To find out the difference between predicted duty cycle and an actual use in the field, Comer Industries used a Datum Power Monitoring System, specifically designed to monitor for agricultural machinery.
We are pleased to announce a new distributor, Comtel Corporation, who will provide sales and product support on our torque transducers and shaft power measurement solutions across 5 USA states.
Read how a leading mining complex in Australia implemented Datum’s 3–hole bolt-on weighing sensors, eliminating risks of potential failures and reducing maintenance issues to a minimum.
Managing Director of Datum Electronics is speaking about developments in Shaft Power Measurement at the “Low-Cost Monitoring to Optimise Propulsion Efficiency” workshop on the 25th of April, 2017.
Last week we have been at Transport 2017 Exhibition in Denmark, showcasing how simple bolt-on strain sensors can help to improve overall productivity while reducing maintenance and operating costs.
We and our Danish distributors, Uhre andNybaek, are now very excited to be attending the Transport 2017 exhibition on the 23-25 March at MCH Messecenter in Herning, Norway.
Marine Scotland, responsible for monitoring the activities of all fishing vessels in Scottish waters, required a temporary system that can be simply installed and removed on the same day of testing.
Datum Electronics Ltd is proud to be a part of a revolutionary project, MOVE (Monitoring for Operational Vessel Efficiency), funded by Innovate UK, which has brought new opportunities for the small commercial vessel market, within the maritime sector. The MOVE consortium participants – Gardine Geosurvey – Lloyd’s Register EMEA – Marin South East – REAPsystems – Triskel […]
ROVs were developed in 1960s and used by US Navy to perform deep-sea rescue operations and recover objects, such as lost bombs, from the ocean. Despite the fact that they have been with us for less than half a decade, technological development of ROV vehicles has come a long way. Sperre As is a company in Norway […]