Yanmar Construction Equipment Europe (CEE), the subsidiary of Japan based Yanmar Holdings Company Ltd., has reportedly announced the launch of its advanced fleet management system for construction professionals across Ireland and the UK. The system, named as SmartAssist Remote, would be available as a standard fitting on selected new carrier and crawler excavators from August 2018, cite authentic sources.

Reportedly, the fleet management system, which utilizes satellite telematics technology, provides site operators with unparalleled visibility on equipment status and location. Sources familiar with the development claim that the real-time data highlights system idling, running hours, engine load, and fuel consumption while next-gen geofencing ability gets activated instantly if a machine leaves its designated location.

SmartAssist’s full integration with the engine control unit (ECU) allows engineers to carry out and easily plan maintenance operations while system abnormality and error reporting alerts minimize unnecessary downtime, cite trusted sources. A thorough daily reporting assists site managers to understand total fleet performance, while the operator can make informed decisions based on real-time insights.

According to a reliable reports, the SmartAssist remote is renowned to effectively monitor the activity of machines and their technical data from any location and is accessible on computers, smartphones, and tablets. Moreover, site operators can benefit from all the services offered by the system free of charge for a total of 5 years.

Speaking on the roll out of SmartAssist Remote, Sales and Marketing Director at Yanmar CEE, Andreas Hactergal was reportedly quoted stating that the launch of state-of-the-art fleet management technology for construction professionals across Ireland and the UK denotes the commitment of the firm in leading the compact construction market.

The SmartAssist Remote telematics solution, which has been developed in-house, intends to optimize fleet efficiency, minimize downtime, improve productivity, and maximize work potential, Hactergal explained.