About us

indurad GmbH is an automation solution supplier and innovative sensor manufacturer.

indurad offers robust radar automation solutions for volumetric inventory control, machine positioning, anti-collision and safety applications in mining, material handling and steel.

Products and services

indurad will present its range of radar-based automation solutions for the mining and material handling industries. Apart from our well-known solutions such as iBelt (belt scale alternative) and iStockpile (full 3D monitoring of major stockpiles), we will also present new solutions from pit to port that support the entire production chain in mining operations.

This will also include brand new developments in our hardware portfolio. The focus will be put on high-range and robust positioning sensors and transponder technology that have the potential to revolutionize both machine positioning, material handling and inventory control.

Information on reference installations in North America will also be available upon request.

iBelt™ Volumetric load measurement, belt speed measurement, belt misalignment control

iBelt™ is a radar-based, highly robust belt volume measurement solution for volume flow, historical production data, belt misalignment and overall efficiency control:
• Single calibration, no maintenance required
• Installation within one shift, easy calibration
• Works under all environmental conditions
• Reduce conveyor wear, downtime, power consumption and avoid over- or under filling

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iProximity™: Intelligent and Adaptable high-range Collision Avoidance Solution

iProximity™ is a comprehensive collision avoidance solution that can be customized to various machines and environments. Collision avoidance is a standard feature in our solution packages for stackers, reclaimers and similar mining machinery. Please click on the respective link below for more detailed information.

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iShiploader™ Collision Avoidance, Remote Control and Automation Solution for Shiploaders/unloaders

iShiploader™ is a unique bundle of radar-based automation functions and collision avoidance technology for shiploaders and unloaders. As radar is the standard technology in maritime navigation it is also the logical choice for collision avoidance, positioning and remote control operation. iShiploader™ offers docking and berthing assistance, loading assistance, chute remote control and diverse anti-collision applications up to full process automation for any type and brand of shiploader.

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Address
indurad GmbH
Belvedereallee 5
52070 Aachen
Germany

Phone: +49 241 5380700
Fax: +49 241 53807099
Internet: www.indurad.com
E-mail: Send message

Contact person

Matthias Schönhofer
Senior Inside Sales Expert
Phone: +49 241 53807090
E-mail: Send message

News & Innovations

iRTT (indurad RadioTransponderTag)

iRTT (indurad RadioTransponderTag) is a versatile set of transponder tags and devices plus processing and supporting hardware that can be used for anti-collision, asset management, person tracking and container yard space optimization.

Its strength lies in its flexible and scalable layout: iRTT can be applied to any environment from one single underground mining machine with workers around to whole container yards with multiple overhead cranes, vehicles, tools and persons in one system.


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iSDR-C (indurad ScanningDynamicRadar - compact)

The iSDR-compact is the new generation of the highly successful iSDR (indurad ScanningDynamicRadar) sensor with a more compact design and a market focus on cost-effective inventory control, surface profiling and anti-collision applications in narrow installation environments.

In combination with the iRPD (indurad PrecisionRotaryDrive) mechanical drive unit, the iSDR-C can be turned around its own axis which creates a full 360° by 360° deg measurement area.

This faculty allows the iSDR-C to monitor and measure material stockpiles or anti-collision zones from one single installation position, which reduces installation and cabling significantly.


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