Netstar Construction & Civil Industry Solution Introduction

by | May 8, 2020 | News Posts

These are challenging times as we face a new environment due to the devastating effect of the COVID-19 Virus outbreak, especially in Construction & Civil Industry. On the positive side, unlike many countries, Australia is keeping its construction industry open, framing it as vital to our economy and a national economic priority.

Construction continues to be classified as an essential service by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who considers the sector vital to the economy and jobs. That means sites stay open and work can continue with certain restrictions in place.

Working on site has changed with social distancing being practiced on construction sites, whether residential or commercial. And large construction projects in Sydney such as The Ribbon in Darling Harbour and Melbourne are still proceeding.

Netstar Australia can help you with these new demands and challenges. Our Tailored Construction & Civil Industry Solution helps manage your equipment such as mobile cranes, earth moving equipment as well as heavy trucks and service vehicles.

What is the Tailored Construction & Civil Industry Solution?

The Netstar Construction & Civil Industry Solution helps you manage a variety of equipment, assets and vehicles. These assets are expensive and vulnerable to theft and unauthorised use. GPS Tracking ensures better and effective monitoring of fleet assets from vehicle and equipment recovery to optimised fuel use, exception alerts, maintenance scheduling and green fleet optimization.

What is included in the Tailored Construction & Civil Solution?

  • Complete visibility of your asset location
  • Real time operation statistics such as engine hours and odometer readings
  • Report on asset utilisation
  • Scheduled service alerts based on engine hours, time or distance travelled
  • Security alerts in the event plant or equipment is moved or used
  • Improved security and protection for drivers and vehicles
  • Monitor maintenance requirements of expensive equipment

What are the benefits of the Tailored Construction & Civil Solution?

  • Reduce fuel costs
  • Improve productivity and profitability
  • Accurate billing and easier contract bidding

Want to find out more if this is the right solution for you?

Our friendly Netstar Team is hosting a LIVE online webinar that will help you gain new insights into this technology and where you can engage by asking us any questions, queries or concerns you may have.

To register for this online event just follow the link below:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7409474026365441547

Netstar Australia prides itself on being a reliable telematics provider with over 20 years’ experience offering solutions for consumers and industries Australia wide. With two established products, Ezy2C and Pinpoint Communications, customers can enjoy peace of mind knowing they are getting accurate and reliable telematics data, helping to efficiently manage fleets and assets.

If you want more information, our friendly staff are always happy to answer any questions you may have, you can call us on 1300 728 882 or email us at sales@netstaraus.com.au

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