A1A Software LLC, will demonstrate new features of its lift planning and fleet management tools, including integrations between the programs, at CONEXPO-CON/AGG, March 10-14, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV.
“3D Lift Plan is so much more than a lift planning tool,” said Tawnia Weiss, president of A1A Software. “Connectivity between it and iCraneTrax gives crane owners, fleet managers, and safety departments greater control over job site intelligence,” she said.
Integration allows users of both products to save 3D Lift Plans to iCraneTrax job records, check the availability of a crane to be scheduled before selecting it for lift plan creation. “When used together, crane owners can improve fleet allocation and manage documentation for a customer and job in one place,” she said. Key features include the ability to:
• Attach 3D Lift Plan to a job record in iCraneTrax.
• Run a crane search in iCraneTrax fleet records, checking for availability against scheduled maintenance or other project allocation.
• Save 3D Lift Plans with job data.
• Manage documentation.
Both products are now more accessible on the go. In 2019, A1A Software introduced five web tools for 3D Lift Plan. These tools enable users to input or gather lifting planning information without creating a full lift plan, but which can be saved for later use. The web tools, accessible on a tablet or computer, are Sketch Pad, Crane Comparison, Load Chart Viewer, Crane Loads Calculator, and Mat Calculator.
Likewise, prior to the show, A1A Software will release the iTeleTrax app for iCraneTrax users. This app delivers access to six different information pages right from an Apple or Android mobile device, making it easier for operators, technicians or fleet managers to access critical information while on the go or at the job site. The iTeleTrax app includes a fleet map overview of key service items, engine hour and maintenance notifications, DMI engine codes, fleet position for location tracking, and a summary page.
See these lift planning, risk management, and fleet management tools in action at Festival Booth 7804.