Konecranes Announce Truconnect Upgrade

 22 Mar 2016    Automation and Optimisation , Automated Decision Making, Digitalisation, Container Handling, Going Places

Konecranes Lift Trucks has re-launched the remote fleet monitoring system Truconnect, which is packed with upgrades that make it possible to optimise the machine’s eco-efficiency, driver’s performance and track directions of abnormal shocks. 

Throughout the last few years, Konecranes has been providing lift truck owners with live monitoring tyre pressure, abnormal shocks on the machine, amount of hydraulic oil particles and water content.

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The upgrade enables personalised alerts which mean customers can visualise and path track the entire fleet on a map of their facility which can all be summarised in PDF or Excel reports for fact-based decision making. 

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Bertrand Marion, Business Development Manager at Konecranes, said: “In highly competitive environments driver responsibility, operational safety and cost efficiency can often only be improved with real-time and continuous fleet management tools that deliver detailed, trustworthy and granular information.”

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Lars Fredin, Vice-President and Head of Business Unit Lift Trucks, concluded: “Konecranes customers can look forward to swifter, more accurate decision-making when it comes to the maintenance, usage, and operations of their lift trucks.

“Remote monitoring is a key enabler for a more productive, efficient and safer workplace.”

Juha Pankakoski, Chief Digital Officer at Konecranes will be speaking at the upcoming Terminal Automation & Training conference, which is a C-Level event due to take place at the Grange City Hotel in London on June 8 of this year.

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