Thus, by using M2M communication the operator would
know exactly when to arrive at the crusher and what speed
to travel at to get there. Through reducing machine speed and
idle time, fuel consumption and machine wear and tear are
minimized, and an efﬁcient ﬂow of equipment is facilitated.
The next stage of the project will be to provide the operator with information – such as target speed and arrival time
– inside the cab. This live information will support and guide
operators to the most fuel efﬁcient operation and could
be presented in future concepts like heads-up displays and
other innovative approaches.
Volvo will exhibit its line of construction equipment at
booths No. 1300 in the Gold Lot (outdoor), and 10951 in
the North Hall, or visit volvoce.com.
Photo courtesy of BERGKAMP, Inc.
Bergkamp's InPave pothole patching management system provides users
with a technologically advanced patching program.
They can also use these data to verify patching performance
and material usage, troubleshoot potential pothole problems
and help reduce inefﬁciencies. No software needs to be
downloaded. Visit bergkampinc.com for more information.
Web Exclusive: Read about Hamm's Tier 4
Bergkamp Inc.'s new spray injection pothole patchers
dirt roller that transforms into a concrete breaker at
incorporate exclusive engineering technology and will be
introduced at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2014 at Bergkamp's booth
No. 8202 in the Platinum Lot.
Three new spray injection patchers
complement Bergkamp's all-in-one FP5
ﬂameless pothole patcher, and may be
used with the intelligent InPave pothole
patching management system to provide
users with a technologically advanced
In Pave helps a user monitor and
manage pothole-patching performance.
Multiple data reporting sensors are strategically placed throughout the patcher
that log production, performance and
Cut foremen entry time in half with
locations of pothole patcher and crew,
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the maker says.
Reduce payroll processing by as much as 90%
As potholes are repaired, InPave
automatically gathers and reports data
such as quantity of potholes repaired,
location, time and material used for
each repair, and material levels and temut
peratures. Retrieved from any computer
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with internet access, the data can then
be turned into easy-to-read reports that
assist managers and owners in evaluatLearn More
at www.HCSS.com or 800-683-3196
ing current and historic production.
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