With BOMAP Connect, it is no longer simply the compaction progress of a single machine that is recorded. BOMAP Connect offers the networked control and documentation of all machines and equipment involved in compaction across the entire construction site. This works regardless of the manufacturer, enabling machines of different makes to be integrated. This is how digitisation of the construction site works today.
Installation in the roller takes only seconds, even for mixed fleets. After activating an Android tablet or smartphone in any of the BOMAG asphalt rollers involved, the installed app connects to the machine interface and registers the machine parameters. All data relevant to compaction is automatically recorded. Third-party machines in the fleet also interconnect and can transmit their passes, helping to generate a pass map for the entire construction site.
The data from all rollers involved are combined in real time via a cloud application and displayed as a colour map in Google Maps in a matter of seconds. Coloured areas indicate the compaction results achieved by the entire fleet of machines. With this simple representation of the complex compaction process, drivers can see which areas have already been compacted, the degree of compaction, and their position on the track section.
BOMAP Connect also meets all the requirements for remote access via an Internet application, regardless of location. This allows the site manager, for example, to track all construction projects while on the move and even take corrective action. BOMAP Connect thus creates the perfect conditions for the parallel planning of different projects in BOMAP including construction site planning. With the help of 3D planning data and up-to-date information from online map services, it is possible to specify all relevant core parameters for the site and to plan the construction process in detail.
The final project assignment is subsequently transmitted to the tablets of the roller drivers, foreman and site manager at the push of a button. Changes in the construction process or fine adjustments to a project plan can also be transmitted to all participants - in real time at the push of a button. Once a project has been completed and evaluated, it can be conveniently archived.
The purpose of your asphalt rollers is to achieve optimum compaction results. This always requires several passes. But how many exactly? When has the perfect result been achieved? And does it play a significant role from a cost perspective?