Presentation on theme: "Your Fleet Management Solution OSHA Logbooks Your vehicle sends information automatically to your password protected Internet Site. From your computer,"— Presentation transcript:
Your Fleet Management Solution OSHA Logbooks Your vehicle sends information automatically to your password protected Internet Site. From your computer, you can monitor your fleet through the Internet and have instant visibility over their operation.
Top Down Safety Management Manage risks Operating safety and OSHA requirements Are the operators speeding? Do they wear their seat belts? Is equipment overloaded or misused? Get the reports you need Every vehicle in your fleet is visible to the top corporate account holder. Allocate visibility to Division and Site managers. Empower staff to cut costs and increase safety. Instant and accurate visibility over your operations. Get answers on demand with Fleet Online.
Return on Investment We can focus on many unnecessary expenses and safety risks relating to your fleet. PM service is done on time. Reduce equipment, property, and product damage. Reduce avoidable damage bills. Reduce the potential for injuries. Reduce fuel consumption. The basic system requires no infrastructure cost, such as server or wireless receivers.
Simple Function Fleet Online is Simple Install the Fleet Monitor Receive your online access codes and you’re away. The Fleet Monitor is a rugged wireless reporting module that communicates over the Cellular network. It can transfer from an old vehicle to a new vehicle. Paperless OSHA checklists Starts reporting from the moment it is installed.
Standard Features Wireless Hour Meter Reading and Equipment Monitoring Pre-Shift Checklist Equipment OM Service Recorder Damage Sensor Operator ID Card to start forklift Email Alerts Web Access 24 / 7 / 365
Optional Features Speed Display with Over speed alarm Auto Vehicle Shutdown Safety Belt Interlock (with Audio Visual) Weight Sensor (Display on Screen)
Pre-Shift Checklist Must complete a series of checks by answering questions via the LCD display. Designed to alert the operator to anything unsafe. Questions change their sequence Questions can be modified and sent to the forklift via Web portal Sends email alert to fleet manager and technician Paperless OSHA checklist
Operator Swipe Card Access Control On board card reader Only authorized and accredited drivers Scan card If valid, they will hear a beep and then be able to start the vehicle Can use existing ID cards
Impact Sensor Highly accurate Option to shut down the vehicle on a critical impact, with restart only after a supervisor unlocks the system with a swipe card Records location on impact on forklift Sends email alert of impact
Speed Readout and Over Speed Alert Shows current speed on display Exceed speed = warning buzzer RFID Zoning using Smart Tags Tags are placed in the floor The max speed for each zone can be different Automatically changes the maximum speed limit of the forklift
Zone Control Zone 2 Building A Zone 1 Building B Zone 3 Receiving Zone 4 Warehouse Zone 2 6 MPH Zone 3 9 MPH Zone 4 3 MPH
Seat Belt Interlock Prevents the forklift from being started if the driver has not buckled their seat belt If unbuckled while the forklift is running, a buzzer will sound and a warning will display
Idle Timer The Idle Timer shuts down the forklift if the vehicle is idle for a predetermined amount of time Saves money on LPG fuel and battery power Helps avoid the potential dangerous situation of vehicles being left running while unattended
Load Weight Display Digital Load Weight Readout and Over Load Alert Each time an operator lifts a load, the weight is clearly displayed If a load is greater than the safe working limit, a buzzer will sound and warn the operator Consecutive loads can be added together to calculate the overall weight lifted
Vehicle Operating History Critical data is recorded and stored locally on the Speedshield Unit Data such as average speed, time the forklift is in motion, and number of lifts can all be extracted via a PDA or laptop with Bluetooth communications
GSM Server Based Reporting and GPS Position Feedback Data is sent to a central server via the GSM network Fleet managers can access this data via a secure online monitoring and reporting system The last known location of the forklift is recorded if the vehicle has a GPS modem installed.