The possibilities with our remote controls are huge. That is why it’s nice to get photos or video’s back from clients or sometimes being able to view a project nearby. We had a chance to see an application of our remote controls in combination with a lifting beam.
In the logistics industry, every bit of space is made use of. This also applies to caravan storage. At Arendse Caravans the storage and positioning of a caravan is done by means of an electric tractor equipped with a wireless remote control made by Tyro.
Have you ever thought how asphalt is layed in a tunnel? Normally the tunnel is not high enough for the tipping trailer to tip the asphalt. Do-Wa Trailers in Nunspeet (NL) has designed a trailer that delivers the asphalt by means of a conveyor belt. You might think “no problem” but appearances can be deceptive.
The research station for vegetable cultivation (PSKW) in Belgium is a test facility that is focused on research, development and innovation of the agricultural sector. The organization has recently provided a Tyro wireless remote control on a New Holland tractor. In combination with a GPS system there is one person less required for the leek […]
A winch usually has two functions; turning out and turning in. A good application for the 2 channel remote control Lyra, in combination with the Hydrus receiver. A big producer of bodywork construction uses the Lyra/Hydrus combination for the winches on the autotransporters that they build.
The Pioneering Spirit, which is 382 m long and 124 m broad is the biggest ship in the world. The ship has a double hull which makes one think of a catamaran. The offshore company Allseas designed the ship for dismantling big platforms offshore.
Tyro remote controls are regularly applied in mushroom cultivation. Previously we described how a client made use of a remote control to operate a winch. Hoving Holland applies a somewhat more advanced technique with the aid of the Tyro M2M set.
Wolfskuil is an old working-class neighbourhood in the district Nijmegen-Oud-West (The Netherlands). The area north-east of the Nieuwe Nonnendaalseweg was built in the in the first and second decades of the last century. The public area is characterized by a number of major avenues and smaller residential streets and squares. These lanes follow the structure […]
Coal has been mined in Ibbenbüren since the 16th century. With green energy becoming increasingly more popular, the German government decided to gradually shut down all coal mines. The coal mine at Ibbenbüren is one of the last two coal mines that are still operating in Germany. To effectively mine as much coal as possible […]
Sperlich Circus has been performing for more than 130 years and is known throughout Germany. The circus, which has been passed down from generation to generation has gone through many changes and has developed into a leader in the market of educational circus projects for schools.