Komatsu to debut latest Smart Construction at ConExpo 2020

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Updated Mar 3, 2020
D155AX-8 LGP with towing winch, introduced in August.D155AX-8 LGP with towing winch, introduced in August.

Located in the North Hall booth N10825,  Komatsu America will demonstrate the solutions connections it has with its dealers and customers, and how those solutions leverage digitalization to control costs and timelines at ConExpo 2020. Included in this display will be the introduction of the latest version of Smart Construction, the  company’s suite of digital jobsite services and consultation.

The goal of the service is to digitize the jobsite and provide customers with technical support and whatever else they need using drones and 3D modeling, and integrating it all into Komatsu’s intelligent Machine Control offerings.

You can read our in-depth, two-part series on Smart Construction by clicking these links: Part 1 – Part 2.

Other solutions explored at Komatsu’s ConExpo 2020 booth will include MyKomatsu and offerings from the company’s Business Solutions Group, Komatsu Financial, remarketing and training.

New and current machines on display include the D51i-24, D61i-24, D155AX-8 LGP dozers; PC238USLC-11, PC210LCi-11, PC290LCi-11, PC360LCi-121, PC490LCi-11, PC1250-11 excavators; HM400-5, HD605-8 trucks; WA320-8, WA480-8, WA500-8 wheel loaders and GD655-7 motor grader.

In addition, Komatsu will be leading two educational seminars. The first is on Equipment Operator Best Practices for quarry managers and site foreman to give them a better understanding of how to maximize machine operation efficiencies.  The seminar will take place on Wednesday, March 11, from 1-2:30 p.m. at the Westgate Pavilion.

Komatsu will also host a seminar on Autonomous Haulage: Lessons Learned from Surface Mining, which will delve into current best practices for successful implementation of autonomous haulage technologies in varied applications. The session is also at the Westgate, Pavilion 10, and takes place on March 13, 9:30-10 a.m.