Energy and Water
All utilities face the challenge of keeping services reliable, affordable and secure, all while reinventing their business models to cope with the emergence of sustainable alternatives. By laying foundations to harness data from huge fleets of smart devices and leveraging the power of automation, machine learning and AI, utilities can successfully navigate this environment and realise the performance potential in their critical assets.
Realise the performance potential of your critical assets.
Improving how critical asset infrastructure is operated and maintained is critical to ensure energy and water supply interruptions are minimised and network efficiency is optimised. At the same time, utilities providers must transition to sustainable methods of operation in order to meet exacting environmental, social and governance (ESG) requirements.
All utilities are now faced with a fleet of smart devices, all generating huge volumes of data that are being collected and presented in control centres around the world. The human ability to keep abreast of the alarms and alerts being generated is being outpaced. The need to digitally transform these nerve centres to maintain the reliability and integrity of these networks is here and now.
Only through a solid foundation of complete and accurate data, which is no longer managed by humans, but by robotic process automation, machine learning and AI, will utilities organisations be able to keep pace with the growing number of smart end points on their networks.
EAM as a Service
Access EAM software through a web browser and mobile client while we take care of the security, backups, availability and performance.
Application Managed Support
Asset Information Ecosystem Roadmaps