Doosan Infracore announced on May 24 that its own IoT solution DoosanCONNECT™ had been selected as the ‘Innovation of the Year’ by BuiltWorlds, a professional North American infrastructure and construction community.
DoosanCONNECT™ remotely monitors the locations, operations and major parts of the company’s construction machinery, such as excavators, wheel loaders and articulated dump trucks. An IoT system based on cutting-edge information and communications technology, DoosanCONNECT™ is currently applied to more than 65,000 Doosan Infracore construction machines operating across the globe, boosting operational efficiency and user convenience.
BuiltWorlds is a professional community devoted to introducing the most advanced innovative technologies and promoting exchange between industry leaders and startup companies in the infrastructure and construction industry. BuiltWorlds’ panel of expert judges has selected DoosanCONNECT™ as an excellent solution in the category of ‘Equipment Tracking & Fleet Management.’ DoosanCONNECT™ highly scored in the evaluation for ‘creating new values by maximizing productivity through the remote control of construction machinery.’
Having introduced its telematics service in 2005, Doosan Infracore launched DoosanCONNECT™ which features greatly improved its functions and user convenience in 2017. Currently, the solution is being offered to the entire world including China, Europe, North America and emerging markets. DoosanCONNECT™ won the grand prize at the IoT Innovation Awards hosted by KIPFA (Korea Internet Professional Association) for its technological excellence in 2018.
“We are extremely pleased that DoosanCONNECT™ has been recognized as an outstanding solution by BuiltWorlds, one of the most important communities in the global construction machinery market in terms of the exchange of information on cutting-edge technologies,” declared an official of Doosan Infracore. “We will continue to lead the way toward digital innovation in the construction machinery industry by actively attempting to incorporate state-of-the-art digital technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence into our machinery.”