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Software, telematics devices to improve operations

By |  April 15, 2022
Photo: Topcon Positioning Group

Photo: Topcon Positioning Group

Topcon Positioning Group debuted its MC-Max machine control solution. According to Topcon, MC-Max is a scalable solution for mixed-fleet heavy equipment environments. It is based on Topcon’s MC-X machine control platform and backed by Sitelink3D, the company’s real-time, cloud-based data management ecosystem. MC-Max is designed to adapt to an owner’s machine control and data integration needs as fleets and workflows expand. Topcon says MC-Max increases processing power, speed, accuracy, versatility and reliability, and it can be installed on a range of dozers and excavators using the same basic modular components. Additionally, Topcon says the MC-Max solution offers flexible mounting solutions, as well as optional automatic blade and bucket control for a variety of machines.


Photo: Binmaster

Photo: BinMaster

Platform can change the way you work

BinMaster’s BinCloud platform is an integrated cloud foundation for data monitoring of inventory contained in bins, tanks and silos. According to BinMaster, BinCloud enables on-site and remote workers to work via the cloud. BinCloud is the backbone of the BinView web application used to monitor solids, powders and liquids across all process industries. BinCloud allows workers to securely access inventory data stored in the cloud. The system is turnkey. Data is accessed by users from a phone, tablet or PC. It decreases dependency on local IT resources and eliminates the need for storing data and managing servers, the company says. The BinView program hosted on BinCloud is updated and maintained by BinMaster. Use of the programs can be scaled up and down in size as needed.


Photo: Command Alkon

Photo: Command Alkon

Ticketing solution integrates with variety of software

Command Alkon’s TicketPro is a solution to digitize 100 percent of material and haul tickets that enter a production facility or jobsite by extracting data through optical character recognition technology. According to Command Alkon, TicketPro offers a simplistic and flexible approach to digitizing ticket data that ensures material supply operations, material haulers and construction project jobsites can remove paper tickets from their process. Within the TicketPro system, a ticket signer selects a project, chooses the material being hauled and snaps a picture of the paper ticket. The system can also utilize scanner integration or capture tickets directly from a scale printer with an interface that imports the tickets as soon as they are created by a scale operator.


Accounts receivable and payments module offers benefits

With the accounts receivable (AR) and payments module for Fast-Weigh, TAC Insight’s flagship product, users have complete AR and credit management along with secure PCI-compliant debit card, credit card and ACH transactions through BASYS Processing. Combining Fast-Weigh with payment processing helps streamline the material sales and payment collection process, TAC Insight says. Additionally, the company says Fast-Weigh AR & Payments offers customers simple and low-cost processing rates with no hidden fees, allowing them to deposit funds into a bank of their choice. With the module, producers can allow their customers to pay invoices, save and manage payment methods and view their invoice and payment history.


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