Why invest in a connected digital platform?

Whether you're striving to be the leader in the tech and rail industry, or simply looking for data transparency, Wi-Tronix has the answer

 

 

 

In the field with Wi-Tronix customer Modesto & Empire Traction Co.

Venture out to Modesto, California with the Wi-Tronix team to speak with longtime customer Modesto & Empire Traction Company. During this video podcast, M&ET’s Vice President of Operations Jared Martin discusses the short line’s daily operations, the decision to implement a connected onboard platform throughout the fleet, the vast benefits of having real-time connectivity, and more.

Why have a connected fleet: a discussion with Wi-Tronix customer OmniTRAX

Chad Jasmin and the Wi-Tronix team sit down with OmniTRAX’s VP of Operations and Special Projects, Scott Remington, to talk about the benefits of a modernized fleet. Listen in for more information about what drove OmniTRAX to consider investing in a digital platform, benefits of having a digital solution in the industry, and how day-to-day operations improved after implementing Wi-Tronix.

A cloud-connected IoT platform with diverse solutions for rail

Wi-Tronix provides real-time data for today, and historical data for tomorrow. Automatic and manual uploads of FRA-required signals and DVR video files streamline data collection. For incident investigations, remote ER/DVR uploads facilitate quick access to crucial footage.

Wi-Tronix offers “one-click” emissions reporting, making compliance to EPA and CARB regulations easy. Additionally, the Wi-Tronix fuel management system monitors on-hand inventory, fuel consumption by train, vendor reconciliation, identification of fuel theft, and more.

Constantly staying one step ahead and having a team dedicated to staying educated on all current and upcoming regulations, Wi-Tronix is committed to ensuring our customers meet any regulation.

The Wi-Tronix Maintenance package is designed to supply chain disruptions and improve locomotive availability with health monitoring. Early detection of equipment mishandling extends locomotive lifecycle through reporting faults such as traction motor overload, ground relay, water level, oil level, and more.