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More cranes systems for LASE

LASE will supply anti-collision systems for terminal in Belgium and India.

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More cranes systems for LASE

Laser measurement system specialist LASE has announced two new crane projects using its range of 2D and 3D laser sensors.

 

In Belgium, LASE has secured an order to equip two STS cranes with its LCPS-STS-3D - Load Collision Prevention System. This uses two 3D sensors to profile the ship and generate a scan plane of the stacks within the bays. By comparing the actual position of the spreader (with or without a container) with the profile of the stacks the system reduces the risks of a collision.

 

The second project involves a German crane manufacturer and an undisclosed terminal in Kolkata, India. Here LASE will install its LCPS Load Collision Prevention System, which is also available with 2D sensors.

 

LASE has also announced two new partnerships starting on 1 April 2021. In Egypt, LASE will be cooperating with Hübner-Giessen – Egypt, where local area sales director Ahmed Adel will represent the LASE range. The second partnership is with RENUT Morocco, headed by CEO Mohamed Habibi, and will cover Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Mauritania.

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