(VIDEO) Monitor crushers, screeners, and stackers with McCloskey International's new telematics system
McCloskey International's new 365SiteConnex, a telematics solution for monitoring of McCloskey products, is based on communication technologies to collect, analyze, and deliver information on crushers, screeners, and stackers customers rely on to produce their products with the least amount of downtime.
365SiteConnex is easily accessible across devices and grouped in easy-to-navigate pages, including engine and feeder data, diagnostics, and event logs. The program will be offered on crushers and screeners initially, with stacker compatibility to follow.
In addition to machine status and location data, 365SiteConnex will allow the measurement of key production and cost efficiency indicators including fuel consumption, production, and engine hours to analyze productivity times. The technology will allow benchmarking between the plants to identify similarities and differences in operation and performance.
365SiteConnex is available through McCloskey dealerships as a subscribed service. The software will offer remote software updates to deliver program upgrades, as well as remote support from the 365SiteConnex service team. The information and analytics from the ongoing evaluation of the program will allow for improvements and developments of additional features and benefits.
With 365SiteConnex, information for McCloskey machines can be obtained quickly, allowing users to review faults or status issues from a single notification feed, monitor fuel usage across all machines, and monitor service schedules and requirements.
With GeoData, a machine's current and previous locations can be tracked, from manoeuvres on a worksite to being transported kilometers away. Operators can also be notified if a machine goes outside its designated area.
365SiteConnex serves as a contributor to the machine's lifecycle through its service support modules. Components like alarm information and error logs will alert users to function issues, along with metal detector notifications to protect the equipment. To extend the life of the machines, machine usage history information is programmed into the system to monitor machine performance on an ongoing basis.