In October, the international geo community will travel to one of Germany’s top exhibition locations to exchange insights, ideas and business cards: InterGeo 2022 will take place in Essen from October 18 to 20.
From September 20 to 22, Omnidots will be in Essen, Germany, to exhibit at the InfraTech exhibition for infrastructure. As an exhibitor, we want to show expo attendees how Omnidots is contributing to this year’s theme of “rethinking infrastructure.”
We just added a new item to our expo calendar: the GTL expo in Hoevelaken, the Netherlands. Like last year, Omnidots will be exhibiting at the largest trade fair and conference for noise, vibration and air quality in the Benelux region in November 2022. The program of the GTL will be announced in Ju...
Reviewing the graph data collected for a specific vibration monitoring project is now possible with the new Date Picker feature in Honeycomb. Previously, you could view pre-set time frames such as days or weeks.
Configuring your SWARM to monitor vibrations is now easier than ever before with the Honeycomb graph preview. The new feature shows you what your alarm limits would look like as you create a measuring point. This means you no longer need to run a trial measurement to determine if you set the alarm thresholds correctly. Instead, you can check if they align with your plans and relevant guidelines as you configure the SWARM. Ensuring that alerts are sent out at the right time has just become a lot more convenient.
With construction and infrastructure projects, there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. Every project comes with its own set of challenges, including vibration monitoring. But you can still earn from the experiences of others.