The firm’s new fleet of equipments use Big Data and AI technology for offering improved reliability, productivity and efficiency.
Leading earth mover and heavy equipment maker, JCB India has recently unveiled its new range of heavy machinaries at the Bauma CONEXPO INDIA, all equipped with ‘Intelli’ technologies for offering enhanced productivity and profitability to customers.
Vipin Sondhi, Managing Director and CEO, JCB India Ltd., was quoted saying that the company has integrated advanced digital technology in its construction equipments. He said that the newly introduced ‘Intelli’gent technology will improve productivity, reliability and efficiency of its machines, and will further offer customers improved profitability.
Sondhi added that through JCB’s mobile app (JCB Genuine Parts and Smart Serve app) the company has revolutionized the way customers, dealers, and JCB communicate in real time, thus offering higher equipment uptime through advance product support.
Reports from the United News of India cite that the Intelli-Control introduced in the company’s JCB205 Xtra, JCB140LC Xtra, and the JCB215 Xtra excavators comes with a 7-inch LCD color camera display, three power control modes, dial type throttle and a one touch auto idle feature. The system also informs the driver regarding fuel usage and reminds about upcoming servicing.
Sources claim that the Intelli technology (Intelli-Compaction, Intelli-Control, and Intelli-Load) is also integrated with Livelink, JCB’s advanced telematics technology, which enables predictive maintenance, monitoring and location to achieve improved equipment reliability & efficiency. Incidentally, Livelink will be the first such feature introduced in the heavy machine industry that enables transmission of the observed values to a server for analytics and record generation, claim sources.
Reportedly, at the Bauma CONEXPO, JCB also displayed its new range of ecoMAX engines, the BS (CEV) IV Engine with OEM Package, the BS (CEV) IV Engine with Clean Burn Technology and the BS3 Industrial Engine.