Trackunit achieves milestone in connected assets

The company says the number of assets it has linked has almost tripled from less than 500,000 last year

Trackunit has connected more than 1.4m assets globally, almost tripling the number of assets it has linked in the last year, the company has announced.

According to the technology provider, connected assets have risen from less than 500,000 a year ago, setting a new milestone and representing a significant spike in the adoption of its software.

The growth follows Trackunit’s move to partner with the industrial IoT division of Canada’s ZTR in November 2021, but also as new business comes on board ahead of the return of Bauma, the company says.

In June 2020, Ahern partnered with Trackunit for telematics across the group.

The company will have several products on display at the world’s largest machinery trade fair including Trackunit Kin, Trackunit Raw, 5G-ready Spot 2, Trackunit Manager and the Trackunit Iris Platform.

“Trackunit is delighted to be back exhibiting at Bauma. Trackunit solutions offer connectivity designed for the construction industry that provides wide and highly secure access that our partners and users need to increase their optimisation.” said Trackunit SVP of Products Dave Swan.

Throughout the week, the company will also showcase its Product Portal unveiled at the Eliminate Downtime Festival in June 2022.

In October 2021, Snorkel launched its global telematics solution Snorkel OnSite and, in September 2022, Trackunit launched a 5G device for equipment tracking.

“The portal represents a construction industry first as the entry point for wide-scale, structured collaboration and provides direct access to the company’s innovation engine room with a transparent view of product roadmaps,” continued Swan.

He concluded, “Eliminating downtime continues to underpin everything we do. As long as that remains our foundation, I believe we can keep bringing products to the market that solve real industry problems.”

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