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Case extend SiteWatch coverage

Case extend SiteWatch coverage

Company extends SiteWatch telematics with satellite connectivity to provide reliable global coverage

CASE have extended their SiteWatch offering with Iridium satellite connectivity to provide their telematics services in areas without cellular network coverage.

The new satellite service is offered as an additional option on the existing SiteWatch packages, allowing Case machines to transmit data from every corner of the globe even when normal cellular connectivity is totally absent.

Case say this new service is testament to their continuous search for solutions that help customers run their construction businesses efficiently and make their work easier.

The new SiteWatch extension transmits by satellite all the data managed by the telematics system, such as positions, status, performance, fuel consumption and vehicle health conditions, at regular intervals, and issues alarms in real time.

Customers can easily add the new satellite service to any machine – Case and other brands – that has SiteWatch installed and an active subscription. The extension only requires the Telematics Satellite Kit and subscription, available from Case dealers.

The new satellite system is designed to be flexible and portable, so that customers can easily transfer it from one machine to another according to their needs and work conditions.

To ensure that customers benefit from the most reliable satellite service available on the market, Case have partnered with Iridium Communications Inc., the network provider known for its global coverage and the quality of its signal.

Case say they have also selected one of the best satellite modem manufacturers, Quake Global, for their telematics satellite modem.

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