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Geobrugg launches Remote Monitoring Service

In September 2020 Geobrugg GUARD for remote monitoring of barriers enters the European market. Developed for the most adverse environmental conditions, GUARD monitors rockfall and debris flow barriers, avalanche barriers, or similar systems.


Fugro’s ROV Survey and Monitoring Services help install World’s longest Subsea Interconnector

Fugro has completed a contract for Nexans to provide remotely operated vehicle (ROV) survey and monitoring support services to lay the North Sea Link cable through a mountain and along a lakebed in Norway. National Grid NSN Link Ltd and Statnett SF are building an electricity interconnector between Kvilldal in Norway and Blyth in the UK which, on completion, will be the longest subsea interconnector in the world. Fugro’s innovative survey and monitoring solutions supported the installation of two cables through the mountain between Hylsfjorden and Lake Suldalsvatnet, and along the lakebed at a depth of 210 m.


Metso Outotec acquires Davies Wear Plate Systems

Metso Outotec has closed today the acquisition of the Australia-based fastener and wear monitoring technology provider Davies Wear Plate Systems, extending its wear lining portfolio and capabilities.  

The acquired technology includes fasteners with a unique locking mechanism that does not require traditional studs and nuts and thus enables faster and safer maintenance work. Davies Wear Plate Systems’ portfolio also includes wear monitoring technology, which provides a real-time forecast of wear and expected liner change-out timing. The monitoring solution can be fitted to any metallic or ceramic liner, independent of attachment systems.


Vale informs on Slope of the Gongo Soco Mine in Brazil

Vale informs that its teams continue to monitor and report to authorities the movements in the primary and secondary portions of the northern slope of the Gongo Soco mine pit, in Barão de Cocais (MG), paralyzed since 2016. The northern slope continues to slide into the structure, a process that has been taking place gradually since last year, as reported to the market on May 16th, 2019.


Tunnel Rastatt: Fortsetzung des Baus der Tunnelröhren


Nach der Havarie im Bereich der Oströhre setzte die westliche Tunnelvortriebsmaschine (TVM) ihre Arbeit zunächst fort. Nach 3.672 Metern von Ötigheim kommend, erreichte die TVM „Sibylla- Augusta“ Anfang Dezember 2017 den Bereich vor der Rheintalbahn. Um ihre Arbeiten zum Weiterbau der westlichen Tunnelröhre zeitnah wieder aufnehmen zu können, fuhr sie im April 2019 in einen Wartungsschacht ein, wo sie für die letzten 200 Meter Tunnelvortrieb vorbereitet wurde.

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