Epiroc introduces fleet management solution

By |  October 31, 2019

My Epiroc is mobile and works on the road, in the office or in a vehicle. Photo courtesy of Epiroc

Epiroc introduced a digital fleet management solution that’s available on web and mobile devices with features to increase efficiency and safety.

The solution, called My Epiroc, enables mining and infrastructure operations to optimize fleet performance, regardless of the employee’s role. A fleet manager focusing on uptime, a machine operator getting the job done or a member of the service team can now stay on top of equipment performance, safety and reliability through My Epiroc, which is built to assist in accomplishing jobs and improving workflow, the company says.

My Epiroc provides workflow optimization assistance, helping users keep track of productivity with relevant alerts and status updates. By design, My Epiroc assists by highlighting essential items that need immediate attention. It allows for more time to be spent on tasks at hand and cuts time searching and processing excessive information that gets in the way, Epiroc says.

By using the app proactively, unwanted downtime can easily be avoided.

“My Epiroc was designed to include all roles that are involved in getting the job done and share smart solutions based on each user’s role,” says Hans Schill, U.S. regional application center manager. “The platform also exposes faults and bottlenecks to allow for optimization and increased efficiency.”

When support is needed, My Epiroc users are a click or a swipe away from remote-guided support. Data is securely stored in an encrypted cloud environment, which customers can utilize to upload their own relevant content to create a safe digital fleet library over time, Epiroc says.

“My Epiroc is an excellent collaboration platform for both customers and Epiroc partners,” Schill says. “It puts focus on the information that is important for users when they need it.”

My Epiroc was rolled out to select markets earlier this year and is now available in the United States.

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