Using real-time data for better asset management

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For effective smart infrastructure, the digital asset must always be aligned with the physical asset as it exists in the field. A live two-way connection between field operatives and datasets is therefore essential for all parties to see relevant information in real time.

Fieldbook™, our asset data interface for field personnel, enables decisions to be made on site about inspections, access, risks, work management and environmental protection. At the same time, it enables the maintenance of a live digital twin that can be combined with other data to support commercial decision making. Visibility is provided of all related documentation, such as approvals and permits, as well as the asset data itself.

Activities in the field are safer and more effective, with increased value derived from each visit. This cuts time in the field, reducing journeys and environmental impact. Back in the office, programmes are managed more effectively based on accurate information leading to regulatory compliance and higher returns for asset owners.

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