13, 2022

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Even before the pandemic, new technology trends and climate change were already pushing industrial organizations to reshape traditional business models. After the pandemic, this shift has only become more urgent. Today, organizations are seeking new ways to both drive their energy transition effectively and meet high-priority digital transformation needs.

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McRaes Global Engineering

Established over 50 years ago, today McRaes Global remains a 100% owned New Zealand owned specialist hydraulic, engineering and control company. Our head office is located in the heart of Whangarei’s port and industrial area and with a large workshop facility also in Auckland; we have the resources and capability available to assist our customer base throughout New Zealand.

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he digital planning, which can now be found in architecture and design offices, at general contractors or via prefabrication, bricklaying robots and GPS-based excavators already on the building site, is characterized by Building Information Modeling (BIM). Yet, BIM is only really an efficient and commercial option if it is paired with the integrated working method.

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Spotlight

McRaes Global Engineering

Established over 50 years ago, today McRaes Global remains a 100% owned New Zealand owned specialist hydraulic, engineering and control company. Our head office is located in the heart of Whangarei’s port and industrial area and with a large workshop facility also in Auckland; we have the resources and capability available to assist our customer base throughout New Zealand.

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