Here is our stand, number 5235 in the Norwegian Pavilion, at OTC Houston, where we will be demonstrating how our innovative technologies are enabling the offshore energy sector function safely, cleanly and efficiently.
Norway's Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Ola Borten Moe, operates an excavator using a Cavotec radio remote control video link system at ONS 2012, one of the offshore energy industry's largest exhibitions. The event was held between August 28 and August 30, and attracted some 50,000 attendees.
The Cavotec team carrying examples of our equipment at the Cavotec stand - 290/7 in Hall B - at Norway's ONS2012. The show is one of the offshore energy industry's leading exhibitions and meeting places, with organisers expecting some 50,000 visitors to attend over the three-day event.
Cavotec's Sietse Nap controls an excavator using one of our radio remote control (RRC) systems fitted with a live video link-up at Norway's ONS 2012, one of the offshore energy industry's leading exhibitions. We are also exhibiting our innovative joysticks, dragchains, connectors and motorised cable reels, primarily for offshore EX applications, at the three-day event.
Here is an image of our new, lightweight, highly ergonomic radio remote control unit, the MC3100, designed for operators to control mobile cranes, tower cranes, crusher machines and other machinery over extended periods.
Cavotec Micro-control, recently hosted a three-day internal product exhibition in Hausen, central Germany. The event included a visit to specialised transport vehicle manufacturer and Cavotec partner, Goldhofer where participants were able to remotely control the vehicle pictured using Cavotec’s MC-3-6 RRC unit.
Cavotec supplies a comprehensive range of radio remote control (RRC) units for applications in the mining, tunelling, ports and maritime and offshore sectors all around the world.