Enabling safe construction worldwide, investment in innovative scale-up Omnidots

The Dutch Groningen-based scale-up Omnidots has secured a €1 million investment to grow internationally with its SWARM vibration sensor for the construction industry. The growing company wants to ensure safer construction internationally.

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Vibration guide values British Standard

Vibration guide values for the British Standard have been added in Honeycomb for BS7385 category 1 & 2, for cosmetic damage. With this update, the vibration guide values can be seen in the various charts in Honeycomb.

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Correct names according to guidelines

In Honeycomb, the correct names are now listed for the various guidelines.

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New dealers worldwide

We are proud to announce that we have partnered with the following new Omnidots dealers. Our ever-expanding dealer network enables us to better serve our customers worldwide.

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Webhook notifications for API available

Are you currently using the API from Honeycomb? If so, you can now use Webhooks too. If so, you can now use Webhooks too. Your API can now receive notifications from your SWARM by configuring a webhook.

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Support of 12-hour clock

In many countries, the 12-hour clock is the standard for time notation. The 24 hour clock, therefore, was confusing to use in regions which operate using the 12- hour clock.

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Custom alarming

The custom frequency-dependent threshold also comes with custom alarming.

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Custom frequency-dependent threshold

The custom threshold is a newly added feature in Honeycomb. This allows you to set your own customized frequency dependent velocity thresholds.

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Updated API and CSV exports

We’ve updated our API. Previously, the API would register measurements below the threshold as ‘0’, but this measurement was not always an absolute ‘0’. We will now leave it as an empty field.

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