At the end of April, Digitread held a free seminar to demonstrate how Norwegian industry can become more efficient using existing technology. The resulting feedback was very positive.
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Radionor Communications has acquired a simulation program they use to help them calculate the stress that the equipment they make is exposed to in real life. The simulations have become much easier and faster and the calculations are more accurate.
Every year, the Prime Minister invites business leaders to summits on research and higher education. Among those invited at this year's summit in February was Digitread's chairman Helge Kjeilen.
Digitread has just installed the first digital solution that monitors floating docks using sensors and presents the results on an app called SmartDock.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has made a binding partnership with Digitread on a research project, the purpose of which is to make Norwegian shipbuilding more internationally competitive.
Digitread has developed an application that monitors floating docks using various sensors. The purpose is to monitor the condition of the floating dock and detect deviations by triggering alarms if an undesired event occurs.