Enable preventative maintenance of assets to avoid downtime, reduce on-site safety threats, automate time-consuming manual processes.
Free workers from time-consuming administrative tasks, reduce or even eliminate clerical errors and streamline backend operations.
Increased safety and security
Track workers on the job to ensure safety, improve site security without adding extra personnel.
Imagine the possibilities of IoT within construction
Jim is a Site Supervisor. His day starts off the moment he turns on the ignition of his truck. The smart truck automatically clocks Jim in as he begins his day.Next (1 of 8)
The company gas station is carefully monitored and logged. The station verified Jim's truck to Jim onsite, and authorizes the fuel request. The mileage at each fill up is automatically logged for fuel tax rebates.Next (2 of 8)
As Jim tours the jobsite, he inspects equipment with the operator before they use it. The digital form logs all pertinent data and sends it to head office.Next (3 of 8)
As Jim continues to walk the site, he is notified that he is out of proximity of his drone, ensuring he doesn’t accidentally leave it behind.Next (4 of 8)
Downtime is minimized as each asset is monitored through the onboard CPU. Hours, diagnostics and status updates are reported, notifying head office of any potential issues that may require service.Next (5 of 8)
The in-cab Wi-Fi allows the driver the ability to connect his mobile device locally to the vehicle. He will be able to email his head office, submit his digital forms and provide a status update without using his own cell phone data.Next (6 of 8)
An employee is off in a far area of the yard, invisible to the eye. He is not invisible to Jim or HQ as his location is monitored at all times.Next (7 of 8)
As the jobsite winds down at the end of the day, Jim is able to activate and monitor the area through temporary HD security cameras. Through infra-red technology, the cameras can monitor motion day or night, regardless of visibility.