A few months ago Atlas Copco launched the underground app for Ipads and Android reading pads. Now the app is also available for smartphone devises!
By downloading the app free of charge, users will be able to get extensive access to the company’s wide range of underground face drilling rigs, loaders, trucks and other equipment.
The exclusive content in the app includes high resolution images of the products presented as 3D turntables which enables the products to be viewed from all angles. In addition, all of the content can be synchronized so that it can be accessed offline.
Sebastian Lee, Project Leader Marketing Communications explains “- As innovation is one of Atlas Copco´s core values we would like to share this innovation, “the app”, with our customers and stakeholders. This app is a powerful and very useful tool in your daily business. Your smart phone is something that you always carry with you, and when was the last time you left your phone behind?”
Apart from technical data, 3D images and video, the app also features case stories and a social news flow.
The smart phone app is available from the Apple App Store and the Google Play and you will find it and the introduction movie at www.underground-app.com.
About Atlas Copco
In close cooperation with customers and business partners, and with more than 130 years of experience, Atlas Copco innovates for sustainable productivity.
- The products and services include compressors, expanders and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems.
- Atlas Copco's customers are located almost everywhere on the globe. To them, Atlas Copco is a local company; at the same time, the Atlas Copco Group is a global enterprise with worldwide resources.
- Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, the Group’s global reach spans more than 170 markets, with its own sales operations in more than 80 countries. In the other countries, the products are marketed through distributors and service networks.
- The Group has production facilities in more than 20 countries. Manufacturing is mainly concentrated in Belgium, Sweden, Germany, the United States, India and China.