Construction

HEAVY EQUIPMENT ANTI THEFT AS WELL AS TRACK & TRACE

Relevante Products: CelloTrack, CelloTrack Power, CelloTrack Solar, CR 300

THEFT AND TRACKING OF HEAVY MACHINERY

Theft of heavy mechanical equipment has severe consequences on the financial status of companies. Trucks, earth-movers, paving equipment, generators and other such machines – often left for long periods on construction sites – are expensive to replace and, if stolen, significantly interrupt the work progress on multi-million dollar projects. The solution can utilize either the CelloTrack or the CR 200 units. Both units can immediately alert when the equipment is moved and provide its precise location on the system’s Web-based application.

The units can easily be deployed on all types of heavy equipment and, thanks to the units’ compact size, they are easily concealed almost anywhere on the vehicle.

Real time tracking and movement detection can effectively halt theft in progress and increase recovery rates of stolen equipment, thus substantially reducing monetary loss.

MACHINERY IN PROJECTS

Heavy machinery is used for a variety of construction projects and many times, work is charged per equipment usage hours. Utilizing Cello-F and usage counting for engine or PTO (Power Take Off) enables construction companies to generate a report to the customer based on actual working hours of the machinery.

OFFSITE TEAMS

Relevant Products: MDTCello-FamilyGarminCellocator keypad, hands free voice kit

Construction teams working offsite require an efficient cost effective way to communicate with the central office, and travel to various locations, saving work hours and fuel costs. A variety of solutions cater to this specific type of work, including Garmin support for smart route planning, MDT devices for receiving location information and other messages from central office, and Cello-Family for monitoring driver safety and vehicle security while on the road. In addition, identification products, such as Dallas Key can assist in preventing vehicle theft.

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