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Komatsu Germany in Düsseldorf develops, manufactures and markets super large hydraulic excavators throughout the world.
Most industrial plants are already highly automated. Programmable controllers, sensors, computers have been common for decades and robots assemble products. But operative leaders naturally need to look ahead. We have automated our processes but what will the next step be? How to make our production line even more efficient? Could the data we collect be the answer?
Eatech (Part of Etteplan Group) implemented a mobile app for Neste that includes mobile refuelling, as well as a wide range of opportunities for customer marketing. Potential users of the application, which was released for iPhone and Android, are all the Finns traveling by car.
Eatech (Part of Etteplan Group) is Posti’s collaboration partner in charge of the maintenance of Posti’s parcel lockers. Eatech also participates in the development of the parcel locker system. The Continuous Services unit of Eatech carried out the modernisation of Posti’s parcel locker equipment and the implementation of the new software during autumn 2017. The work covered all parcel lockers in Finland.
Bumblebee detector is a mobile application developed by Etteplan in Poland to collect data on the bumblebee population to revitalize the population.
“This is a report from a customer project. Here we found several vulnerabilities when scanning a Linux-based device designed for industrial environments.”
Harri Susi, SW Testing & Cyber Security Specialist at Etteplan, is showing us a document that contains a detailed analysis of services provided by an IoT device and how hackers may be able to exploit it. A report like this is the first step towards more secure devices.
Heroism does not scale, as it prevents effective team work. It is a downward spiral that needs to be broken. In order to double the speed, it may first need to be halved for a moment. Engineers are brilliant in teamwork - once they are encouraged to it.
Products have to be certified according to many different norms and standards. These include national and international norms, so the requirements can differ between countries and continents. Norms and standards also change continuously.
LoRaWAN certification program was announced on 10th of November 2015. We’ve learned that there is a remarkable interest among LoRaWAN community to get the products certified. Hence, we’ve released a FAQ to help the community with the most common questions.
The purpose of LoRaWAN certification is to ensure that a product complies with the LoRaWAN specifications and is compatible with LoRaWAN networks and other LoRaWAN products. Only through the certification can a manufacturer be sure that their product functions correctly without interfering with others.
The world’s first LoRaWAN certification testing was done in Etteplan’s laboratory in Jyväskylä, Finland.
Did you miss the "Exploring LoRa with ARM Mbed" webinar? No worries. There's a recording of the webinar and many other resources to help you get started.
Start by watching the recording of the weibinar here. It will provide with insights on what LoRa, how to use and why it is a part of Mbed: https://pages.arm.com/webinar-recording-exploring-lora-recording.html
Our world is full of sounds. The wind, birds, traffic, buzz of voices, discussions, radio, music, sirens. The soundscape is an essential part of our environment, but all sounds are not natural anymore. Our technology causes noise and we are surrounded by devices designed to create artificial sound. One of the keys to our wellbeing is to master the soundscape.
Every day Boon Edam, a leading manufacturer of revolving doors and security barriers, delivers beautiful products that are crafted to perfection. An excellent product deserves a manual equally as great. One that does not require any explanation, and makes life easier for the mechanic and the end user. For Boon Edam this has not always been the case. Bert Dammers, Manager Information & Document Management at Boon Edam, and his team give us a look into what it took to be able take great pride in the company's manuals.
The service interval of an Emergence Taival location tracker can be even 10 years. This top product, developed in Finland, transmits the location of a moving object no matter if it were on the ground or on the sea - even in the harshest conditions.
Enevo provides smart sensor and analytics based logistics optimization solutions for the waste management and recycling industry.
MS Viking Grace is a cruise ferry constructed at STX Europe Turku Shipyard, Finland for the Finland-based ferry company Viking Line. She is the world's first LNG-fuelled large passenger ship, now running between Turku, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden.
The Offshore Patrol Vessel UVL10 was built for the Finnish Border Guard at STX Finland Oy’s Rauma shipyard in Finland. The ship can be used in all weather and visibility conditions on the Baltic Sea and it is capable of independent long-term operation at extended ranges. The ship hull and its systems have been designed with seaworthiness and operational dependability to ensure functioning capacity under extreme conditions.
S. A. Agulhas II is an ice breaking polar supply and research ship built in 2012 by STX Finland Rauma shipyard in Rauma, Finland. S. A. Agulhas II was designed from the beginning to carry out both scientific research and supply South African research stations in the Antarctic.
Deep-sea fisheries and multidisciplinary research vessels are used to collect information on fish stocks and their living environment. The vessels are capable of performing different types of research tasks necessary for the sustainability of fish stocks and the marine environment.
The vessel brings together the very latest innovations in arctic shipbuilding science and technology.