Sysdyne’s CloudBatch Featured in Concrete Products Magazine
Our latest tool for ready mixed concrete producers, Sysdyne CloudBatch, is the first cloud-native concrete batch control system. Unveiled at World of Concrete 2021 as an alternative to traditional, local computer-hosted solutions, the platform brings batch software online and makes loading, weighing and mixer truck charging sequences visible to individual or multiple users.
By logging onto the ConcreteGO Cloud dispatch portal through mobile or desktop devices, plant or quality control managers, executives, and IT support staff can use Sysdyne Cloud to access batch plant controls anywhere at any time to monitor batch cycles; make mix design changes as needed; and, address individual truck loading issues without interfering in the actual production queue. The technology helps speed up the batch process and reduce costs by tightly controlling the material usage.
CloudBatch fundamentally changes the perception of batch integration. Rather than following the antiquated Universal Link protocol, they add, batch controls can integrate with dispatch or enterprise software using Open Application Programming Interface. Open API eliminates traditional data exchange protocol limitations and allows users to gain more insights into their operations. The shared ConcreteGO.com and Sysdyne Cloud database enables ready mixed concrete producers to manage mixes, materials, customers, projects, orders, and tickets in a single place without downloading or uploading data. Inventory can be accurately tracked in real-time.
“Cloud-native products focus on operational reinvention by optimizing end-to-end process performance and improving efficiency,” says Jill Zhang, President of Sysdyne. “The single data platform of concrete batch, dispatch, GPS, and delivery management sets the foundation for real-time data analysis and prediction. Together it enables a fundamental shift in how a concrete producer operates so that it can be well-positioned for profitable growth in a highly competitive industry.” — Sysdyne Technologies, Stamford, Conn.