Tesmec participation at Samoter 2023
At the 31st edition of the SaMoTer show, the Tesmec Group presented its offering based on sustainable and innovative solutions, a winning combination of technological development and respect for environmental policies.
The Tesmec Group, a leading company in the market of technologies dedicated to infrastructure (overhead, underground and railway networks) for transport of electricity, data and materials (oil and derivatives, gas and water), as well as technologies for quarrying and surface mining, was participating in SaMoTer 2023, the international event dedicated to earthmoving and construction equipment, scheduled from May 3 to 7 at Verona Fiere, presenting its innovative solutions for a digital and zero-emissions construction site.
At the 31st edition of the show, the Group continues to propose sustainable and innovative solutions, two elements that emerge as the winning combination of technological development and respect for environmental policies.
A major innovation was officially launched at the show fits perfectly into this outlook: the e-Sidecut, Tesmec’s first full-electric trencher concept, designed for the deployment of fiber optic networks and the first step toward a completely new range of zero-emission trenchers. The new electric modular architecture also doubles the tank-to-wheel efficiency of the new trencher compared to traditional combustion engine-based machines and significantly reduces noise impact and labor cost.
SaMoTer is, in addition, an opportunity to present to the Italian and international market another innovative and flexible machine from the Group: the MCT 400, a new radio-controlled trencher used for digging trenches for the installation of fiber optics and distribution networks. The new trencher was designed by Tesmec to take on the industry’s most difficult and complex challenges, enabling customers to increase productivity, and improve the quality of work. In addition, thanks to interchangeable trenching units, the MCT 400 can be used for multiple applications in both urban and suburban settings. In addition, the model is also prepared for mechanized laying of cables and pipes, thanks to the kit of rollers, reel holder and laying box. In line with Tesmec’s philosophy of product digitization undertaken over the years, the new MCT 400 is also equipped with TrenchIntel, SmartTracker, TrenchTronic 5.0 and Re.M system, technologies designed to simplify daily use and remote management.
With the goal of integrating the technology package for a state-of-the-art construction site, Tesmec was also showcasing the latest technologies for mapping and surveying underground utilities and digitizing roads and public works, including the Georadar Explorer 3.0, a mobile lidar device and several drones.
With the high-tech proposal presented at SaMoTer, Tesmec confirms its intention to be among the protagonists of this era of green and digital transition, in the light of an intense R&D activity, increasingly dedicated to sustainable innovation, with a specific focus on electrification of equipment to minimize environmental impact and on diagnostics and digitalization.
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