The key functionality changes to Trakka® 3.4 allow the user to more easily disseminate the information specifically pertinent to their area of interest or responsibility and also allow actions to be tracked in greater detail.

There are also several enhancements which will allow the user to integrate Trakka® with existing CMMS / ERP systems. Trakka® 3.4 can assist the planning department as a second check to ensure service intervals are not being missed.

First released in 2005, Trakka® is designed to allow seamless, electronic data flow from any oil analysis lab into the database for rapid turnaround time. Tailored, site specific alarm settings can be implemented for the entire enterprise, enabling spotting of trends and lubrication issues fleet-wide. Trakka® also stores the user’s unique set of procedures that guide the detailed, corrective actions after they have been identified.

Trakka® is currently used by eight of the largest mining companies in the world, with additional applications that have proven successful in wind turbine, rail, fixed plant and pipeline industries.

Colin Donnelly, Dingo’s Director of Engineering, said of this recent software release, “Release 3.4 enables Trakka® users to focus on specific equipment they are responsible for or choose a higher level view, to see the condition of all assets within the organization. This makes it a powerful tool for a shop floor mechanic or the COO.”

About Dingo:

Founded in 1991, Dingo (http://www.dingo.com) is the world leader in offering solutions to heavy asset-intensive operations that maximize production, significantly reduce maintenance costs, avoid catastrophic in-service failures and keep assets available. Headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, Dingo has offices in the U.S. and Canada. Trakka® and Condition Intelligence® are trademarks of Dingo.

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