the intelligent way of production
Be smart, produce smart. Industry 4.0 comes with a Smart Factory, in which workers make use of digitalization, latest hardware and innovative solutions. All together it creates the future way of production:
| Paperless - having your data displayed in real-time
| Accurate - using visual support to optimze manual worksteps
| Qualitative - screening elements and worksteps to identify quality issues
| Reportive - processing lots of data, enables holistic statistics and reports
| Smart - optimzing the cooperation of manual and automated work
BIM based Workflow
Building Information Modeling
The term Building Information Modeling (BIM for short ) describes a method of optimised planning, implementation and management of buildings and other structures by means of software. All relevant construction data will be thereby digitally modelled, combined and recorded. BIM enables a new way of collaborative work between the functional departments based on the appropriate software systems. ntegrating the BIM-approach into the production and implementation phases generates a better communication, a clearer building process and fewer complications during construction.
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the lotsize 1 industry
Every precast and prefabrication production has its individual requirements, which requires an equally individual solution. We are the partner for exactly that. We are experts in all types of prefabrication, whether material, elementtype or way of construction.
| pallet circulation systems for ceiling and wall elements
| modular construction
| facade elements
| constructive precast parts
| wooden prefabrication
| sleeper manufacturing
the interface for prefabrication
IFC is already used as a standard exchange format between architectural software systems, but most of the contained information is lost in the subsequent data exchange process between specialized precast CAD solutions and automation facilities such as precast MES (manufacturing execution systems), Production Planning systems and ERP systems. Current interfaces between precast CAD and MES are inflexible and unable to adapt to new requirements. The project is aimed at creating an internationally standardized interface maintained by the industry.
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