Cat Connect: Remote Asset Monitoring
Your ability to monitor operations remotely becomes critical to becoming more efficient and working smarter. Cat Connect helps you monitor, manage, and enhance your operations, giving you more control over your sites.
Cat Connect gives you the customized data you need to identify and resolve problems quickly – often before they result in costly repairs and unscheduled downtime. Choose the Cat Connect features that best fit your goals. Whether you aim to improve efficiency, reduce risk, cut costs, or boost your bottom line, the data is at your fingertips through any cellular or local network connection.
One frequently asked question we receive is if Cat Connect will work on other manufacturers' equipment. The answer is yes. Regardless of make or model, Cat Connect allows all equipment in your fleet to be monitored in one secure web-based application.
Turn Your Challenges Into Opportunities
Cat Connect can give you the information you need. Using data from your assets and easy-to-use analysis tools from your Cat dealer, you can make well-informed and timely business decisions that can help you control costs, improve performance, and reduce risk.
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Effectively managing your equipment is one way to lessen the impact of some of those day-to-day risks.
5 Ways You Can Mitigate Risk with Cat Connect
- 1. Limited Resources
By understanding which equipment needs attention, you can better use the right resources, at the right time and with the right capabilities, to keep focus on the priorities.
- 2. Unscheduled Downtime
Keeping up with preventive maintenance is the single best way to avoid major equipment failures. Also, take full advantage of electronic alerts and equipment data event logs to help spot small problems before they can cause larger issues.
- 3. Limited Cash Flow
Unplanned repairs or early equipment replacements cripple your cash flow. Good equipment management helps you maximize uptime and extend the life of your equipment.
- 4. Failure to Start
Equipment alerts can provide peace of mind knowing that simple problems won’t prevent your generator set from starting and picking up rated load when you need it.
- 5. Protect Your Most Valuable Assets
Quick response times by operators can prevent major failures and reduce the risk to your business and your most valuable assets – your people.