The dashboard widget provides an extra opportunity to improve your understanding of the project. With the dashboard you have an overview of the work that is open, still to be assigned and what is behind schedule. You can use the new dashboard widget anywhere in your project. Soon it will also be a standard part of the application.
Maintaining an overview of maintenance work has its challenges. During maintenance, several registrations are usually made in a number of steps to carry out the work. Smart handover of information between these steps saves a lot of time. Time that would otherwise be lost searching for information, keeping separate lists, calling or texting each other and merging information. How much easier would it be if you no longer have to manually transfer information? This is possible with the forms in KE-chain. Joost Schut is happy to tell us more about it.
Results count. They are convinced of this at De Kuiper Infrabouw. The family business has been a reliable partner for (semi-) governments, project developers and construction companies for many years. They focus on infrastructure and infrastructure construction works. The engineering associated with these projects is an integral part of the activities. De Kuiper Infrabouw uses KE-chain to carry out all quality inspections. Jan-Willem Meerkerk, director at De Kuiper Infrabouw, calls KE-chain the link between the drawing and reality and is happy to tell us more about it.
Like many infrastructure companies, Mourik uses Relatics to keep an overview of the requirements for specification and verification. They use KE chain to carry out inspections and other registrations. To maintain an overview in one place, the results of the inspections are combined in Relatics. This was an error-prone and manual administrative process for the use of KE-chain. With KE-chain they have created a bidirectional link that optimizes the entire process. Maarten Boer, information manager and systems engineer at Mourik, is happy to tell us more.
Today’s best products are all designed with an integrated approach to development and manufacturing processes. Ideally, all data on material properties and behavior is available throughout the workflow. However, so far, many different interfaces and systems have hindered the use of material data across the entire workflow. Together with 30 international partners we have joined forces to change that in the ITEA3 project VMAP – Virtual Material Modeling in Manufacturing project. With the VMAP standard, we were able to integrate various simulation software into a workflow with KE-chain. Bastiaan Beijer was involved in this as an expert of the KE-chain platform and is happy to tell us more about the project.
BAM Infra Rail works with several systems to keep an overview of the information from the railway construction projects. Keeping track of the status of the inspections, deviations and VTWs is key to timely and complete delivery.