New Features From Tigercat: RemoteLog, LogOn

Tigercat offers new features on its powerful RemoteLog and LogOn telematics system. Using the same satellite connection as RemoteLog, machine operators or technicians may now send and receive simple text messages when no cellular mobile network is available. There is no need for another messaging service—RemoteLog does it all.

Worksite supervisors can send messages to machine operators quickly and easily. Get direct support at the jobsite from your Tigercat dealer when your phone is out of coverage range. Optimize your forestry operations through better communication. Purchase a Pay-As-You-Go text messaging data plan from your local dealer to get started.

You can now access the “data that matters” from RemoteLog directly through a new web service using your IT servers. Now it is possible to share geographic position and production data for your machines with landowners and forestry operations companies. RemoteLog utilizes the well documented ISO 15143-3 (AEMP 2.0) Web API that is widely used in mobile machinery applications.

You can easily view production, activity timelines, and fuel consumption on your mobile device using LogOn at the worksite. Now you can download formatted reports in PDF or CSV formats and save them to your mobile device. View the reports anytime, or share them through email.

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