When your company purchases a Tadano rough terrain crane, you also get access to HELLO-NET. It is a telematics system that supports crane management by providing details on operational status, position, and maintenance.
Download the new HELLO-NET brochure here.
Log in to HELLO-NET.
Advanced Customer Support with HELLO-NET
HELLO-NET telematics provides information on many aspects of your crane’s day-to-day operation.
1. Work History
The HELLO-NET Owner’s Site can display the day-to-day operational status, mileage and remaining fuel for each machine that is equipped with a communication terminal. In addition, you can view a list displaying the number of hours of operation and the mileage of all your machines for any specified month.
2. Machine Position Data
Using HELLO-NET Owner’s Site, you can check a machine’s latest position (up until
previous day) on a map. Two types of position data are transmitted
automatically from your machine once every day:
Work Site: The location where the machine’s PTO has been activated (for one hour or more).
Position at Day’s End: The final location from which GPS was able to receive data on a given day.
3. Maintenance Information
You can check the maintenance timetable of your machines for periodical replacement parts
and inspection schedule. HELLO-NET supports the maintenance of your machine.
Getting the Most from Telematics
The above illustration shows what the flow of information from the crane looks like. Like any software, HELLO-NET’s capabilities are at their most valuable when they are leveraged on a regular basis.
HELLO-NET is available to most crane owners in the US and Canada. For more on availability and restrictions, visit the TADANO Global website. If you have an existing HELLO-NET account, you can log in here.