A custom metal fabrication shop required a solution to improve their project management and precision. Specifically, the company had a large vertical construction project coming up that presented unique challenges to their team.
An urban Canadian police service required improved precision when collecting data from crime scenes and were looking for one efficient tool that would do it all.
A major Canadian surface-strip coal mine operator required an automated system to monitor instability in a section of a mine tailings dam.
A high-volume commuter rail service was looking for a built-for-purpose custom solution to help them move away from their dependence on leasing critical maintenance-of-way (MOW) equipment to manage their track infrastructure.
The rail transit authority in a major North American city relied on three twenty-year-old powered flatcars for essential maintenance functions, but they needed to be replaced due to long-term wear.
A North American steel producer was looking to improve their product capability and increase overall production through a major mill expansion and equipment upgrade.
A customer with a 5000-acre farming operation in Eastern Alberta experienced significant savings by using a Brandt 1547LP+ Field GrainBelt during his seeding season.