Great advice on the spot
At Westerleigh Estates, concrete contractor Talley & Armstrong Inc., one of the first companies in North America to upgrade to Wirtgen’s new 3D system for stringline-free concrete paving, relied on the support of the application specialist: “I’ve already worked with the predecessor of AutoPilot 2.0, and the current version is even more user-friendly. But it also offers some really great features I’m not yet familiar with,” explains Clay Armstrong from Talley & Armstrong.
These include, for example, how to correct unwanted kinks in an imported digital data model in order to achieve the best paving quality. On the project site, good advice is always welcome. “That’s exactly what my colleagues and I are here for. To provide immediate assistance in the event of questions or problems,” says Fritz. Then he turns back to Clay Armstrong and shows him how to iron out the kinks on the touch screen with the aid of a few simple steps with graphic editors. The Vice President at Talley & Armstrong, who operates his SP 15i slipform paver himself, is delighted: “The advice provided by the Wirtgen Group’s experts is extremely valuable to me because it gives me the certainty I need for the realization of my projects.”