Leica releases mobile asset monitoring solution

By on 3 March, 2015

Leica Jasset

Leica Geosystems Mining has released Leica Jasset, a monitoring solution that locates mobile and semi mobile assets for the mining industry.

Supervisor vehicles, lighting plants, water pumps, communications trailers, generators, portable toilets, and many other assets are difficult to track due to the mobile nature of their use.

“Quite often, between shift changes, assets can get misplaced,” said Joe Arico, product manager, Leica Geosystems Mining, Brisbane. “This can happen for a variety of reasons and, historically, a mine wouldn’t track these assets. However, getting a full picture of all the working parts and resources within a mine is crucial to increase productivity.”

Leica Geosystems Mining has created a product that integrates with the Leica fleet management solution. Further advantages include:

  • Ability to use a mines existing Wi-Fi infrastructure or cellular network for communication
  • Storage of all data into the Jmineops database
  • Ability to monitor an assets activity and status

“Integration and interaction are the key benefits to the Jasset. Integration into our customer’s existing network and the Leica Jigsaw platform, which allows for management, dispatch and the operator to visually interact with the asset” said Joe Arico.

Orders for Leica Jasset can be placed from today. For more information visit Leica Geosystems Mining.

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