Pinssar’s DPM Reader nominated for Tunnelling Innovation Award 2019
Pinssar has been selected as a finalist in the Innovation in Instrumentation and Monitoring category of the 2019 Tunnelling Awards for their DPM Reader, making the shortlist from a fantastic number of entrants.
New Civil Engineer Editor, Mark Hansford commented: “The Tunnelling Festival is a great opportunity to gather together the brightest minds in the industry, and our 2019 finalists have all demonstrated the terrific work they are doing. It is a great event to celebrate the work that has been ongoing over the last few years and is in the pipeline for the future.”
Managing Director of Pinssar, Mr Francois Velge said “For the first time in an industrial landscape dominated by diesel engines, a ‘real-time’ decision making tool will be available to protect worker and public health and well-being. Continuous monitoring is the key to understanding the level of this threat in confined environs rather than spot checking or reacting to the more obvious signs after exposure. This is yet another vote of confidence in Pinssar’s push to be recognised as the global gold standard in real-time DPM monitoring.”
Pinssar congratulates the finalists across all categories and thanks the 2019 Tunnelling Festival judges for this honour. The team are now looking forward to attending the Festival at London Tower Bridge on the 5th December where the winners will be announced.