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MissionOS tunnelling machine data management continues to break new records. As of now the MissionOS based STEMS system on the DTSS-2 tunnel project in Singapore has 18 TBMs and 4 Pipe Jacks excavating simultaneously with MissionOS processing the real-time data from the machines every second with data latency to user below 5 seconds. This is a world record for the industry and is the first time so much data has been aggregated in real-time on a single platform. For security reasons the machines are not directly connected to the internet so this represents a considerable technical achievement by our engineers. This is a big leap from our last record of 7 TBMs in KVMRT2-Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in February of 2019. We'd like to congratulate all of the team in Maxwell GeoSystems Singapore, India and our client PUB, also the lead engineer BVAecom, TBM machine supplier Herrenknecht and all the contractors in helping to make this possible. MissionOS is leading the way in tunnelling data management, for more information Be sure to check out this posting and Follow Us on our LinkedIn company profile for the very latest news and developments. #MissionOS #DTSS-2 #Cloud-based platform #TBM #PUB
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