PC AND SOFTWARE
PC software is updated regularly and new features are added.
Connectors are secured into the frame.
Pazerglass prevents scratches.
PC is powered by Windows 10 and is tailor made for the construction industry.
More important features will be added over time:
A dredging program ensures underwater work using the wired sensors.
A weight measurement system calculates mass in the bucket at a given time.
DigPilot is a mobile system:
The PC is mounted on a rotating arm and is easily moved to the next machine. A powerful pinch screws it in place within seconds.
Create your own projects
One of the many unique and innovative aspects of DigPilot is that you can create your own projects using only the DigPilot PC and the excavator.
Trench, wall, profile or a flatland and many more types of projects are easily specified according to your requirements by following the simple instructions that appear on the screen.
This can be done in both 2D and 3D.
The advantage of the 3D version is that you can use the GPS to indicate exactly where in the world the project is using coordinates, so you do not have to reference the height every time you move the machine.
You can also make more complicated projects such as building pits.
This means that you do not need to send project files in order to benefit from the DigPilot GNSS. Set out your own coordinates with the bucket and DigPilot draws the outer edges and the floor.
Creating your own projects directly in DigPilot 3D maximizes the yield of your rover even when you do not have project files available.
Create your own projects from A to B. Examples of projects:
Plane, Single/double slope, Trench ,building pit, Profile
... or set out an infinite number of points with the bucket make the DigPilot draw lines between them.
Full 3D view
DigPilot 3D mounted on the machine gives you full control over your work.
Easily switch between the different layers of the project.
View the project from several different angles and distances.
Add a background map to get more lines.
Switch between seeing the machine and the project
in a 3D perspective, vertical from above ar in profile.