05. October 2021
HINE plans your system smart
Digitization has created new possibilities for planning but also for the maintenance of systems. The keyword: Building Information Modelling (BIM) refers to planning methods in which the system data is digitally modelled, combined, and recorded centrally with the help of software.
This reduces the risk of errors in planning while increasing efficiency at the same time. BIM protects your investment and keeps your investment costs under control. The intelligent data model also helps to reduce operating costs in the maintenance of systems. An optimized warehouse management of spare parts and the integration into your ERP system makes this possible.
HINE relies on this CADISON software solution. With our experienced specialist planners, we will make your investment a success through intelligent and digital planning. With existing systems, we support you in optimizing your operating costs through digitally supported maintenance. Come with us into the digital age. Come to the HINE. Contact us.
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Test trolley for the calibration of measuring systems for cryogenic liquids and liquefied carbon dioxide
HINE at the Life Sciences practical group at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW)
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Dr. Andreas Hirschmann, Managing Director of HINE, attentively follows the statements made by Diego Modolell, Head of Gas / District Heating at SVGW, at the SVGW Roadshow 2021 in Basel
Lars Neff, Managing Director of HINE, presents the experience gained in introducing CADISON as a software solution for system planning at the CIC2021
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