Matthews Company (M-C), which focuses primarily on grain drying equipment, is also on board the remote monitoring train. Called M-C Trax, the technology allows an operator to monitor critical dryer data remotely, including all active alarms, discharge moisture percentage, discharge temperature, mid-grain average, all temperature readings, plenums and more. The information is easily scanned on either a home computer or mobile device.

M-C Trax pulls all that data from M-C’s Pinnacle Lite AccuDry controller located on the dryer. The system has a full color touch screen where all information can be controlled. In order for the remote M-C Trax system to work, a wired internet connection is needed. The company is offering a risk free trial of M-C Tracks, and users can return the system within 30 days if unhappy with the product. Visit