This webinar will provide you with an essential overview of how indurad’s next-generation radar measurement technology and adaptive software solutions will help debottleneck your buffer zone’s performance.

 

Please choose your favorite time and day:

 

Australia | June 30th, 11am AWST | GMT+8: Register now for free

 

Europe/Africa | June 30th, 09am CET | GMT+2: Register now for free

 

North America | June 30th, 9am PT | GMT-7: Register now for free

 

Russia | July 1st, 11am MSK| GMT+3: Register now for free 

(Russian language)

 

For those who registered but cannot attend the webinar, a summary will be available for you to view at your convenience.

 

 

 

Why attend:

Our iSilo/iDome solutions have been adding value to a multitude of bulk material handling processes by providing precise 3D inventory control for all types of silos and domes. Growing industry requirements such as: needing to convert material level to volume or mass, accounting for specific material behavior, and operating reliably in harsh ambient conditions have proven to be too much for conventional level measurement systems. Whereas, iSilo and iDome use robust 3D sensors and cutting-edge software to confidently meet these objectives. Additionally, 3D inventory control is one of the most critical components of having a Digital Twin that allows clients to utilize the advantages of real time plant monitoring.

We will provide you with an expert view on how to make your business safer and more efficient. We are offering the opportunity to speak with the indurad team after the webinar to discuss each of your unique goals.

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