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Fine-tune worker and equipment productivity

Monitor and manage your heavy assets and their operators as well as your service vehicles and their drivers to ensure efficient and safe usage. Observe in real-time the distribution and use of all of your assets across every single job site regardless of geography, ensuring that utilisation is maximised and that excessive idling and other inefficiencies are minimised at all times.

Reduce operational costs

Teletrac Navman’s Qtanium 400 is a highly ruggedised, IP67-rated asset management device that helps operators save costs through more efficient asset utilisation. When combined with Teletrac Navman’s DIRECTOR and Qtanium Connect software, you can monitor and manage all equipment, assets, and vehicles on a single screen regardless of OEM mix. This added visibility means that you can pinpoint areas of inefficiency such as poor operator behaviour, excessive idle, or the underutilisation of assets on a specific job site.

Specialised areas

Teletrac Navman helps track data for specific sub-industries, ensuring productivity remains high.

Heavy Highway and Civil Engineering – manage important KPIs in your mixed fleet such as engine hours, equipment utilisation, maintenance scheduling, fuel usage per asset and job, regardless of OEM, make, model or year.

Lift and Crane – enhance safe operation and asset lifecycle by managing cable wear via drum rotation cycle monitoring and Load Moment Indicator (LMI) alerting.

Excavating and Grading – maximise utilisation and uptime of specialised grading and excavating assets across all of your jobsites.

Equipment Rental – maintain visibility on location and usage of rental assets, and mitigate unauthorised “off-rent” usage or theft.

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Heavy Equipment Management

Qtanium Connect is made for heavy construction

Protect Your Reputation

Ensure your business does the right things, at the right time

Keep your workforce on the go

The ability to manage your fleet via your smartphone