In this episode, a key topic ofconversation revolved around how MachineMax has transitioned from obtaining useful data from diesel machines to electric machines and how Flannery and GGR have been instrumental in this process.
In this episode Chris Matthew gives insight into their adoption of electric telehandlers and how they have overcome the behavioural changes that were needed on-site to ensure their customers were getting the most out of the electric telehandler.
Daniel details the impact their electric telehandlers have had on the market and why having a fully connected worksite is essetial to their customers and the importance of their collaborative relationship with Flannery and MachineMax.
Throughout their discussion around the connected worksite, the topics of sustainability, fuel, productivity and efficiency are discussed with a key focus on how equipment management platforms can help solve the challenges these topics present.
Peter Haddock sits down with Dan Leaney, Director of Sales and Operations at X-Watch.
In this episode, Dan and Peter discuss; The safety capabilities of the X-Watch system, their integration with Leica GeoSystems, the connected live machine, and how safety and machine data go hand-in-hand whilst considering the overall impact on the operator.
Welcome to the first episode of The MachineMax Podcast, where we sit with industry experts in ConTech.
In this episode, we sit down with Kate Stephen - Head of Product & Design at MachineMax to gain a deeper understanding of what she and her team are doing to innovate within the ConTech industry, as well as discussing the evolving capability and perception of MachineMax.
Paul is joined by Shweta Saxena, CEO at MachineMax.
Shweta has a product-based background in the technology industry. In this episode, she talks about her fascinating story and vision, which now sees her solving problems in the construction industry based on the plant and machinery.
Electric machines are here but they’re not the panacea for all applications.
Hydrogen machines are exciting but they remain a long way off. So, if we’re to reduce our environmental impact while reducing costs, we need to figure out how to maximise the fuels we have today. And a data-driven company called MachineMax does just that.