Trackunit will introduce a set of site-focused features and capabilities to drive efficiencies in the construction industry to the next level allowing users to leverage live machine data with connectivity to build their site-based business processes.
Auto-grouping, sending alerts, and reports triggered by a machine’s presence on a specific site will allow users to easily integrate digital solutions, automate processes and minimize administration of their fleet connectivity.
In addition to these new site-based capabilities, fleet owners can now look forward to enhanced visibility removing blind spots on job sites, inside buildings, storage containers, and tool depots alongside a new CO2 reporting solution.
Where job-site coverage needs to be enhanced, Trackunit’s new gateway device will provide continuous Bluetooth connectivity throughout the life of the job site. The gateway device enables visibility to approximate indoor location for Trackunit Kin tracked assets and third-party Bluetooth tags while creating a more robust Bluetooth network on the job site.
“With our new metadata and pinning capabilities, we can now set up a site to enable tracking in vertical spaces, assigning floor numbers to our Gateway nodes. This is transformational for customers because they can now use the platform to see on which floor a tool is, minimizing downtime”
said Dave Swan, senior vice president.
Trackunit tested the new launches via a customer Beta program bringing in dedicated and strategically placed Gateways to a worksite to extend coverage for tool tracking.
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