DPL America introduces the Titan equipment monitoring system for mobile, off-road equipment. The Titan is an advanced solution for remote monitoring and tracking of off-road assets to increase asset profitability and productivity while decreasing the costs and risk of equipment theft. Features include automatic and on-demand location updates, remote starter and disable capabilities, real-time updates of machine on/off/in-transit status, hour meter reporting with daily run-time log, service scheduling with past-due notices and digital inputs for sensor alarming.
The Titan equipment monitoring system allows managers to track their assets continuously and accurately from an Internet-based software package. Once covertly installed on the piece of equipment, the Titan hardware unit wirelessly reports the machine's activity, location, status and other operational data to the software. The system communicates over the GPRS network, which is North America's largest pure digital data network, the company says.
“The Titan is both a powerful theft-protection system and also an automated service and fleet-management solution,” says Tony Nicoletti, director of North American sales for DPL America. “The entire unit and antenna are installed in the cab of their host asset, with no exposed parts or wiring. Additionally, the Titan will disable the machine from starting if it is tampered with.”
Titan offers a flat-rate monitoring plan, breaking away from the traditional mobile billing model. DPL America introduces a structure that includes all data on a flat rate with no overage charges, no activation fee and a month-to-month service agreement.
Verified by Tony Nicoletti, director of North American sales for DPL America.
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Features: Location updates, remote starter disable capabilities and hour-meter reporting