Caterpillar and Caterpillar employees use data to make Cat machines more productive and efficient on the jobsite; and when the green flag flies, the No. 31 car’s success doesn’t rest solely on driver Ryan Newman’s skills or the Chevrolet Camaro’s performance. Something else plays a major role in the outcome: data. Much in the same way Caterpillar uses data, the Cat Racing team collects and analyzes data to earn victory on the track.
Data collected through virtual product development by Caterpillar employees, plus rigorous testing that mimics the toughest applications means machines stand up to the demands of the job, day after day. From there ongoing analysis of on-the-job performance data helps engineers make adjustments – ensuring the next generation of machines is even more reliable, durable fuel-efficient and productive.
Caterpillar employees utilize data every day to help our customers around the world compete and win the job, just as data helps Ryan Newman drive the No. 31 car to victory.
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