Rammer intelligent breaking supported by SAM

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Rammer, the leading supplier of smart rockbreaker technology, was the first on the market to add remote monitoring system, RD3 for hydraulic rockbreakers and has recently enhanced access to data by introducing SAM.

SAM is a digital assistant designed specifically for staff responsible for running daily operations. While Rammer’s remote monitoring device RD3 gathers data, SAM makes the data easily accessible – anywhere, any time.

The new SAM system helps to optimise the operations and improve performance as it brings together people, activities and data in an easy-to-use seamless collaborative tool that will power tomorrow’s data-driven operations.

SAM will be available for iOS, Android and as a desktop version so customers can check their rockbreaker data when it suits them.

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SAM brings many benefits

With SAM data customers can ensure maintenance is done in time and spare parts are available.

SAM will send automatic email notifications when rockbreaker service interval is getting closer, so customers manage service periods and minimise machinery downtime by scheduling maintenance during times of least impact on production.

With downtime planned at optimal times based on the data of rockbreaker usage, maintenance programs can be streamlined to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

With SAM, customers can view service history records of their rockbreaker in one click and confirm they are up to date to ensure continued secure and reliable breaking operations and long working life for their rockbreaker.

How to register to SAM

Registering to SAM has been made easy as all existing MyFleet users will be automatically copied to SAM and invitation email from SAM sent to access the system.

New Rammer customers will receive an invitation email from their Rammer dealer to be a part of SAM.

For more information, contact Rammer dealer in Australia:

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