Concrete Products

MAY 2017

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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Page 46 of 67 May 2017 • 45 FEATURE TRUCKS & COMPONENTS Developed with commercial fleets in mind, SecuraMax software helps users upload, manage, protect, and share video files. The software simpli- fies video management by allowing files to be automatically and securely uploaded through Wi-Fi to the cloud when a vehicle pulls within range of a configured network. SecuraMax automatically categorizes event video based on customiz- able recording triggers, such as PTO activation or erratic driving, to make locating video files even easier. With the ability to customize video reten- tion periods based on category, SecuraMax allows event video to be stored as long as necessary to reduce liability. Non-event video is automatically deleted when its custom retention period expires, further simplifying the management process and freeing up valuable storage space. With the advanced file sharing options in SecuraMax, users can securely share files to anyone with an email address. File integrity, notes the company, is maintained through autonomous audit trails and usage reports that cannot be altered by users or administrators. — Pro-Vision Video Systems, Byron Center, Mich., 800/ 576-1126; PRO-VISION | SECURAMAX VIDEO MANAGEMENT The new Mack Body Builder Portal gives cus- tomers, mixer and dump body builders, plus dealers the tools to ensure a quick and effi- cient body upfit process. "[Our] reputation for application excel- lence is built on delivering trucks that meet our customers' specific needs, which in many cases includes body modifications from body equipment manufacturers," says Mack Trucks North America Senior Vice President of Sales Jonathan Randall. "With the new Body Builder Portal, we're making it even easier for customers and body builders to easily access the information they need to best modify their vehicles." Resources available through the portal include wiring schematics and links to indus- try associations like the American Concrete Pumping Association, as well as contact information for Mack's Body Builder Support Team and exclusive concrete pumper support line. Also included are revised body builder manuals for all Mack models, which have been updated with simpler navigation. The Body Builder Portal is the latest in a series of innovations to broaden Mack's customers and body builders. In 2015, the manufacturer created the Body Builder Sup- port Team, including a body builder order manager position focused on ensuring effec- tive collaboration among body builders, dealers and customers during the ordering process. The Body Builder Support Group is located within the Mack Uptime Center in Greensboro, N.C., near the company's world headquarters. "Our Body Builder Support Group helps connect customers and body builders to MACK TRUCKS | BODY BUILDER PORTAL The new portal brings all of Mack's body builder resources together in one easily accessible online location. our product experts for any questions that might come up during the upfit process," notes Mack Construction Product Manager Tim Wrinkle. "This cooperation allows us to address customer inquiries before, during and after a vehicle is put into service." From a chassis perspective, he adds, Mack provides customers a wide range of components and packaging options to select the ideal truck configuration for their specific body and application. Access to elec- trical signals and connections are provided via conveniently located terminal points. — Mack Trucks, Greensboro, N.C.; www. body-builders

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