CASE Construction Equipment made a big impression at the BAUMA 2016 exhibition.
Attracting a high number of visitors from around the world throughout the week, the Case stand featured new products such as the Case CX290D material handler, digital technology and more.
Bauma 2016 is a success for CASE
The layout of the stand reflected the brand’s focus on the customers, making it easy for visitors to find the offer for their business in the display organised by sector: Urban Construction, Infrastructure, Quarrying and Recycling.
CASE machines and Iveco vehicles where shown together to highlight how the two lines provide a complete solution for construction businesses.
On a 3,216 square metre stand, CASE unveiled new D Series crawler excavator models, the 580ST backhoe loader featuring the new backhoe boom and loader arm, new features for the CASE SiteWatchTM and CASE SiteControlTM systems and new plug-and-play attachments optimized for its compact wheel loaders.
An excavator simulator provided visitors the opportunity to experience what it is like to operate a CASE machine. This proved to be a big attraction, with many hundreds of people proving themselves in a driving simulator contest that challenged participants to uncover the CASE logo against the clock, rewarding every day’s fastest operator.
CASE graders win Excellence Award
The CASE 856C grader won the Diesel Progress Excellence in Equipment Engineering Award in the Graders category. The award, which is organised by Diesel Progress magazine and ZF, recognises the achievements in engineering and design of engine-powered machinery.
New technologies deliver increased efficiencies.
Enhancing its digital technology the company introduced additional features to the CASE SiteControl range with the new RTK+ correction signal delivered via GSM.
Many hundreds of visitors showed their skill in the Case excavator simulator at Bauma 2016
This service is delivered by a high-density RTK network of over 500 base stations owned by CNH Industrial. This enables the customer to work almost anywhere without the need for a fixed base station for the RTK correction signals.
This is the biggest network in the market, and it uses the very latest technology with consequent unique benefits.
The server calculates a specific set of correction data for the location of the machine at the time, guaranteeing full accuracy independently of its distance from the base station. The correction is delivered through multiple formats to ensure the best compatibility with any type of equipment such as dozers, graders and excavators from many brands.
CASE also unveiled the upgraded user interface of its SiteWatch telematics portal. This has been redesigned using the latest web development technologies to improve navigation and to add a new maintenance forecasting functionality and other features facilitating fleet management.