Not since the invention of the hydraulic tipper in 1922 has there been such a revolutionary product for the tipper industry.
The Brisbane Truck Show in May this year will see the launch of TipTraxx, a web based, real-time, paperless, docket system specifically designed for the tip truck industry.
It incorporates cloud based technology and a mobile device to record tip truck loads as they happen and be monitored live from phones, tablets or computers – anywhere in the world, at any time.
It’s not just a phone app but a complete docket recording management system that eliminates the need for hand written dockets.
TipTraxx is an Australian owned business, developed and founded by two industry professionals.
The founders have 40 experience across civil, mining, tip trucks, leading-edge technology and analytics solutions.
‘We’ve both worked in the industry and after speaking with countless drivers, and truck owners, we noticed dockets seemed to be a constant frustration’ said Fazal Deen, TipTraxx co-founder.
‘We saw an opportunity to draw on the tech already so available to digitise and simplify the process.’ When the hydraulic tipper was introduced by Gar Wood in 1922, loads were recorded using pen and paper, a tradition which continues to this day.
Some large corporations have developed inhouse systems to record loads electronically, but they’ve relied on big budgets and dedicated tech teams.
TipTraxx gives small businesses the same competitive advantage as the large corporations without the need for IT staff and without the big budgets.
All they need is access to a computer and mobile device (phone or tablet). ‘We wanted to create a solution that was accessible to everyone.
Something simple that could transform the industry,’ said Deen.
It also has functionality to help on projects. Project Managers, Project Engineers and Site Supervisors can monitor trucks engaged on the project and the materials they’re carting with the ability to generate regular project reports.
Visit the TipTraxx team at stand 243 at the Brisbane Truck Show at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from the 16th to the 19th of May to learn how they can enhance any tipper operations.