Testing, measurement and control
Civil engineering is all about precision. To make sure everything is correct and as it should be, both before and after construction, the event will showcase a range of smart equipment for testing, measurement and control. Digitalisation is one area in which a number of new developments have emerged. At TiefbauLIVE in Karlsruhe, you will be able to see these for yourself.
Construction projects need to be just as precise on site as they are on the drawing board. Without construction measurement tools, the planning and monitoring of civil engineering projects would descend into chaos. TiefbauLIVE will feature a range of distance measuring equipment that provides both precision and operating comfort. You will be able to test both newly developed and conventional laser rangefinders and sound level meters. Distance measuring equipment is particularly important in road construction. You will be able to try these measurement methods yourself at the trade fair and find out which technology is best for your needs.
Digitalisation has now arrived on the construction site. As a result, telematics and telemetry play an important role in communication and monitoring.
Telemetry allows machinery to be monitored remotely 24/7, for example. In the event of faults or anomalies, an emergency stop can be triggered remotely through real-time communication.
Telematics is also making life easier for many businesses. GPS and GSM-controlled systems are enabling new processes. From driver logs and fleet management to anti-theft surveillance, these functions help make your business more efficient and successful. At TiefbauLIVE, you will be able to find out about the many areas in which telematics and digital monitoring are used.