Hour-meter Transmits Data via Radio Link

OEM Data Delivery has introduced a technology for tracking machinery use and service alerts, continuously, and in real time.

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OEM Data Delivery, a manufacturer of data management systems for contractors and operators, has introduced a technology for tracking machinery use and service alerts, continuously, and in real time. This new, radio-based technology empowers utility construction managers to know what's being accomplished at every worksite. As a result, workers, subs, equipment, materials and fuel can all be used to greatest benefit.

The ST-500 Radio Service Tracker transmits the hours that equipment is in use, along with various service alerts, via radio frequency to an on-site radio tower. The tower interfaces with a PDA hand-held data collector, or directly to a computer. The equipment ID, hours, location and service data is downloaded into a web report, or computer program. The system operates continuously and there is no interruption of equipment operation.

Radio Service Tracker is a tool for fast, accurate job costing, and for avoiding over-and- under-servicing of equipment. It can also be used with PDA programs that capture fuel, repair, inspection, project and task data. Managers receive detailed reports.

Radio Service Tracker works with all PDA data collection capabilities, including fuel tracking, inspections, work orders, equipment repair and more.

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