Moematics collects data at the machine, then transmits that data to user interfaces or third-party systems for analysis and action.
With the development of the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) Telematics Standard ISO 15143-3, engineers, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and end users are increasingly embracing the use of telematics in heavy equipment and mobile machinery.
According to ISO, the telematics standard, which was developed in 2016 and updated in 2020, “specifies the communication schema designed to provide mobile machinery status data from a telematics provider’s server to customer applications via the internet. The data is collected from a mobile machine using telematics data-logging equipment and stored on a telematics provider’s server.”
For heavy equipment OEMs, moematics provides insights for product improvements and eliminates costly field and on-site visits for intelligence gathering. For companies that use the “rental” model for revenue generation, moematics provides essential data for predictive maintenance.
For the owners and operators of mobile equipment, moematics helps to reduce the cost and time involved in heavy machinery fleet management by putting real-time machine data into the hands of end users to improve productivity, operator safety, ROI and overall product satisfaction..
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