Trackunit unveils Sites software solution at IRE
13 June 2023
Denmark-based software specialist Trackunit unveiled its Sites software solution at the International Rental Exhibition last week.
According to the company, Sites offers a new way to understand business operations by automatically detecting jobsites, rental depots and yards.
Through the use of telematics, Sites allows the user to monitor, plan and report based on their sites and allocate machines in its fleet to a specific site.
Other key features include the ability to pinpoint which site the equipment is located at and the ability to monitor the state of the machines.
Laerke Ullerup, chief product and marketing officer, Trackunit, said, “For a long time we have been looking at understanding the equipment and how is it operating and how is it being used.
“Then we looked at data across not just one piece of equipment but the whole fleet. With Sites we are extending that to create a new category in our product suite.
“With the concept of Sites we are essentially making it much easier for the rental industry to see what is on their site or yard, when is equipment coming in or out and where the equipment is.”
Elsewhere on its stand, the company also highlighted its Emissions Reporting app, which enables users to track emissions of machines in real time and keep on top of emission targets.
Although currently based on estimated numbers, the app will help companies keep on top of stringent regulatory restraints and monitor, manage and report fleet emissions, according to Trackunit.
The app is designed for both combustion and electric machines and utilises machine learning and big data to compile a complete documentation of emissions.
Another key launch on its stand was the Data Feeds solution, which allows fleet owners to compile data from OEMs machines and self select the data feeds into their fleet management solution and customise it to their required specification.
This, according to Trackunit, means users can gain machine insights, view and manage equipment and optimise fleet management, as well as several other benefits.
So far, the newly launched solution is connected to machines from 45 OEMs, including Caterpillar, Atlas Copco, Takeuchi, Volvo and Yanmar.