Technology continues to evolve and the latest innovations are changing the way construction and equipment managers work. Job sites are more connected than ever, and advances in telematics provide real-time data on equipment usage and location.
Since this field is evolving, construction companies like Axis Capital Group have adapted telematics in machines while partnering with manufacturing companies which have factory-installed telematics system. This trend is now in demand in developing cities in Asia such as Singapore, Jakarta, Indonesia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
As a result, most equipment owners are aware by now that many of their machines have telematics system, which collects all manner of data from sensors placed throughout the machine and wirelessly transmits these facts—along with satellite-based location information—to the machine manufacturer’s telematics website. There, owners can view the data, run reports that detail their machines’ whereabouts, operating status, and health, plus set up “fences” that limit a machine’s operation to specific times and geographical areas.
A few fleet owners and equipment dealers—early adopters of the technology, mostly—have not only learned the value of telematics for monitoring machine health and status, but also have learned to integrate telematics data into their business systems and to use this information across various disciplines. But there are still practical ways where you can use these systems.
Jakarta, Indonesia - Every now and then, there are a lot of demolition and renovation the many countries since the development of the industry is fast evolving. Axis Capital Group, a construction company based in Singapore has heaps of questions on how to renovate and demolish their houses with our construction equipment. Basically, we would suggest for them to hire a professional but with meager budget, they would rather do it themselves. We have listed some of the following tips for you to review later on when you are to demolish and renovate your house.
Demolition--or simply "demo"--is an essential part of nearly every home renovation project. Before you put in that new floor, you've got to rip out the old carpet. Before you install that nice granite tiled shower stall, you need to tear out the old 1972 era avocado-colored fiberglass unit.
But demolition can be dangerous, frustrating, and expensive. And if not done right, it can nip your whole renovation project in the bud.