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TeDaLoS Best Practice – Customer Stories

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Convincing performance – Using additional TeDaLoS systems to create a digital twin at automotive supplier Miba!

 

In 2017, Miba began testing TeDaLoS sensors in electroplating facilities as well as operations and auxiliary material warehouses at multiple locations. As a result of the system’s outstanding performance, a rollout was carried out in 2019 at the sites in Laakirchen, in the production and headquarters, and soon also in Vorchdorf. Michael Trausner, Lead Buyer at Miba, sums up positively: “Implementing the TeDaLoS system makes digitalised – and thus streamlined – purchasing and logistics processes a reality. Goods movement and inventories are managed automatically, eliminating potential sources of error.”

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Material flow monitoring with TeDaLoS sensors at rail infrastructure supplier KRUCH

 

KRUCH Railway Innovation is an Austrian quality company that can look back on 150 years of company tradition in the steel construction sector. Over the past few decades, KRUCH has established itself as the specialist for signal construction and contact line construction in the top group of international rail infrastructure providers.

Jan Röhl, CEO of KRUCH Railway Innovation explains: “The implementation of TeDaLoS enables a real-time view of the A-part flow of goods in the company as a representation of physical reality. This results in a great increase in efficiency in storage, production and purchasing, right through to sales. “

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The customer in the interview: Material flow monitoring with TeDaLoS sensors at rail infrastructure supplier KRUCH

Jan Röhl, CEO of KRUCH Railway Innovation explains in an interview the motivation to use TeDaLoS and the results achieved with it.

TeDaLoS’ international customers and users

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