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ZTR Control Systems Offering GENSET Telematics Package

May 27, 2015 | By Business Wire News


ZTR Control Systems, the principal leader in industrial telematics equipment monitoring and management, has just released a new package specifically designed with the portable GENSET in mind. Whether providing power to a construction site, a well site, or to a community fair, ZTR has the GENSET telematics solution.

With simple, effortless technology, telematics gives the customer real time operational awareness; anytime, anywhere. Focusing on diagnostics and troubleshooting, the industrial internet is moving to a practical data-driven approach. We all know that efficiency is paramount and telematics can account for each moment of GENSET production. At any site, if there’s no power, everything comes to a screeching halt.

The ZTR GENSET package has the ability to tap into J1939 and Modbus to gather and analyze crucial information. The ZTR i3™ Network brings businesses into the Internet of Things (IoT) by facilitating and monitoring those intricate equipment ‘conversations’. Utilization reporting, historical data, maintenance planning are all instantly available remotely by mobile app. As we move into the Internet of Things (IoT), ZTR is leading the charge, creating innovative and collaborative solutions for every Original Equipment Manufacturer and Equipment Management Professional. ZTR understands business needs and develops tailored technical solutions to improve efficiency.

About ZTR Control Systems
ZTR Control Systems is an award-winning and dominant player in intelligent industrial equipment management solutions. ZTR Connected Assets Division provides innovative industrial telematics for numerous industries, allowing companies to remotely monitor and manage both mobile and fixed assets from one central location. ZTR works with over 40 Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and the top rental houses in North America.

We make complex simple.

ZTR Control Systems
Shauna Rae, 519-452-1233 Ext. 365
Manager and Communications Specialist


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