Beacon enabled monitors and sensors help all systems communicate and share data about the work site. Either to crew on site or managers in the field elsewhere.
Amazon Alexa Enabled
Voice enabling the home to all projects. 24 hours 7 days a week.
“Alexa, what is the status of the Topeka Project?!”
Apple Watch Compatible
Everything at your wrist.
Ding “Rail marker 110 +23 is 1/4 inch beyond tolerance. Notify Crew?!”
Clouds hold more than rain, people’s private data. We keep it secure
24/7 Rail Monitoring Technology
Patent Pending technology developed by GotApi is utilized in the field to monitor stability of rail, stability of soil, and stability of shorelines.
Rail Curve Reader
Patent Pending device that quickly runs down the curve of a rail and provides details about that rail to aid in cost estimates for rail projects that incorporate railroad with bends. Replaces a two man crew and shortens measurements time down to 1-2 minutes.
Increasing Safety & Accuracy
Shore Line Monitoring -
GotApi's solution for monitoring shorelines provides a live feed to the contruction site. 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Parameters are set for every application to release alerts in the form of automated phone calls, text message, email, and in app notifications to insure that at any moment of the day the necessary invidivudals are notified of any changes in the stability of the land.
Shoring Monitoring -
We provide custom solutions for monitoring changes in rail stability during shoring projects. Within 2mm our system takes over 1,000 readings a second and pushes all that data into the hands of construction companies in a useable reader friendly format. Alerts are provided in the form of automated phone calls, text message, email, and in app notifications the moment an issue occurs. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Rail Curve Measuring -
Patent pending solution for one person to measure the curve of a rail for projects in a fraction of the time it currently takes. All calculations and necessary data about the rail is imported directly back to the measurer's phone. Accurate within 2mm.