Cutting Edge Technology for Managing Equipment Fleets
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  • Many new technologies, too many to cover today, here are a few that relate to managing an equipment fleet Qualify: No IPOD (only person in US) – not totally out of touch. No support group or intervention needed – have MP3 & Phone : Multi-Function IPOD marketing: new, newer replacement with TV screen When do you buy new technology? Do you just keep waiting? Wait too long, then can’t buy 8 track cartridges anymore. * Implement quickly to get max time benefit before technical obsolescence. * It is usually not age that is the problem, its lack of support/parts/interfaces near that technologies’ end-of-life
  • “ GPS System”, most popular, only part of the story – [WHY?] GPS is receive only, need return path. [CLICK] for names, globe is last “ Remote Asset Monitoring” most descriptive “ M2M” short, non-descriptive, not related to candy “ Telematics” innocuous, buzz word “ Mobile Resource Management” most comprehensive Not selling the equipment, but the work the equipment does. Old Spy Box – first heard representing fear & distrust of system. Initial opposition overcome.
  • On Board Monitor: “GPS System” – only part of the story Wireless Network: Purchase time/data packets Internet Server: Trend is toward web-delivered applications, avoids workstation software updates. Black Box, mounted in electrical cabinet, wired to sensors/relays/switches and antenna. Inside: Computer, memory, input sensors, output lines, GPS receiver, Data Satellite Transceiver (paid service) Internet –delivered information: A current Trend along with Outsourcing Pyramid web site structure, limiting access to appropriate management levels.
  • Business Areas affected have increased over the years, Providing greater financial justification Vehicle Security: Unauthorized use, theft? [CLICK] for display segments
  • Not geosynchronous – WHY?
  • [CLICK] for maps
  • DataRadio Gemini Transceiver Need bandwidth – adding is costly
  • Zigbee 802.15 mesh 802.15 (not compatible with 802.11 WiFi) Gate System, Pump System NOW – Multi-Mode selecting least cost carrier.
  • Unauthorized use: Backhoe 8 miles away
  • Utility & Service trucks Temp AND Pressure Adapting to construction equipment tires. [CLICK] CAN bus interface!!! Alerts to Management
  • And, why do we do this? Why use technology? What is the point?. Technology amplifies our efforts, it saves us energy and time . . . Scientific research shows . . .
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  • 1. Cutting Edge Technology for Managing Equipment Fleets Bill Purdie President www.Mobile-Net.com
  • 2. New Technologies
    • Remote Asset Monitoring – Telematics
    • Lower Cost Satellite & Cell Data Networks
    • Private Radio Network Data Channel
    • Local Data Network: Zigbee – 802.15
    • Multi-Mode Telematics Monitors
    • Diesel Engine Monitoring: CAN/J1939
    • Diesel – Electric Hybrid Chassis
    • Personal Safety System
  • 3. What is Telematics Technology?
    • GPS System
    • Old Spy Box
    • Remote Asset Monitoring
    • M2M (Machine to Machine)
    • Telematics
    • Mobile Resource Management
    • Monitoring Thingy
  • 4. Remote Asset Monitoring
      • On-board equipment monitor
      • Wireless Data Network
          • Public: Satellite, Cell GSM, Cell CDMA
          • Private: 800 MHz, 900 MHz
          • Multi-Mode Monitor
      • Internet Accessible Server and Data Base
          • Desktop PC
          • Internet-Accessible Cell Phone
      • Fleet Management Software
      • Interface to Accounting Systems
  • 5. Business Areas Addressed
    • Security
      • Vehicle
      • Personnel
    • Fleet Management
      • Productivity
      • Maintenance
      • Deployment
      • Operator Communications
    • Equipment Monitoring
      • Location
        • Current & History
      • Operations
        • Usage Reporting
        • Access Control
      • Alerts
        • Vehicle & Personnel
  • 6. Satellite Data Network • Low Earth Orbit Constellation • Global Coverage • Satellites in Multiple Planes • Best for Low-Mobility Equipment • Reports to Web Server • Updates Fleet Management Data Base
  • 7. Terrestrial Data Network • Coverage : GSM Continental to Global • Best for High-Mobility Equipment • Reports to Web Server • Updates Fleet Management Data Base
  • 8. Private Radio Network
    • Network Data Channel
    • Mobile Radio with Data Port
    • Mobile Radio Infrastructure
    • Connection to Remote Monitor
  • 9. Local Data Network: ZigBee • Coverage : 1,500’ to 7 mile radius • Best for Contained Equipment • Reports to customer site network node and relayed to Web Server via Internet • Updates Fleet Management Data Base • Customized site survey and network design
  • 10. Equipment Intelligence
  • 11. Application Areas
    • Short Term, Daily
    • Location
    • Utilization
    • Production Hours
    • PM Schedules
    • Personal Safety
    • Alerts
    • Alert Logs
    • Crew Analysis
    • Unauthorized Use
    • Long Term, Periodic
    • YTD & LTD Trends
    • Anticipated Rebuilds
    • Category Analysis
    • Brand Analysis
    • Fleet Sizing
    • Organizational Analysis
    • “ What If” Analysis
    • Fuel Tax Refund
    • State Fuel Tax Apportionment
  • 12. Monitoring Configurations
    • • Utilization
      • Engine Hours, Mileage, Fuel Consumption
    • • Productivity
      • PTO Hours, Non-Idle Hours, Boom
    • • Alerts
      • Engine ECM Fault Codes
      • Hydraulic Oil Temperature & System Overload
      • Personal Safety
      • Geo-Fence
    • • Interface
      • ECM: J1708/J1587 and J1939/CAN bus
      • Existing Sensors
      • On-Board Control Systems
      • Mobile Data Terminal
  • 13. Tire Performance Monitoring
    • • Preventable Problems
      • • Under/Over Pressure
      • • Maintenance Neglect
      • • Overheating
    • • Benefits
      •  Roadside delays
      •  Maintenance costs
      •  Tire life
      •  Casing life
      •  Fuel costs
      •  Safety
    • • Real Time Alerts
      • • Cars
      • • Trucks
      • • Construction Equipment
    CAN Bus!
  • 14. Fleet Status Display
  • 15. Hybrid Truck Body Controller
    • Components
      • • Peterbilt Chassis & PX-6 Engine
      • • Eaton Hybrid Drive System
      • • Terex Utilities Body Upfit
      • • MobileNet Body Controller and Satellite Monitor: TrakPak 2000 • 8 Digital Inputs • 4 Analog Inputs • 2 Digital Outputs • CAN/J1939 Controller • 2 Serial Ports
  • 16. MobileNet Body Controller
    • TrakPak 2000 Digital Inputs TrakPak Action
    • • Ignition On Hours and Start Count
    • • PTO Hours Count
    • • Outrigger Stow Switch Loop Status CAN “Allow Driving”
    • • Hydraulic Demand Sensor Status CAN “Hydraulic Demand”
    • • Boom Stow Switch Status CAN “Allow Driving”
    • • Hood & Parking Brake Switch Loop Status CAN “OK to Start”
  • 17. MobileNet Body Controller
    • TrakPak CAN/J1939 Interface
      • • Engine Hours
      • • Fuel Consumption
      • • Idle Hours
      • • Odometer Mileage
      • • Battery Voltage
      • • Engine Fault Codes
      • • Transmission Fault Codes
      • • Communication to Hybrid Controller/Transmission
  • 18. Personal Safety Monitoring • Lone Worker Trouble Alert • Injury, Incapacitation, Panic • Interfaces to Vehicle Monitor • Half –Mile coverage from host vehicle • Reports to Web Server • Alerts Relayed via Email • Hurricane-Proof Transmitting Personal Alert Safety System (TPASS™)
  • 19. Who Benefits?
    • Manufacturers
    • Dealers
    • End Users
  • 20. Manufacturer Benefits • Warranty Claims Management • Engineering Data • Consistent Reporting Across all Product Lines • Dealer Support • End User Demand • Global Monitoring Solution • Standard on Larger Equipment, Option on Smaller Equipment
  • 21. Dealer Benefits • Contract Maintenance Agreements • Alert Response Capability • Rent vs. Own Consultation • Opportunity to Call Everyday • Value-Add Offering • Customers become Clients
  • 22. End User Benefits • Utilization • Productivity • Preventive Maintenance Scheduling • Alert Identification and Response • Resource Allocation • Unauthorized Use Detection • One System – All Equipment • Total Fleet Management Solution
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  • 24. Cutting Edge Technology for Managing Equipment Fleets Bill Purdie President www.Mobile-Net.com