3D-MC MAX Is the Next Generation of GPS Guided Machine Control



3D-MCMAX Is the Next Generation of GPS Guided Machine Control

DALLAS, TX – April 1, 2016 – GeoShack North America, Inc., the leading distributor of Topcon products in North America, is proud to announce the release of Topcon’s new 3D dozer machine control system – 3D-MCMAX.

3D-MCMAX provides high-accuracy elevation, slope, and blade rotation resulting in maximum speed, maximum control and maximum grading performance.  With its dual IMUs (Inertial Measurement Unit) and mast less blade, the 3D-MCMAX increases on-grade performance maximizing both speed and grade performance.

With 3D-MCMAX, operators increase performance in rough or fine grade applications, slope conditions, and in restricted sight environments without the visual obstruction of masts or risks of hanging cables.  “Technology is clearly driving the evolution of the construction world and the 3D-MCMAX system provides superior dozer grading solutions redefining the concept of machine control,” said Mr. Scott Beathard, President of GeoShack.  “In addition, 3D-MCMAX removed the antenna, cables, and mast, so there is no downtime installing and removing each daily.  The Operator just gets on the machine and gets to work.”

“GeoShack is committed to providing its customers with cutting edge technology and the most efficient products on the market,” continued, Mr. Beathard.  “We are pleased to provide our customers with the new Topcon 3D-MCMAX systems, the most advanced GPS guided machine control system in the industry.   Our knowledge of Topcon products, dedicated sales teams and service technicians as well as training programs establish GeoShack as a leader in this industry. ”

3D-MCMAX provides high-accuracy elevation, slope and blade rotation sensing in an integrated configuration resulting in maximum speed, maximum control and maximum grading performance. The dual IMU sensors and new, unique algorithms deliver an integrated solution that locates the sensitive GNSS technology safely inside the cab instead of out on the harsh environment of the blade.