The AGG1 / World of Asphalt conference set record attendance this year and Stockpile Reports took had a front row seat to gauge the pulse of the bulk materials industries. Read on to find out what top three trends emerged from the show. Also, learn how Stockpockpile Reports is revolutionizing bulk material logistics and how we are solving client’s inventory problems…
Companies ordering, selling, or transporting bulk materials poised to save millions of dollars through optimized logistics.
Stockpile Reports® for Logistics adds near real time continuous inventory levels to existing logistics software solutions to give companies a giant boost to the return on investment for their enterprise logistics plans. Various low cost fixed camera systems can be mounted in warehouses, shipping terminals, and storage yards to automatically calculate inventory levels, replacing the need for manual entry by humans. These fixed camera measurements can be scheduled to run at given times throughout the day, set to run on a recurring frequency interval, or automatically triggered after motion occurs. The Stockpile Reports® Logistics system sends alerts and notifications, triggering re-orders and providing inventory levels data needed to better organize delivery.
While Carlos won’t be working directly with customers on a day-to-day basis, the value his 3D and leadership experience brings will help shape the future of Stockpile Reports® for years to come.
Stockpile Reports® is excited to introduce Carlos Velazquez, who will be responsible for business development and partnership management as well as the aerial component of the business. Commonly referred to as a “land surveyor on steroids,” the inherent and deep knowledge and experience that Carlos brings to our team are second to none. Let us tell you more about Carlos.
Winter time in the northern hemisphere always means less construction and paving activity, however, keeping an ongoing stockpile inventory is still crucial. Our clients often ask whether it is too cold, snowy, etc. to measure their inventory with our iPhone app or a drone. Read on for all the answers to your winter related stockpile measurement and management questions…
Drones are more affordable than ever. Drones costing $30,000 or more just 3 years ago are now available for $1,500. What does it really cost to fly a drone or start an in-house drone program? Wouldn’t it be great to know what you don’t know before you make the decision? Continue reading to gain valuable insight into the pros and cons of flying a drone.
We all know change is hard. Thankfully, our new PDF reports will feel familiar to you. We updated our classic printable measurement reports to include all of the information provided on the web-based measurements reports.
In 2018, by using Stockpile Reports, as an industry you have saved 224,000 man hours worth $11.2 million dollars. We are seeing a growing number of you going all in using Stockpile Report across your whole company. Find out how you measured inventory at a greater frequency, with more efficiency, and was ultimately able to spend more time on what higher value activities.
Let’s look at what we accomplished together in 2018
Apple just released their new flagship iPhone XS and XS Max on September 21st. The phone looks nearly identical to last year’s iPhone X, however, under the
Updated November 26th, 2018
The long awaited update to DJI’s popular Mavic series drones have finally arrived. On August 23rd, DJI announced two new version of the Mavic: the Mavic 2 Pro and the Mavic 2 Zoom. DJI managed to make large improvements with the camera, battery life, and obstacle sensing capabilities. Within days, our clients were calling and emailing us asking if we were going to support the new drones. We got our hands on the Mavic 2 Pro and put it through our extensive tests. Before you read on, we believe the Mavic 2 Pro is a great drone but has one big deal breaker that prevents us from supporting the drone for the time being. Continue on to find out more about…
Some have a hard time believing that walking around a pile with an iPhone or flying a drone capturing pictures could possibly results in reliable information about the volume of a pile without touching it.
Stockpile Reports ACCURATELY calculates volume.
What you really want to know is, “is my inventory right?” Measurements rely on consistency, density, pile management, site condition, but system accuracy is usually the smallest variable in your assessment of accuracy. So we’d like to broaden the discussion to include considerations affecting repeat-ability, consistency (getting the same measurement each time).
You probably know what it’s like to rely on different people to mark piles and get different measurements each time, so let’s review why, with our system, you WILL know your numbers when it comes to volume.
How do I know the measurement is true?
Simple geometric equations on a broad scale result in high confidence. Continue reading “It’s Easy, But Is It Accurate?”