The Hook Latch Trigger was conceived in response to a real challenge. It’s one example of how internal R&D collaboration and close cooperation with customers can result in innovations that help improve productivity, ergonomics and safety.
Innovations that are shaping the world of material handling.
Camera applications are an essential part of Konecranes’ customer solutions. With the help of cameras, the operator can instantly know what is happening several meters away from his location: cameras are able to see what human eyes can’t.
Big data seems like the answer to everything – but how can you separate essential information from the vast sea of data and really transform that into a concrete business advantage?
The accuracy of cranes is essential for the safety and continuity of the businesses of many of Konecranes customers. That’s why crane reliability is at the heart of its operations.
The new Konecranes Brake Monitor devices are the first of their kind to provide concrete, real-time data on the material wear and functioning condition of crane brakes.
Despite the rising demand for automated solutions in material handling, human interaction still plays a significant role in industrial environments.
The new software architecture in SMARTON® cranes updates the crane and its features to meet the demands of modern-day businesses in different industries.
The Remote Control (RemCo) project started as a research study of crane usage and evolved into a development project for new crane controls.
Konecranes’ Side Pulling Prevention Kit is designed to increase both the safety and lifetime of crane components.
Konecranes new VFD Capacitor Reforming service helps keep your variable frequency drives (VFD) ready when they are needed, without having to remove them from your facility.
Konecranes’ new Static Weighing System was launched in response to recent amendments to global regulations that aim to increase the safety of ships at sea.
The Hook Latch Trigger was conceived in response to a real challenge.