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What to see at The Rental Show 2018 Part 1

The Rental Show is the American Rental Association's annual convention and trade show for the equipment rental industry. It features construction/industrial equipment, general tool/light construction equipment and party/special event equipment. The Rental Show 2018 will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, from February 19 to 21. Check back with Heavy Equipment Guide throughout the week leading up to the show for continuing coverage. The following is a selection of what exhibitors will be highlighting at The Rental Show. 

DPL Telematics launches plug-in OBDII GPS Tracking System with anti-tamper protection

DPL Telematics has announced the release of internal backup battery and anti-tamper features for the next generation Trackall OBDII Vehicle Tracking System. The Trackall OBDII is an advanced solution for wireless monitoring and remote tracking of vehicles to increase driver safety and productivity while reducing fleet costs. The GPS unit has no external wiring or antenna and plugs into the existing OBDII port of most vehicles, installing in seconds. Newly minted anti-tamper features include a backup battery which delivers immediate disconnection notifications with location, as well as GPS jamming detection.

DPL Telematics Releases Satellite Communications for Titan Equipment Monitoring System

DPL Telematics has announced the availability of global satellite communications for its Titan Equipment Monitoring System. The Titan is an advanced telematic solution for wireless monitoring and remote tracking of off-road equipment, as well as over-the-road trucks, to increase productivity while reducing fleet costs. Leveraging Iridium’s low latency satellite network, Titan users will now communicate with their assets anywhere on the globe, regardless of cellular availability.

DPL Telematics launches Skyhawk OBDII Vehicle Tracking System

DPL Telematics, a leading provider of advanced asset monitoring and telemetry technologies, has announced the release of the Skyhawk OBDII Vehicle Tracking System.  The Skyhawk OBDII is an advanced solution for wireless monitoring and remote tracking of vehicles to increase driver safety and productivity while reducing fleet costs.  The GPS unit has no external wiring or antenna and plugs into the existing OBDII port of most vehicles, installing in seconds.

Hyundai Construction Equipment selects DPL's asset monitoring solution

DPL America has signed with Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, Inc, as their exclusively endorsed provider of aftermarket telemetry products. This endorsement makes DPL America’s TITAN Equipment Monitoring System available through all Hyundai dealerships across the United States, Canada and Latin America. 

“This agreement provides our customers with the option of purchasing DPL America's Titan Equipment Monitoring System through the extensive Hyundai dealer network across the Western Hemisphere. Additionally, our dealers will have the opportunity to realize the Titan’s cost-saving and revenue generating benefits on their own rental and on-road truck fleet. The Titan Equipment Monitoring System can be used on the full Hyundai line of construction and material handling equipment, including loaders, back-hoes, forklifts, skid-steer loaders, excavators and more,” stated Jim Holliday, National Service Manager for Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, Inc.

Holliday added, “To find the right, comprehensive solution for our dealers and customers, we sought a telemetry supplier who reflects Hyundai’s core values of quality before and after the sale. With DPL America, we offer the strongest mix of product functionality, rugged design, support and company experience”.

 “We are very excited to be working with market leader Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas to provide their dealers and customers with a Hyundai-endorsed equipment management system that gives them significant benefits, including productivity improvements, cost-savings and increased revenue opportunity”, said Tony Nicoletti, Director of Sales for DPL America. “This agreement enhances Hyundai's ability to better serve their customers and add unsurpassed value to their product line across North, Central and South America”.

The award-winning Titan Equipment Monitoring System combines the Internet, international cellular and global positioning system (GPS) technologies in a rugged metal hardware unit to deliver a powerful solution for remote asset management, monitoring and theft protection.  Data collected from the Titan is accessible anywhere in the world via an easy to use, password protected Web based application and can be integrated into customer back end software packages.

Other advantages of the Titan system include the ability for engine hours, machine performance, idle time and productivity data to be reported on demand, at automated intervals and delivered by regularly scheduled e-mail reports. Multiple service counters, with past due alerts, and notification of a threatening condition on the asset help keep maintenance and repair costs to a minimum. In addition to real-time locating and remote disable capabilities, theft protection is executed through user-defined curfews of non-operation, perimeter alerts, speed alerts and a homing beacon function -- all of which notify the owner instantly via e-mail and cell phone. Both Hyundai dealers and their customers with over-the-road assets will experience reduced fuel and service costs with increased driver productivity and accountability through the universal Titan System monitoring their on-road vehicles.
 

Finding fleet savings in the stars

Imagine sitting in the cab with each and every one of your drivers as they make their rounds, every single day. Using a GPS vehicle tracking system, now you literally can.
GPS is already proving itself to be the next business revolutionizing technology, just like mobile phones were in the 1990s or computers in the 1980s. For the fleet owner the question is no longer whether or not a GPS tracking system is needed, but rather how to select the right one? This article will help answer that question by exploring what GPS is, how vehicle tracking works, the benefits of GPS, and how to evaluate and budget for your GPS tracking system.

How vehicle tracking works

Innovative asset management

The Titan Equipment Monitoring System for mobile, off-road equipment is an advanced solution for remote monitoring and tracking of off-road assets to increase asset profi tability and productivity while decreasing the costs and risk of equipment theft. Features include: automatic and on-demand location updates, remote starter disable capabilities, real time updates of machine on/off/in transit status, hour meter reporting, service scheduling and digital inputs for sensor alarming.

Titan monitoring system

The Titan Equipment Monitoring System is designed for mobile, off-road equipment, as a solution to equipment theft and for remote monitoring and tracking of off-road assets. Features of the system include: automatic and on-demand location updates; remote starter disable capabilities; real-time updates of machine on/off/in transit status; hour meter reporting with daily run time log; service scheduling with past due notices; and digital inputs for sensor alarming. Once covertly installed on an asset, the rugged Titan hardware unit wirelessly reports the machine’s activity, location, status and other operational data to the software.

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