Intelligent Paving – Asphalt Technologies With Foresight
MOBA's Intelligent Paving technologies prepare every asphalt paver for the road construction site of the future. The system series gets perfectly complemented by the recently released world innovation PAVE-TM. The introduction of the world's first automatic layer thickness measurement system to the French market is already attracting attention. For the first time, the new technology shows completely new savings potential in asphalt paving. From the world-leading MOBA-matic leveling system to the award-winning innovation system for thermal visualization in asphalt paving, PAVE-IR, all future-oriented MOBA technologies for road construction are presented.
BIM Ready With MOBA Machine Controls
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is also becoming increasingly important in construction. The connected construction site is an essential component for increasing the efficiency and process optimization of a construction project. It is thus becoming indispensable in the future. For example, the MOBA Xsite® 3D machine controls for excavators and drilling machines are absolutely BIM-capable. The ergonomic, 8.4" large touchscreen combined with a worldwide premium support make their operation particularly easy to learn.
Technologies for the Construction of the Future
MOBA's intelligent assistance systems are based on more than 46 years of market experience and are economically and ecologically profitable for every foreman. The global player is advancing further developments in order to sustainably improve the quality of road construction and the connectivity of the construction site. It is thereby constantly setting new standards in the industry.
Today it is very clear: who proves foresight and uses advanced technologies, will quickly be rewarded with an increasing ROI. The diverse possibilities that each contractor are offered will be shown not only on the MOBA booth but also at well-known machine manufacturer’s such as Bomag, Gutzwiller or FENDT, who present MOBA systems live on their machines.