National Grid saw an opportunity to build a new mobile platform that would support field work across multiple mobile device platforms. At the same time, it wanted to keep the best aspects of its existing solution – especially the flexible data collection scripts provided by a field data capture component from AMT-SYBEX.
Transport for London (TfL) has empowered its maintenance teams by equipping them with modern smartphone technologies. By harnessing the flexibility of Affinity Fieldreach®, TfL has rolled out mobile asset management apps on the iOS platform to over 500 engineers working on the Tube.
Electricity North West wanted a fail-safe way of proving that its field operatives were conducting street works efficiently, safely, and in full compliance with the Traffic Management Act.
Our client Kaifa, a Chinese global smart meter manufacturer, wanted to create an end-to-end smart metering solution to offer to markets worldwide. Before Kaifa could make these plans a reality, it needed to work out an efficient way to handle the huge amounts of data that would be generated by smart meters.
Seeking greater control of growing volumes of operational information, Scottish Water engaged AMT-SYBEX to develop a data assurance framework for its Wholesale water and sewerage business.
Network Rail has launched a major initiative, called ORBIS, to boost the safety and efficiency of its railway infrastructure. As a first step in this programme, the company sought to establish a detailed catalogue of its asset base – particularly switches and crossings.
Scottish Water identified an opportunity to transform the way its field operatives collect, view and edit asset-related data.