KEEPING TRACK

01 April 2008

• A new GPS tracking, maintenance and security system has been launched for the crane industry.

US-based Remote Dynamics spent more than a year developing its REDIview Crane and Hoist Service in association with crane and construction hoist users, said the company.

The hardware platform interfaces with the company's new 2.0 software allowing users to manage all their service vehicles and construction assets from one application. The system complements the existing REDIview service.

“We are excited to be serving the crane and hoist industry as the need for accurate information across a variety of equipment is a necessity. These companies have expensive assets and large service teams,” said Gary Hallgren, Remote Dynamics CEO.

For more information see www.remotedynamics.com

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