MOBA has developed advanced machine automation technology options
MOBA says its new machine automation technologies offer increased operating efficiency
According to MOBA, its latest range of measuring and control systems suit duties with a wide array of mobile machines. The new range can be used to control quality during asphalt paving, can work on excavators and provide 3D levelling system for graders and dozers.
The firm also has various single components for use on different machines. With the latest PAVE-IR Scan system, MOBA is offering temperature scanning and a new way of monitoring and documenting the heat gradient of the mat during asphalt paving. This allows contractors to optimise processes and verify the quality of paving work. The temperature scanner determines the heat of the mat across an 8m width. The temperature profile is displayed in real-time on the display and the operator can take action if irregularities occur, with the information being saved for documentation.
The MCA-2000 roller system is designed for use on compaction machines and can optimise operations. The system uses GPS data to record the number of roller passes during a project. It can also measure asphalt temperature and is said to provide an overview of compaction and allow for more homogeneous finishing of the surfaces. Data can be transferred using a USB stick or directly to a web server.
The Xsite line provides excavator systems for a wide range of duties, starting with the basic Xsite EASY system for 2D functionalities. Xsite LINK offers basic 3D functionalities and for complex requirements, while the sophisticated Xsite PRO has a wide range of 3D tools for use on large-scale projects. The units are modular and can be upgraded if required while the firm offers remote servicing of the units. With the sophisticated 3D-matic, MOBA offers a versatile 3D levelling system that increases efficiency of operation for graders and bulldozers. This compact units can be used in 3D as well as 2D mode and is said to be easy to use and install.
The company has also developed a new package for use with access platforms, which is programmable and allows components to be individually controlled with CAN technology.