As a mobile OEM, you may have the need to upgrade the control system on your mobile machine. Perhaps you are being forced to move to an electronic Tier IV engine, or you need to be able to monitor how the machine is being operated to reduce warranty claims, or you need to refresh your operator interface because of competitive pressures. Whatever the reason, consider Cross Company and our Mobile Systems Integration Group for your controls integration partner.
Here at Cross Mobile Systems Integration, we have applied electronic CANBus based mobile rated control products since 2004. We take a whole system approach in analyzing what product or products would offer you the best solution. Our goal is to give you a solution that is dependable, easy to operate, and is easy to troubleshoot. Our control engineers are experienced in programming multiple control platforms and in multiple application languages, integrating CANBus communications including J1939 CAN communications with electronic engines, developing custom HMI operator screens, and integrating Cross IoT for remote monitoring and data collection.
Electronic Control System Prototyping
With any electronic control system we develop, prototyping is a key part of the process; taking a concept and moving it to production. Our Mobile Technology Center in Greensboro, NC allows us to receive your machine, develop an electronic control system, and fully test it before returning it to your team for field testing. Learn more about our Mobile Technology Center and take a look at other mobile systems integration services we offer.
If you are interested in learning more about Cross Mobile Systems Integration, and would like to discuss your specific mobile vehicle system needs, contact a team member today!
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Case Study: Old Dominion Brush
Cross Mobile Systems Integration Helps Old Dominion Brush Improve Serviceability and Reduce Cost. See how our expertise in hydraulic systems, controls, and hose kitting made it happen.