15 finalists shortlisted for bauma Innovation Award 2019

Five winners will be honored on the evening before the opening of the bauma exhibition

Bauma, 2019, Innovation, Award

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The bauma innovation award 2019 will be presented in five categories: (1) machinery, (2) components and digital systems, (3) construction work, construction methods, and construction processes; (4) science and research; and (5) design.  
The five winners will be honored in the Court Church of All Saints in the Munich Residence on the evening before the opening of the bauma exhibition, which will be held from April 8 to 15 in Munich.

The jury will evaluate the entries on the basis of criteria that apply to the industry and its future. These criteria include questions such as: How practical is a solution; how much economic potential does it have; what role has the spread of digitalization played, just as environmental protection, sustainability, resource efficiency and humanization of jobs? The key criteria in the design category are aesthetics and appearance or the link between form and function.

The bauma innovation award is a joint project under the leadership of the German Engineering Federation (VDMA), bauma, Central Association of the German Construction Industry (HDB), German Construction Confederation (ZDB) and German Building Materials Association (BBS).

bauma Innovation Award 2019 Nominees

Machine
Herrenknecht: E-Power Pipe trenchless system for installation of underground cables
Liebherr: 370 EC-B 12 Fibre flat-top tower crane
Wirtgen: cold milling machine with Mill Assist

Components and digital systems
Bomag ion dust shield for cold milling machines
DokaXact positioning system for wall formwork
Moba Mobile Pave-TM layer thickness measurement system for road construction

Construction work, construction methods, and construction processes
Bauer Maschinen: b-project data management software
Max Bögl Wind: mobile production plant
Ed. Züblin: reinforced concrete roof of Stuttgart underground station

Science and research
Frieberg University of Mining and Technology: Conti-e-pulse comminution – sustainable raw material processing by means of high-voltage pulses.
Technical University of Munich: Construction site 4.0 with holography technology
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: Defined removal of highly reinforced concrete

Design
Liebherr: Intusi user interface to communication with construction equipment
Mecalac: TV1200 compaction roller
Tracto-Technik: Grundodrill HDD rigs.

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