Atlas Copco selects Cavotec HOI to improve mining loader safety, efficiency
Working closely with mining group Atlas Copco, Cavotec has developed an innovative Human Operator Interface (HOI) system, incorporating long-range wireless communication, for operators of rugged loader vehicles used in mining applications deep underground. The solution, which first entered service in 2016, has generated substantial safety and efficiency gains at a mining application in Russia.
Cavotec gears up for Offshore Technology Days
Our offshore technologies experts are preparing for the Offshore Technology Days trade show which gets underway tomorrow at the home of the Norwegian energy industry, Stavanger.
Joint mooring, shore power system wins innovation award
We're delighted to report that our combined automated mooring and shore power system has won the inaugural Innovation of the Year Award at the Electric & Hybrid World Expo 2014.
Cavotec radio remotes pack a punch
News of another of our radio remote control (RRC) applications, this time with units that control the flow of explosives from tank trucks to boreholes via hoses.
Exploring new opportunities at a packed OTC 2014
We’re at the vast #OTCHouston exhibition this week, and judging by the sheer number of visitors, you can see why it’s one of the largest trade shows in the offshore sector.
Cavotec RRCs keep control system ship-shape
Our radio remote control (RRC) units support a wide variety of applications worldwide. In one of our latest projects, we’ve delivered an integrated control system that operates eight lanes of traffic lights, a road barrier and hydraulic decks on a car ferry in Sweden. The system was inaugurated earlier this month.
Cavotec365: an image for every day of 2013
To show how and where our systems are helping industries to operate safely, efficiently and sustainably, we’re planning to post an image of Cavotec equipment on our Twitter feed every day of 2013. We’re calling this Cavotec365, and it’s something we’ll be asking for your help with too - find out more on our blog.
Cavotec RRCs operate water cannon at Swedish port
In another example of how our radio remote control (RRC) systems are used at some unusual applications around the world, one such unit recently entered service with two huge water cannon at Petroport in Stenungsund, southern Sweden.
Cavotec radio remote controls embark on Antarctic mission
Our radio remote controls (RRC) are used in some of the harshest environments in the world. Now, one of our RRC units is headed to the Antartic, where it will be used with to operate a specialised crane that launches and recovers a survey vessel.
Cavotec's radio remote control experts at ONS2012
Cavotec's radio remote control (RRC) experts - Cavotec Micro-control - recently took part in a highly successful ONS2012, one of the offshore energy industry's largest exhibitions. Held in Stravanger, Norway, between August 28 and 30, the event attracted some 50,000 attendees. Here's a brief overview of Cavotec's presence at the show.
Interislander marks 50 years of linking New Zealand's North and South Islands
Interislander, operator of one of the world's most beautiful ferry routes - between North and South Island in New Zealand - is currently celebrating its 50th year of operation. The service was also the very first in the world to introduce Cavotec's automated mooring system MoorMaster™.