The TracLink system includes many useful features that will make your job easier and more traceable. It is the perfect solution to keep an eye on your vehicle fleet. The included telematics system records the traffic lane and other vehicle data (eg. Winterservice, spreader and plow).
In addition, useful informations (mounting instructions, recommended PTO speed, recommended hydraulic capacity, control and so on) are displayed on the Lindner IBC monitor *. These are tapped directly from the vehicle and transmitted to the TracLink system. Your data is stored there securely and available to you in real time for analysis and evaluation purposes. You can get informations about the status of your vehicle via an alarm manager by e-mail or SMS. This creates trust from which you can benefit - in form of a guarantee extension at top conditions. Secure the all-round protection for your Lindner vehicle now. Therefore we have extended the warranty options once again: up to 6 years* (up to 4,000 operating hours) after first registration or commissioning.
* available on certain models (e.g., Unitrac 112 LDrive)
Easier processing of snow removal
During the winterseason we were bombarded every day by the worried citizens with several inquiries regarding snow clearing and salt spreading. The processing of these requests was actually no longer handleable. Every day we had to hold meetings with our drivers whether streets were cleared, scattered or both. At some point there were so many requests that we can handle only half of them. After switching to the TracLink system of Lindner the processing was very easy. If I get a call from a concerned citizen I enter the street name in the system and the system shows me what date and time the road was cleared or strewn. In addition, I can add a comment in the system, that this citizen has received the information which street has been cleared on this day. At the end of the week, the system will generate a report, which I add to our winter documentation. Since the system takes a lot of work from us, we have decided to equip our entire fleet with the system - also „Non-“ Lindner vehicles and are very satisfied with the results.Mr. Mayer head of construction yard
Winter service documentation is a breeze
With our vehicles, we look after a large company in winter as well as in summer. Of course, we have the obligation to perform the winter service properly. The documentation of the performed work of the approx. 20 parking spaces of the company is easy with the TracLink system. We use the system daily and have now equipped several vehicles from our fleet with the system. Last winter, the TracLink system saved us a lot of damage as a member of the company slipped on a parking lot and guilty parties were searched. We were able to prove through the TracLink system that we had always carried out the winter service properly.Mr. Moser fleet manager
Time savings becaus of good planning
We mainly use TracLink for planning and documentation of urban work. At the end oft he day I can look at the map for example and see which gully was cleaned, as the vehicle shows where the crane was put into operation. This allows me to plan the team's journey for the next day. In addition, I plan or document which road has already been processed with our embankment and which are still pending. We can now finally schedule service intervals for our implements. The system spares me a lot of time and it's amazing how well the system works.Mrs. Gangl head official
Reminder system for temperatures and levels
Since we use six attachments for our transporter, the system always helps me to use every one correctly. The system shows me how to control the devices and how to connect them to the vehicle. In addition, I have a scale on board with TracLink. We often carry material like wood chips, gravel and so on, and since TracLink I do not have to estimate the amount of charge and so I am immune to punishments. Moreover I use it as a reminder system. If the road temperature drops under 4 degrees, I automatically get an SMS (only during working hours) that I have to switch on the spreader. I only switch on the spreader when the system sends me this info. Furthermore I receive information by mail when the level of the AdBlue tank is low and when the next service is coming due. And thank goodness, I do not have to keep paper-based records any longer.Mr. Sepp Baumann corporation employee