The Energy & Utilities industry takes advantage of the new evolving technologies that are creating opportunities to gain strategic insights into operations actions. Making decisions and automating responsive processes is of high concern for the industry especially for repeated tasks common in operations such as equipment testing, inspections, and maintenance activities, detecting failures, dispatching resources, switching activities, tracking the movement of personnel, equipment, and vehicles.
Traditional inspections in the utility sector are highly risky and susceptible to human error. Using a mature business solution that digitizes processes otherwise paper-based, will help the industry reduce costs and allow utilities to perform inspections more frequently and have a more current systems' health assessment. The new digital-based inspections empower the industry to identify weak spots predicting potential failure points giving enough time to prepare to respond to failure events.
Gather insights and make the changes necessary using data that you already have.
Identify product issues you couldn’t before and use descriptive and prescriptive analytics.
Reduce operating costs.
Less human error
1. Learn how inspection engineers use multiple systems to perform a single inspection
2. How these technologies might impact the businesses’ growth and security in the long run
3. What risks arise across the organization
4. What is the alternative
Read this use case to learn how Smartflow helped MOBA increase their efficiency and lead time reduction of the service order process. Watch the video in which Mark van der Wolf talks about his experience with digitization.
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