Goldhofer’s range of modular vehicles and their accessories have been integrated into the HeavyGoods platform following a cooperation agreement with CodeSquare.
Goldhofer customers can already use the HeavyGoods online platform for semi-trailer planning. With the agreement with CodeSquare, the manufacturer’s range of telescopic loading decks, goosenecks and turntables are also available. This provides users with individual options for performing axle load calculations (HeavyLoad) or cornering simulations (HeavySim).
“Such software applications are becoming increasingly important and serve as a supporting document for route permits,” said Volker Schmidt, head of homologation with responsibility for approval issues at Goldhofer.
Susann Beyersdorfer, managing director of HeavyGoods, said: “The highlight of the HeavyGoods app is that you can simulate driving manoeuvres online using Google Maps or your own drone aerial imagery and official survey maps under HeavySim. This means you are always up to date and can access the app from anywhere – simply log in via the HeavyGoods app and get started.”