|Service||longoing monitoring measurements|
installation survey control and monitoring network
periodical check measurements
|Client/Owner||Österreichische Post AG, Austria|
The Post of Hall in Tyrol operates a fully automated letter sorting plant with a length of nearly 50m. This facility has to be mounted on a completely stable underground to ensure a troublefree function. Due to construction structural subsidence occurring a monitoring and control system should promptly depict additional deformations and should show its tendencies.
For this purpose precision monitoring points as well as inclination sensors were installed in the building. In specified periods the precision monitoring points were measured and the data processed. As a result subsidences with an accuracy of +/- 1mm could be measured.
The inclination sensors surveyed the floor plate and continuously delivered the data to a field notebook. The software installed controls the inclination sensors and saved all its measuring data. As required the data could be processed and prepared in a list format.
|Project executed||06 - 12/2005|
|Service||concept preparation, control software|
test programs, training
|Client/Owner||TYROLIT Hydrostress AG, Switzerland|
Tyrolit Hydrostress AG is specialized in the production of tools for cutting concrete, stone and rock.
A tunnel saw for widening of tunnel profiles, it is necessary to control the saw continuously so that it is constantly adapting to the correct tunnel profile. For continuous control of the tunnel saw robust software and hardware is needed that can withstand the extreme environmental conditions in the tunnel. From existing software moduls, initially used for tunnelling and with the involvement of appropriate hardware components Dibit Messtechnik GmbH compiled a customized solution for the client.