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  1. Climbing Cranes Would Not Be Possible without Cameras

    Climbing Cranes Would Not Be Possible without Cameras

    The Dutch wind turbine manufacturer Lagerwey is the first in the world to develop a climbing crane. The crane is controlled from a laptop on the ground, and 14 Orlaco FAMOS compact cameras play a key role. It is the end of 2017, and the first part of an L136 wind turbine stands out against the blue skies over the windy harbor of Eemshaven in the Netherlands. Some 60 meters up, a crane system is climbing upward on what will be the tallest onshore wind turbine in the Netherlands (with a tow...

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  2. The most sturdy HD IP cameras for vessels and cranes

    The most sturdy HD IP cameras for vessels and cranes

    Orlaco introduces the most sturdy HD IP cameras that can be used for maritime surveillance and construction cranes. The newcomers feature the highest achievable level of protection: IP69K. In other words, the cameras are particularly suitable for heavy duty and extreme weather conditions, such as on ships, quays, construction cranes and offshore. Orlaco’s state-of-the-art network cameras support TCP/IP and enable streaming of high resolution video images via digital networks. As desired b...

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  3. Loadview system essential on telescopic cranes of crane owner Kuiphuis

    Loadview system essential on telescopic cranes of crane owner Kuiphuis

    ‘The load is always visible, even when working behind a building’ Lifting construction material over a sixty meters tall building with a telescopic crane? An extra pair of eyes is indispensable in that situation, crane owner Kuiphuis knows this from experience. The cranes of the century old family business can be found daily on construction sites in the East of the Netherlands. Bricks, walls, floors, concrete; Kuiphuis’s crane drivers make sure all materials get to the right place....

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