Posted June 22, 2023

Multi-brand telematics system

InTempo MX makes it easier than ever for rental companies to merge telematics information from multiple sources into a single view of their assets.

There’s no need for complicated coding; simple drop-down menus allow users to select from pre-configured data integration options. These feeds include:

  • Caterpillar AEMP
  • Genie Lift Connect
  • Hitachi AEMP 2.0
  • John Deere AEMP 2.0
  • Komatsu AEMP
  • Liebherr AEMP
  • SolarTrak
  • Topcon AEMP 2.0
  • Trackunit
  • Volvo AEMP
  • Wirtgen AEMP 1.0

All users need to do is select their data source and confirm their authentication credentials. From there, they can monitor numerous sources in production. These enhancements make it easier than ever to merge mixed-source telematics data with rental data on the same easy-to-use platform.

Rental companies can visualize their fleet assets on a single screen, drilling even further down with filters that show only equipment that’s scheduled for pickup, due for preventive maintenance or on-rent to a specific customer. Collectively, this helps their team make faster, more informed operational decisions.

“We’ve seen studies that suggest there will be more than 12.2 million off-highway assets equipped with telematics devices by 2026, with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) accounting for more than 70 percent of those assets,” says Tony Tye, product manager for InTempo MX. “We’re responding to that demand with a platform that makes it simple for rental companies to connect all of their assets, regardless of the brands that make up their fleet. As we continue to add even more external feeds to our integrations list, our customers will have an even easier time aggregating their telematics data and making it available in their core business applications.”