Work Safety

Digital Data Recording for Compressed Air Work

The German company HydroWork GmbH has developed the novel mobile automation system CAIS (Compress Air Intervention System). It uses digital recording technology to record precise data required in compressed air work on tunnel construction sites that employ tunnel boring machines and for all other caisson work.A protective case contains all the components needed for the mobile automation system, and secondly, it houses oxygen reading devices, digital displays that provide all the requisite data and figures for the manlock attendant, ports for sensors, the IT components, the hand-held scanner...

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