You do extraordinary things every day. Find out how we can support you in your projects with our existing products and services, and what innovations and digital solutions will become part of our portfolio. All of this at the bauma 2019 in Munich.
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We look forward to sharing the bauma experience with you on 08 - 14 April 2019.
A sensor-based system that supports surveyors and site crews as they quickly position and align wall formwork for automatic climbing systems:
The ideal synthesis of safety and freedom of movement with one of the latest safety products:
Open area/Doka Formwork World
Current building information is always available and simulations regarding construction, costs and safety can be carried out:
With rented and owned equipment managed together, the customer will have a central platform for clear visualisation and optimised organisation:
Enables customers to experience selected Doka solutions in augmented and virtual reality. The use cases range from projecting Doka formwork on to printed plans through positioning 3D models in their surroundings to taking virtual reality tours into and around Doka solutions:
An inviting open space with different themes dedicated to show Doka solutions tailored to the customer needs: Focusing on "Our contribution to increasing productivity on the construction site", the Doka Campus is a 4,700 m² booth presenting the latest products, services and innovations from the world of formwork. Bauma visitors can experience the opportunities for increasing productivity around formwork and concrete in the north / west open-air area, at booth FN.420.
In this video, Alfred Umdasch takes us on a journey through Doka´s trade show appearances. Discover the story of how our stand transformed from a ´small hut´ in the early 60s to a booth with over 100 000 visitors nowadays.
Doka exhibits for the very first time at the bauma expo. The bauma venue at this time is part of the former Oberwiesenfeld airport, which later became the site of Munich’s Olympic Park.
The bauma expo relocates, and Doka’s stand moves with it. The new venue is Munich’s Theresienwiese, better known these days as the “Wiesn”.
Doka decides to make bauma the focus of all its trade-fair activities in the German-speaking part of Europe. Doka’s stand at bauma is in one of the halls on the expo grounds.
The exhibits get bigger and bigger – space inside the hall is limited. Doka erects a pavilion of its own in the outdoor area of the expo grounds.
The formwork show captivates everyone who visits the Doka expo stand. Always a part of Doka’s bauma showing, it is a tradition with a new twist every time.