With the Xsite 2D Semi-Automation system, owners can update an existing machine design with additional automation features in order to meet future requirements. This results in increased productivity through improved efficiency, safety, and performance, as well as increased profitability for the manufacturer.

The ready kit option provides customers with greater flexibility because they are not required to install the entire Xsite 2D Semi-Automation system at the time of purchase. It is anticipated that the main brackets and wiring will be installed on the customer's excavator in preparation for the rest of the automation system to be added at a later date. Because of this, the Xsite 2D Semi-Automation system components can be installed more quickly and efficiently with little or no welding, re-painting, drilling, or dismantling required.

During the Doosan Customization Center's installation process in Belgium, the completed kit is installed on customer machines. Lead times on machines can be reduced as a result of this process, and the workload in dealer/customer workshops can be reduced as well. It is even possible to make changes to existing orders up to a few days before the machines are shipped to their respective customers. Another advantage is that the ready kit is installed by Doosan Customization Center employees who have received extensive training, resulting in a seamless and professional process.

The automated boom, arm, and bucket functions in the Xsite 2D Semi-Automation system enable grading against a target level and slope with only a single lever operation to control movement and speed, resulting in reduced operator fatigue. The Xsite 2D Semi-Automation system also includes integrated machine guidance, which measures depth, distance, and slope, and displays the elevation of the bucket to the operator so that they do not have to stop their work to check the grade. The bucket assist function holds the bucket orientation in place to aid in loading work and other applications, for example. Also included are movement boundaries and limits for the boom, arm, and bucket movements that are defined by the system.

The system reduces fatigue for the operator and shortens the learning curve for new operators when it comes to machine handling and operation. Working in confined spaces, such as those found inside buildings or beneath overpasses, increases the likelihood of injury.

Leica Geosystems is constantly developing solutions to provide contractors with simple-to-use tools that will help them increase uptime, efficiency, and safety while also increasing uptime, efficiency, and safety. For example, automating hydraulic breaker for mini excavator will increase productivity and accuracy while simultaneously decreasing operator fatigue and fuel consumption.

Over the past three decades, the earthmoving equipment industry has been engaged in a significant amount of research and development in the area of automation in a variety of applications. Starting with the world's first string-less paving solution and progressing to 3D GNSS automatic dozer solutions, Leica Geosystems has been at the forefront of innovation in the heavy construction industry, according to Magnus Thibblin, President of Leica Geosystems Machine Control.

This was the motivation behind the introduction of semi-automatic functionality for excavators by Leica Geosystems, bucket, tilt bucket, and tilt rotator. In conjunction with other automated features such as iXE CoPilot and Automatic Tool Recognition, operators are able to work with less fatigue and greater working comfort, resulting in less overdigging and lower operating costs overall.

Our semi-automatic hydraulic breaker for mini excavator now have features such as tilt and tilt rotator bucket automation as well as Automatic Tool Recognition and CoPilot functions to assist operators in working with less fatigue and greater comfort. As a result of the new semi-automatic functionality for excavators, the operator can perform complex tasks with less manual intervention, increase productivity, speed and accuracy of work even for less experienced operators, resulting in less overdigging and lower operational costs, according to Thibblin.