Asset-monitoring app

  • 17-Jan-2014 02:35 EST
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Komatsu America Corp. has released a mobile app that allows owners to see critical machine information from the KOMTRAX fleet monitoring system on their Apple or Android smartphones or tablet devices in daily, weekly, or monthly time increments. The new app lets owners locate an asset and obtain driving directions to it; identify hours worked, idle time, and fuel consumption; identify caution codes with descriptions and time stamps; understand machine movements; and analyze machine utilization. In addition, the app gives owners the opportunity to directly contact their distributor, product support sales representative, salesperson, service provider, parts counter, or KOMTRAX Coordinator via emailing, calling, or texting. It can be downloaded for free at either the Apple Store or the Google Play Store.

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