Tag: electronics & information technology

Mobile Services In The Craft

December 12, 2014 at 5:52 pmCategory:General

Challenges of mobile resource management for the construction order processing small and medium-sized craft businesses have often little chance in the awarding of major projects because they lack the resources for such orders. Even worse, that the tendering of major projects is increasingly on electronic means; Since this year, even the standard should be this approach on the basis of EU policy in the public sector. Against this background makes the reading-hofer IAO with the project MAREMBA small and medium-sized craft businesses fit for large orders. With a focus on the electrical trade, it is the goal of MAREMBA, to tap the market potential of the large construction sites. Warnings have difficulties attracting income-securing orders them today increasingly typical size in the.

Increasingly craft firms have in this environment a disadvantage against corporations that Mischkalkulationen and a much broader resource base, as well as local presence in the Competition can occur differently. Here, cooperation is a survival necessity, to play a role beyond the extended work bench in the future. Intelligent E-collaboration solutions enable communication and coordination over distance, provide access to common knowledge and connect both people within a company, as well as across corporate boundaries. To solutions participate in how it can succeed on the tender and cooperative management of large projects, now displays the publication originated as part of the project MAREMBA – Mobile Assistant for resource management in the construction order processing on. Handwerbsbetriebe find in the publication answers on questions like: will reduce expenses for project coordination, without risking a loss of quality in the cooperation? What is the benefit it offers to avoid media discontinuities within the consortium of construction and if necessary, media applications involving the client? Under the motto Increase productivity and promote sustainability provides the publication contributions of practitioners and experts on current trends and future perspectives around the subject area networked cooperation on construction sites. The publication is available in the ILO-shop at shop.iao.fraunhofer.de for the price of 20. More Tobias Hug, Fraunhofer IAO