Connected Machines Drive Productivity and Performance

Telematics, once reserved for larger equipment and primarily used to locate machines and alert operators of fault codes, now play a key role in monitoring and managing an entire fleet's movements and health, increasing efficiencies, and keeping costs down. 

Yet, for a large part of Canada's construction sector, we're just beginning to see the potential for telematics to revolutionize the way construction companies work - from back-office integration to onsite execution. This is a big opportunity but also a big challenge. Companies need to trust the technology will help them manage their businesses more effectively and allow operators to do their job better, safer, and faster. 

Read the full article by Finning Canada’s Regional Technology Manager, Peter Gibbons, in Heavy Equipment Guide