Blickfeld has recently been honored with the BSFZ seal from the Bescheinigungsstelle-Forschungszulage (BSFZ). Under the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, this body recognizes companies that achieve significant technological advancements through their research and development efforts, making them eligible for support.
At the Powtech 2023 trade fair in Nuremberg, Blickfeld presents an award-winning LiDAR-based solution for volume monitoring of bulk materials. This enables companies to access digital inventory information at any time and thus significantly enhances their material management efficiency.
The solution for real-time inventory tracking, awarded with the Best of Technology Award 2023 presented by Wirtschaftswoche, paves the way for companies toward the digital supply chain.
Blickfeld, a developer and manufacturer of cutting-edge LiDAR technology, has won the Best of Technology Award 2023 in the Purchase & Supply Chain Management category with a digital solution for real-time volume measurement of material stocks. The award, presented by Wirtschaftswoche, a prominent German business magazine, in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI), the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), and the consulting firm Capgemini, recognizes companies for the most innovative IT applications and disruptive digital solutions.
Accurate stockpile monitoring is key to efficient operations in industries like waste management and recycling, fertilizer, or cement production. However, up until now, companies often rely on inaccurate inventory data due to measuring methods such as eyeballing, weighbridges, or counting shovels of materials. To address this challenge, Blickfeld Co-founder and CXO Florian Petit discussed in a recent webinar how LiDAR-based Volume Monitoring provides a digital solution that enables streamlined inventory control and digitalizes stockpile management.
A conversation with Stefan Lehner, Head of Customer Success (CUS) at Blickfeld
Stefan Lehner has built the Customer Success Team and manages various customer projects. In this interview, he discusses the tasks of the Customer Success Team and the role it plays within Blickfeld.
When Blickfeld was founded in 2017, LiDAR sensors were bulky, maintenance-intensive and very expensive to produce. Blickfeld’s founders set out to change that: They developed a LiDAR sensor with a simplified set-up, always keeping scalability in manufacturing in mind.
This year, the Utopia Stage at Rock am Ring belonged to Blickfeld LiDAR sensors! A total of six sensors have been installed above the main stage of the popular music festival to capture test recordings for the LidarPredict project, supported by mFUND.
Blickfeld will be showcasing the Smart LiDAR Qb2 – a finalist for the Best of Sensors Awards 2023 – live for the first time at the Sensors Converge 2023.
A central factor in the perimeter protection of private and public security areas is the reliable and early detection of intrusion attempts – in any weather and even in darkness. This is particularly essential in critical infrastructure to prevent sabotage, for example, against power and water supply facilities or the railway network.
Digitalization has become a necessity for companies to stay competitive. In a recent webinar, Terje Noevig discussed how LiDAR technology can support digitalization efforts and enhance business operations by sharing customer examples.
At the SOLIDS 2023 trade show, Blickfeld will showcase a 3D LiDAR-based solution for bulk material volume monitoring that gives companies access to digital on-demand information about their inventories across locations.
The Transportation Center (Verkehrszentrum) in Munich now features a Blickfeld LiDAR sensor within an exhibition on the Future of Mobility.
The Security Event