What exactly is meant by a digital construction site? First and foremost, it is the handling of all construction processes via central, digital systems such as software solutions and apps. Their advantage: data can be communicated quickly and reliably via laptop, smartphone and PC. At the same time, the digital construction site requires the constant exchange of information between all participants. This is exactly where the challenge begins: the data of machines from different manufacturers are not directly comparable. Uniform standards are needed for this.
In bauma TALK 3, our experts will discuss the path to the digital construction site and take you on a journey from the user of the construction machinery to initial trials in research and implementation in practice.
bauma TALK 3 will bring you up to date with the latest developments and give you an outlook on what the optimum digital construction site of the future could look like.
Michael Tonke, Hauptverband der Deutschen Bauindustrie, Head of Mechanical Department, Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG
Titel: Digitalization of the construction machinery from the user´s perspective
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Weber, Director, Institut für Mechatronischen Maschinenbau, TU Dresden
Titel: System architecture, machine data integration and connectivity on future construction sites
Alexander Mozer, Teamleiter Maschinendigitalisierung, Leonhard Weiss GmbH & Co. KG
Titel: Digital machine data – from the perspective of a construction company
Katharina Schick, Project Engineer Attachment Tools, Liebherr Hydraulikbagger GmbH
Titel: MiC 4.0 BUS – An open data interface for attachments as the key to a smart construction site
Darius Soßdorf, Managing Director MiC 4.0 and FVB, VDMA