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Nuve-Lab and Mevea to Cooperate in the Development of Autonomous and Sustainable vehicles

Oulu University of Applied Sciences’ new research and development environment for working machines, NUVE-LAB, was inaugurated at the opening ceremony at the Linnanmaa campus on 12 October 2022. Around 40 representatives of companies and partners visited the brand-new premises and equipment on site. In the research and development environment focused on the green transition of... Read more »

Discover Mevea at Bauma 2022

Over half a million people are expected to attend 33rd edition of the world’s largest construction trade fair, which will take place at the Trade Fair Center Messe München, Germany, from Monday 24 to Sunday 30, October 2022. Bauma is the world’s most important meeting point for the construction machinery, building material machine and mining... Read more »

Mevea Online Seminar 2022:
Learn the Concrete Benefits of Physics-Based Digital Twin in Development and Testing of Intelligent Machines

Welcome to the 9th annual Mevea Online Seminar 2022, which will be organized as a virtual event. Traditional product development and testing approaches do not enable a swift, efficient, and reliable design process. Instead, fresh and innovative approaches are needed to enable the development of new solutions for machine intelligence and to improve testing capabilities.... Read more »

Mevea's Portable Remote Training Simulator's global coverage

Portable Remote Training Simulator

There is one irrefutable truth in personnel training – money can buy great training tools, but finding great instructors isn’t as easy. When you send a skilled instructors to the other side of the world to train new operators, that asset becomes temporarily unavailable. Using remote training solutions enables you to effectively leverage your assets... Read more »

Operator Training: Keeping Pace with the Port Industry

The port industry has a history of innovating to meet the changing requirements of global shipping and trade. However, as cranes are becoming smarter and ports are becoming more digitized, how do you ensure that your simulation-based training reflects the capabilities and technology of the modern terminal and doesn’t risk becoming a disconnected island within your port?