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1Project Monitoring 2D Project Monitoring 3D Project Monitoring VisionLink Mobile
2Whole Fleet Management Solutions Assets and EquipmentServicesVisionLink ServicesAsset and Fleet ManagementProduction Machinesno Machine ControlAsset and Fleet Management2D Project Monitoring3D Production Machineswith Machine Control3D Project MonitoringConnected Machine (Connected Community)
3Whole Fleet Management Solutions Assets and EquipmentLocationHours on meterEstimated Fuel usedWorking/Idle timeUtilizationService / MaintenanceAll DevicesLimited Functionality on someProduction Machinesno Machine ControlCycle TimesLoad CountsVolumes MovedHours by ProjectWork Group ProductivityPlanned vs. ActualSNM940PL420 / PL421 / PL5223D Production Machineswith Machine ControlReal Time SurfacesReal Time Cut / FillReal Time Compaction PassesReal Time Compaction ValuesReal Time Temperature MappingReal Volumes Moved (Not Estimated)
4VisionLink Example Quote Sheet Example Quote Sheet for easier quoting of common configsIncludes recommended list pricingSITECH Software Solutions Store > Help > Ordering Guides > VisionLink Quote SampleSITECH Store (Hardware) > Main Section: Telematics > Subsections: Radios / SNM940 > Click the link at the top of the page to view the VisionLink Quote spreadsheet
62D Project Monitoring Plan Includes asset management subscriptionBasic (Hours, Location, and Maintenance) PlanRequires Utilization subscriptionRapid Reporting subscription optionalIncludes 2D Project Monitoring functionalityCustomer can use included SIM card (AT&T)Some countries not includedMobile Device (iPad, iPhone) – VisionLink Mobile
7ProductLink 2D Project Monitoring 2D Project Monitoring is enabled on PL420 / PL421 / PL522 devicesIdentical 2D PM functionality as SNM9402D Project Monitoring subscriptions available only through SITECH / Trimble HCC distributionGreat opportunity for expanding VisionLink businessPartner with your Caterpillar dealer to find potential customers
8What Kind Of Machines Need 2D Project Monitoring? Typically bulk earthmoving machinesOn and Off Road Dump TrucksScrapersWheeled Loaders
9VisionLink Terminology Project BoundaryLimits of the projectAll events at project level are counted and reported onceSite BoundaryThe same event at site level may be counted in multiple overlapping Site boundariesCan be one of the following categoriesCut ZoneFill ZoneStockpileBorrow PitDump ZoneGeneric Site
10VisionLink Terminology CandidateA load or dump event generated automatically by an asset entering a valid site boundary category and stoppingThe definition of when an asset is stopped is configurableBelow a speed threshold for a period of timeValid site boundary categories to generate a load or dump candidate areBorrow Pit, Cut Zone, Dump Zone, Fill Zone and Stockpile.The asset needs to be inside a valid site boundary category in order to create a stop/start event i.e. a dumpA stop outside a valid site boundary category (as defined above) including inside the project boundary will not generate a candidateLoad and dump candidates will not cross daily reporting, they have to occur on the same day
11Proximity-based loads 2D PM setting for loader / hauler with radiusLoad Count Report shows loading assetMore accurate than site-only load calculationGives user more confidence in load statistics accuracyCombinations:Excavator – TruckLoader – TruckDozer – ScraperRequires SNM940 on loading asset
12VisionLink Terminology Load (or Cut)Event where material is loaded onto an assetMay include a switched eventDump (or Fill)Event where material is dumped from an assetLoad CountA unit of measure encompassing a load event to a Dump event
13VisionLink Terminology CycleA unit of measure encompassing a load event in a site boundary to the next load event in the same site boundary. (A cycle may contain many load counts)
14VisionLink Terminology Cut Local: (to this site)Quantity of material that has been loaded (or cut) then dumped (or filled) within the same siteCut Outgoing: (to another site)Quantity of material that has been loaded (or cut) from one site and then dumped (or filled) in another site.
15VisionLink Terminology Cut: Undefined SiteQuantity of material that has been loaded (or cut) in one site and then dumped (or filled) into an undefined area that is not within a site or project boundary
16VisionLink Terminology Fill Local: (from this site)Quantity of material that has been dumped (or filled) when loaded (or cut) from the same site.Fill Incoming: (from another site)Quantity of material that has been dumped (or filled) when loaded (or cut) from another site.
17VisionLink Terminology Fill: Undefined SiteQuantity of material that has been dumped (or filled) when loaded (or cut) from an undefined area that is not within a site or project boundary.
18VisionLink Terminology Time Per LoadTime for a load count i.e. between a load and a subsequent dump eventAverage time per load is the sum of times per load divided by the number of loads
19VisionLink Terminology Load TimeTime between site entry and site exit events with a single load event in betweenUses innermost site time to populate outer sites if sites are nestedAverage loading time is the sum of load times divided by the number of loads
20VisionLink Terminology Haul TimeTime between a site exit from a load site to the dump event time (with no loads or dumps in between)Haul DistanceDistance between a site exit from a load site to the dump event
21VisionLink Terminology Cycle TimeTimes between consecutive loads in the same site. (A cycle may contain many load counts)Cycle DistanceDistance travelled between consecutive loads in the same site. (A cycle may contain many load counts)
22VisionLink Terminology Loads per Hour (within a site)Load events / (working time + idle time)Volume per Hour (within a site)(Load events x volume per load) / (working time + idle time)
23What are the components of a “Cycle” or “Load” Load timeHaul (loaded)Dump is a completed loadHaul return (unloaded) is a completed cycle
24How To Measure Load Time Using a manual switch in the cabUsing a site entry and site exit event to a site boundary (cut zone type)
25How To Measure Dump Time Using a switch on the machine – e.g. a dump switch on the load bed of the machineUsing a Site Entry and Site Exit event to a Site Boundary (Fill Zone Type)
26Setting Up A Haul Route Cut Zone Site Boundary Project Boundary Site Fill Zone SiteBoundariesHaul 1= 1x Load= 1x CycleReport on the Haul Site BoundaryUse the Cut Zone and Fill Zone Site Boundaries for Events and Times
27Methods Available Switch to switch Site to site Site to switch Switch to siteNote:Site boundaries are still used to determine load time and dump time
292D Project Monitoring Concept Trimble Building Site projectUsed Business Center – HCE Site Mass Haul moduleBuildingOverexcavation 1.5mCut first then backfillCut goes into fill areaNorth part of jobCut - backfills buildingResidual goes to fillBorrow from offsiteMeets deficit volume
30Define Project Boundary Define Cut and Fill ZonesDefine Borrow Pits & Waste SitesDefine Haul ZonesHaul 1 – Overexcavate BldgHaul 2 – Backfill BldgHaul 3 – Borrow From Offsite
31Mass Haul Planning Process does not require 3D Machine Control Take Zone 4 – Zone Cut in Zone 4 = 8941 yd3Utilize a single CAT 627G ScraperBowl capacity m3Target Hauls = 8941/15 = 596 (Target Cycle Count)Average Haul Distance = 428m (Target Cycle Distance = 856m)Average Haul Speed = 30kmhAverage Haul Time = 1.72 minAverage Load Time = 0.4 minAverage Dump Time = 0.6 minTotal Cycle Time = 2.72 minTotal Haul Time required = hrs = ~3.5 daysProcess does not require 3D Machine ControlJust an estimate of machine capacityKnowing the Target Metrics allows us to Monitor effectively
32VisionLink Monitored Site Data Entry Zone 4 Cut feeds Zone 1 and Zone 5Zone 5 Fill is fed by Zones 4,3,5,2 and borrow from offsite
33Manage Monitored Sites Monitored sites belong to a projectOnly sites that belong to the currently selected project should be placed on the project dashboardEach project has its own dashboard of monitored sitesSites that are shared across multiple projects, e.g. a waste site or borrow pit can be monitored on all of the projects that they are serving as requiredIf you want the monitored site on the dashboard then click the dashboard icon
36Project Settings – 2D Monitoring Set up each of the machines you want to monitor in 2D. Assets must be setup before they submit 2D data to the Project.
37Setting Up an Asset for 2D Monitoring Asset 2D settings can be edited throughout the project. Cost rates, load count targets and load volumes can be changed and this will retrospectively update project data.
38Monitored Sites Dashboards All projects automatically get a 2D project dashboardCreate monitored sites and add up to 18 to the dashboardThe project counts all loads/dumps that fall within the project boundary
40Asset Load DetailsAverage haul time (site exit from load site to dump event)Average time from site exit of Load site to dump eventVolume/loadManually set valueTotal volumeNumber of loads x volume/load valueLoadsNumber of loads movedAverage time per loadAverage time from load to dumpAverage loading timeAverage time in the load site boundary (entry to exit time)
41Asset Cycle Details Cycles Average cycle time Average cycle distance Number of cycles runAverage cycle timeAverage time elapsed between consecutive loads in the same siteAverage cycle distanceAverage distance travelled between consecutive loads in the same siteAverage cost / cycleAverage cost of working + idle time / number of cycles run
42Detailed Track Plot for 2D PM Loads Select an asset in load or cycle detail to displayShows average load path in blueShows deviations in red (time, distance, or location)Callout shows reason for deviation and statisticsCustomer can easily find inefficiencies and lost profit
43Reporting 2D Data Report what you see in 2D PM summary view to Excel Load countsHaul distancesCut / fill volumes
44Reporting 2D Data Cycles Cycle times Cycle costs Report what you see in 2D PM load count details and cycle details view to ExcelLoad counts per assetHaul distancesLoading / hauling timesVolumesCyclesCycle timesCycle costs
48Connecting Field and Office Business Center — HCEVisionLinkConnected CommunityMachine Control SystemsSite Positioning Systems
49Two Layers of Connectivity 3D Machine Control Subscription PlanConnected MachineGNSS GPS corrections to machine (VRS, IBSS)Design files to machinesDiagnostic files from machineLog files from machinePoint files from machineProduction and compaction data from machine3D Project MonitoringContinuously stored information, 5 minute updatesIntelligent compaction – including asphaltVolumes, surfaces, cut/fill, elevation mapping** VRS and IBSS require either a VRS or Connected Community subscription** Connected Machine requires a Connected Community subscription3D Project Monitoring includes Asset and Fleet Management options and Connected Machine
50Required Cellular Subscriptions Connected Machine and 3D Project Monitoring Subscriptions require high data bandwidth cellular plans or Wi-Fi connections on site (>300 MB per month)GSM / GPRSCustomer provides own SIM and cellular subscriptionVerizon – North America onlyTrimble offers cellular subscription ORCustomer can use their Verizon account3D Machine Control Subscriptions also require a Connected Community Device License
51SNM940 Connectivity Connected Community IBSS / VRS SNM940 Business Center - HCEVisionLinkDesign FilesAs-Built FilesGNSS RTK CorrectionsProduction TAG Files
523D Project Monitoring Plan Includes asset management subscriptionUniversal (hours & location)MaintenanceIncludes 2D Project Monitoring functionalityIncludes Connected Machine functionalityWireless data syncIBSS / VRS correctionsConnected Community Device LicenseUsed for file transferNot customer facingIncludes 3D Project Monitoring functionality
533D Project Monitoring Plan Provides an overview of your project status from a remote location at any timeSite officeHead officeSupervisors truckMobile device (iPad, iPhone) – VisionLink MobileMap views ofCompaction coverage, pass counts, CMV / MDP values, temperatureAggregated view from all compactors and for all layersSurface elevation, cut / fill to selected designsAggregated view from all 3D machines on the projectProfile views cut through multiple surfacesVolume calculations from measured surface to design or between measured surfaces at different times
553D Project MonitoringEach time a machine blade, bucket or roller passes over the center of a 34cm grid cell the following information is captured in a TAG fileWhich design file was in use on the machineElevationA pass count updateThe CMV – Compaction Meter ValueMeasured from a sensor on the drum of the compactorThe date and time of the cell data updateThe machine information (device ID ~ machine)The machines forward or reverse motionThe machines automatic or manual statusThe TAG file is packaged and sent to Connected Community once every 5 minutes
563D Project Monitoring Production Server VisionLink VisionLink Query TAGTAGTAGConnected CommunityProduction ServerVisionLink QueryProduction Server ResponseVisionLink
573D Project Monitoring in VisionLink TAG FilesMust have Blade on Ground (BOG) set to YesTAG file must be within VisionLink project boundaryTAG file must be within project date and time
583D Project Monitoring in VisionLink AdministrationProjectsCreate a new project wizardImportsDesign and Surveyed Surfaces (TTM)Linework (DXF)Site boundaries (DXF)Alignments (SVL)Import calibrations (DC, CAL)Mobile Linework (KML, KMZ)When an SNM940 is reporting into VisionLink with the 3D Project Monitoring Option enabled, the Project Tab appears
593D Project MonitoringVisionLink allows the definition of multiple projectsThe project is defined by a project boundaryEach project has its own production modelTAG files with data inside the project boundary are automatically importedThe production model is a 4D databaseXYZ plus time and other attributesVisionLink can query any surface, volume or compaction surface at any date or time
603D Project Monitoring Comprises two main operational functions Volumes and SurfacesCompactionThese used to be known as Compaction Manager and Volumes Manager they are now both part of 3D Project Monitoring
61Volumes Provides surfaces of machine data that can be used to display Coverage mapsElevation mapsCut/fill maps (measured compared to design)Compute volumes between measured and design dataCompute volumes between measured data at different timesBlade On Ground (BOG) on graders and dozers for better dataTrimble SCS900 Site Controller Software topo surfaces can be loaded into VisionLink for a composite project surface (rover + machine)
62Elevation Profiles First Pass = First Cut in Existing Ground Last Pass = Current Ground
65Compaction Tracks compaction by layer Pass counts CMV values Monitors pass count over entire surface from one or multiple machines against a target pass count valueHighlights over- or under-compaction areasCMV valuesMonitors the Compaction Meter Values (CMV) over the entire surface from one or multiple machinesHighlights compaction inconsistencies such as soft spotsMachine Drive Power (MDP) valuesIf pass count and CMV / MDP consistency is good then surface is likely to pass inspectionTemperature mapping values (asphalt compaction)
66Compaction Displays Temperature MDP values CCV/CMV values Summary Pass countDetail
67CompactionIntelligently monitors compaction over the entire surface area being compactedMore reliable than a few spot checks using a nuclear densometer or core sampleProvides an aggregated view of compaction from all machines on all layers of the surface being constructedOn Design, Build, Fund, Operate projects – consistent compaction over entire surface will increase life of surface, reduce maintenance costs and improve ride smoothnessCan also use to verify elevations and cut / fill
68VisionLink OverviewVisionLink is the ‘post machine’ environment tool. It is used primarily for fleet and project management. Project focus within VisionLink is the migration of SiteVision Office ‘production server’ functionality to VisionLink.SiteVision OfficePre-machine FunctionalityPost-machine FunctionalityBusiness Center - HCEVisionLink
69Vision Link Project Focus Create a projectImport a design from Connected CommunityView and analyse Project DataBusiness Center - HCETag files (Project data)DesignsGCS900ConnectivityVisionLinkConnected Community
70Creating a ProjectA project is created from the ‘Manage Projects’ menu item from the Administration menu. Clicking New Project will launch the New Project Wizard
71Creating a ProjectConnect to Business Data Center to import design from Connected Community
72Creating a ProjectA project boundary once created cannot be edited!
73Creating a ProjectThe coordinate system selected for the project should be the same one used by assets contributing data
74Importing and Viewing Files Manage Imports is the means to import and delete files from a project. A user must have a project selected in Command Center before selecting Manage Imports from the Administration menu.
75Importing and Viewing Files Connect to Business Data Center and select a Project (Jobsite in BC – HCE) to import files from.
76Importing and Viewing Files Specify units (DXF – must be same as source) and file type for selected Imports
77Importing and Viewing Files A coordinate system if not specified upon project creation must be specified when importing files
78Importing and Viewing Files Designs, linework and alignments once imported are rendered and displayed in the Map View.
79Importing and Viewing Files All imported files (except coordinate systems) are listed in the Manage Imports screen. They can be hidden, deleted or contrasted.
80CoverageCoverage is simply every cell an asset has driven over or coveredOr surveyed surface as imported from time stamped TTM file
81ElevationElevation is the elevation range an asset was at while passing over the cell.Elevation data can be profiled using a slicer tool
82Cut/FillSelecting a design surface to compare to production data in terms of cut and fill
83CMV SummaryCompaction Meter Value – For compactors only to measure CMV per cell compared to machine specified targets
84MDP SummaryMachine Drive Power – For new Cat compactors only to measure MDP per cell compared to machine specified targets
85Pass Count DetailDetailed asset pass counts based on actual number passes over each cell
86Pass Count SummarySummary asset pass counts based on actual passes over each cell compared to machine specified targets
87TemperatureAsphalt Compactors (ACOM) temperature data based on temperature readings
88Summary VolumesGround to groundDesign to groundGround to design
89Summary VolumesSummary volumes calculations based on design to ground, ground to design and ground to groundDesign to ground uses the design as the basis and compares it to the ground (filter).Ground to design uses the ground (filter) as the basis and compares it to the design.
90Filters Panel Date On-machine design Asset Compaction Elevation AlignmentAreaOther
91Exporting 3D SurfacesExported filtered production data as a TTM surfaceImport to Business Center – HCE for:VolumesAs-builtsCut / fill mapsOther calculationsProvide to stakeholders for verification
92Reporting 3D Data Report what you see in 3D PM views to Excel ElevationProfilesCut / fill mapsCMV / MDPPass countTemperatureVolumes
93Reporting 3D Data Export compaction cell data Provide to stakeholders for verificationAnalyze in third party software (e.g. Veda)
94Station - Offset Report Station-offset reporting of 3D data based on alignment and production data filterReport elevation, cut / fill, CMV, MDP, pass count, temperature on a station interval and user-defined offsetsReplaces SVO / AGO station-offset reportVerification for project owners, engineers, or managers
95Grid ReportReporting of 3D data based on a grid and production data filterEliminates the need for an alignmentReport elevation, cut / fill, CMV, MDP, pass count, temperature on a grid interval and automatic or user-defined grid alignmentVerification for project owners, engineers, or managers
96TAG file alert Create alert for invalid TAG files Troubleshoot why files aren’t importingAccount Name: MerinoAsset ID: Deponie LeigruebS/N: OBBD02664Asset Make: CATAsset Model: 963CAlert Type: Unable to determine Project IDAlert Title: Test of Alerts for Tag files - Unable to determine ProjectID (date/time, project area, invalid LLH/NE, multiple projects)Date: 12/12/ :00:00 AM UTCNo matching project date/time found (1) 12/11/ :06:10 PM UTC-12/11/ :06:10 PM UTC
97Project SettingsProject settings are the means to change color palettes, apply user specified compaction override values, edit coordinate systems or add shrinkage and bulking to volume calculations.
98Project SettingsProduction data such as pass counts and CMV values can contain machine targets, project settings can override these values with user specified targets, this will update the production within the project
99Project SettingsProduction data such as CMV summary and MDP summary can be analysed and viewed on a top layer only basis or all layers basis. If you select all layers a cell showing the ‘compacted’ colors indicates that all layers in that area meet the CMV/target lift thickness.
101Take The Power Of VisionLink To The Field m.myvisionlink.comIncluded with any 2D or 3D Project Monitoring subscription2D and 3D Project Monitoring data in the field – empowering the foreman or site managerUse mobile device GPS to identify problem areas and mark them for rework.View project data on site and react quickly
102VisionLink MobileView current 3D project data such as elevation maps details on your mobile device.
103VisionLink MobileReal-time production information at the foreman’s fingertips
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