Bobcat launches new Machine IQ subscription packages

By Jenny Lescohier15 October 2020

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Bobcat Machine IQ offers two new subscription packages

Bobcat Company introduces two new Machine IQ subscription packages to help customers check on the health of machines and remotely track information that enhances maintenance, security and performance.

Bobcat Machine IQ wireless communication, launched in 2019, is a service designed to help owners and fleet managers better utilise their machines. It has been upgraded with two new subscription packages – Machine IQ Basics and Machine IQ Health and Security.

Information recorded by Bobcat Machine IQ wireless communication solution is delivered to Bobcat Owner Portal, a personalized website accessible via any internet-connected computer, smartphone or tablet. Customers can register at my.Bobcat.com to access the Bobcat Owner Portal.

The Machine IQ Basics package is a subscription service which allows customers to manage their fleet. The service is free for the first three years from the original equipment purchase date. Machine IQ Basic features include: Basic Telematics, Custom Asset Name, and Maintenance Interval Tracking.

The Machine IQ Health and Security package gives customers the ability to upgrade their machine subscription to proactively monitor their equipment. This service is $200 per year plus a one-time $100 activation fee. It includes all Machine IQ Basic features plus the following advanced features: Maintenance Reminder Email Alerts, Fault Code Notifications and Troubleshooting, Geofence Creation and Breach Notification, Curfew Creation and Breach Notifications, Machine Utilisation Reporting, In-Portal Notification Management.

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