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We have a history of rapid tech adoption where it counts, leading operators to become more efficient and productive onsite.
Ever since 1999, JK Williams has made ample use of GPS tracking technology in our civil construction projects, allowing us to achieve better quality results with our entire fleet of vehicles and machinery. This technology makes optimizing key aspects of every project possible. These include:
JK Williams received the very first caterpillar Ejector dump trucks to reach Australian shores in the year 2000. These incredible machines pose significant advantages when used under the right conditions. For instance, they pose much less of a risk of tipping or touching overhead obstacles while dumping material. Caterpillar Ejector trucks are also highly efficient, requiring no slow down to dump and return.
JK Williams was the first company in all of Australia to fit a GOMACO Commander III paving machine with Topcon mmGPS technology. This special upgrade allows for high precision and optimal grading accuracy with the addition of laser guidance. Technicians can take advantage of an integrated system capable of supporting additional machines without a loss in efficiency.
Our team was also quick to adopt 3D controls on our equipment in 2012. We set up our Gomaco paver with 3D controls for more finely tuned operations. These controls make it possible for variable depth and slope paving even when faced with complex designs. For projects that demand precision and fine finishes, the addition of 3D controls is essential.
Our entire fleet was brought up to date in 2014 with top tier 627K scrapers. These highly efficient scrapers boast two-part fuel economy modes for less fuel usage at lower RPMs. On top of this, they also come complete with built-in safety features such as engine over speed protection and bowl side overflow guards to keep them fully functional for longer periods of time between scheduled maintenance. Enhanced steering systems lower total operator fatigue behind the wheel, while an advanced cushion hitch dampens end stroke events with predictive measures.
In 2015, we would again bring our fleet up to date with 3D controls and remote survey monitoring technology. This helped spread the benefits we saw with our 3D-controlled pavers to all of our other moving equipment as well.
Rollover poses a serious risk to operators around the world, especially when heavy vehicle loads are involved. Apart from remaining attentive to vehicle and road conditions, technological safeguards are best for reducing the danger rollovers represent. Our machines make use of industry vetted technology to prevent these kinds of catastrophes from occurring in the first place.
As 2016 rolled in, our truck fleet was outfitted with a multitude of safety-enhancing features, including anti-rollover technology, anti-lan departure upgrades and anti tailgate improvements as well.