No
Yes
View More
View Less
Working...
Close
OK
Cancel
Confirm
System Message
Delete
Schedule
An unknown error has occurred and your request could not be completed. Please contact support.
Scheduled
Wait Listed
Personal Calendar
Speaking
Conference Event
Meeting
Interest
There aren't any available sessions at this time.
Conflict Found
This session is already scheduled at another time. Would you like to...
Loading...
Please enter a maximum of {0} characters.
{0} remaining of {1} character maximum.
Please enter a maximum of {0} words.
{0} remaining of {1} word maximum.
must be 50 characters or less.
must be 40 characters or less.
Session Summary
We were unable to load the map image.
This has not yet been assigned to a map.
Search Catalog
Reply
Replies ()
Search
New Post
Microblog
Microblog Thread
Post Reply
Post
Your session timed out.
This web page is not optimized for viewing on a mobile device. Visit this site in a desktop browser to access the full set of features.
HxGN LIVE 2015 Las Vegas

9200 - KUMONOS and Baum Station – Practical Applications of New-Generation Reticles for Crack Inspection

Session Speakers
Session Description

KUMONOS is the unique optical system with built-in innovative reticle-scale for crack measurements. KUMONOS facilitates the measurement of cracks from 0.4 mm from distance of 100 meters. The results obtained are automatically converted to three-dimensional digital data format and can be imported in CAD software for further processing. KUMONOS allows more precise data in a shorter interval of time than traditional methods. With KUMONOS precision, safety and economic performance are increased allowing it to play constructive role in infrastructure assets management. Baum Station is also a system utilizing innovative reticle which, combined with a Total Station allows the remotely measurement of radii and central coordinates of cylindrical objects such as poles, piles etc., This presentation will demonstrate a system that significantly improves the automation of construction pile driving techniques. Both technologies are patented in the United States, Japan and Europe and are the technologies recommended by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan.


Additional Information
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule
    Similar Sessions
    Session Rating
    This session has not been rated yet 5.0/5.0