CRS Preview Construction Vehicles
CRS Preview: Construction Vehicles
Sustainable work and CO2 reduction are highly topical themes in the construction sector. Contributing to lower emissions is an important goal, whereby emissions should preferably be reduced to zero by 2030 and building sites should be completely emission-free. The recent increase in the use of zero-emission equipment by construction companies working towards a clean and sustainable fleet is already a big step in this direction. These include electrically powered excavators or hydrogen powered cranes that do not emit nitrogen.
For Moditech, this development is reason to add a new category to the Crash Recovery System; Construction Vehicles. Behind the scenes, we are working hard on several alternative-powered construction vehicles that will be added to this category in the coming months through the monthly Database Update.
Doosan DX165W electric
This multi-purpose wheeled electric excavator will be the first construction vehicle to be incorporated into the CRS. The ECE (Electric Construction Equipment) converted Doosan can work a full day on a single charge of the Smart Energy Pack, regardless of weather conditions. This replaceable battery can also be used as a fully self-sufficient point for supplying construction power. The expectation is that vehicles from other suppliers such as Liebherr will also be added to the CRS soon.
Information for first responders
In addition to manual and licence plate selection, the Doosan DX165W electric will also be retrievable by scanning a QR code, a very fast and effective way for first responders to obtain crucial vehicle information. Since the Doosan is an electrically powered vehicle, the deactivation procedure offered by the CRS is an important component. Components such as the emergency release switch and high voltage cables are shown in the interactive drawing of the vehicle.
Are there any alternative-drive construction vehicles in your area that could be included in the Crash Recovery System? Suggestions are always welcome and can be sent to email@example.com
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