Many manufacturers of construction machinery equip their equipment with GPS or telematics transmitters from the factory. These devices are often capable of transmitting various data from the machine. Manufacturers also provide systems for preventive maintenance.
To avoid the need for additional GPS transmitters on construction machinery, manufacturers have agreed on the ISO 15143-3 or AEMP 2.0 interface. ISO 15143-3 provides a web service that allows geoCapture to directly access and import location and telematics data from manufacturers.
Therefore, when purchasing your new construction machinery, inquire about this service and the associated costs so that you can directly use the manufacturer's data in geoCapture.
You can manage your vehicles and machines with geoCapture GPS trackers and machines with GPS trackers from the equipment manufacturer through the ISO 15143-3 interface in one portal. When working with geoCapture, you won't even notice that the data is being transferred from the manufacturer to the geoCapture system. You use the system as usual, and in the background, geoCapture continuously updates the position and telematics data.
The specific data that gets transferred may vary depending on the manufacturer. Common data includes machine hours, idle time, diesel consumption, and fuel tank levels.
When ordering your construction equipment, be sure to inquire about the interface and associated costs. You will receive access credentials from the manufacturer. Simply pass these credentials along to your contact at geoCapture, and you can relax as they take care of the rest.
The AEMP 2.0 / ISO interface transfers machine operating hours to geoCapture. Your construction sites are created as projects in geoCapture and located on a GEO map. All data collected in the vicinity of the project is automatically assigned via GPS. This eliminates the need for double data entry, and you have all data in one system.