Deepomatic introduces Asset Performance Management for field service operations

byThibaut Duguet
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Paris, France – Deepomatic releases today a new feature that allows teams managing field operations to track and assess equipment over time. This will improve the overall quality of their operations as well as the underlying infrastructure.

Through its Visual Automation platform, Deepomatic has enabled its customers to automate all or part of the quality controls that are performed on work done by field technicians. Photos taken in the field allow to validate in real time the conformity of the work done, or to identify defects. Until now, the volume of data accumulated did not allow for the accounting of the infrastructure’s evolution over time.

The new asset performance management feature will allow field service operations to do just that.

With Asset Performance Management, configuring which asset types they want to track will provide a tool that searches and filters the most relevant asset(s), as well as a rich visualization listing all the work orders that have impacted this asset. This will allow them to navigate along the asset’s timeline to visualize all photos on this asset and to analyze the actions that have caused it to deteriorate over time.

Timeline of French fiber street cabinet

By coupling this visualization with Deepomatic’s visual automation platform, field service operations are able to automate the assessment of the state of their equipment and target important degradations as a priority. They can finally build a track of each asset from their network, giving them an unprecedented ability to drill down into these tracks and better understand the mechanisms at work in the degradation of the infrastructure.

Deepomatic’s new Asset Performance Management feature is just the beginning! As our platform evolves, we want to enable field service operations to automate more tasks so they can focus on what really matters. We’re constantly enhancing our image recognition capabilities and will soon add more features such as trigger notifications when specific situations arise. Finally, we also plan to use historically collected asset information to reach operational excellence through a better planning of future work orders” Thibaut Duguet, VP of Product


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