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Siemens’ hosted fault and asset management system designed specifically for the traffic market allows seamless migration from the company’s existing Prefect system with an additional number of extensive database management and reporting features all based on a web-browser interface. InView provides comprehensive support for the very latest style of output "availability" based contracts as well as traditional "respond and fix" contracts.
InView allows traffic managers to keep a record of traffic monitoring and control equipment and to track the status of that equipment, including maintenance issues, running costs and equipment reliability. Cloud based, with a web browser interface, InView offers fault reporting and asset management in one package and provides users with guaranteed data security, no ongoing hardware maintenance charges and reduced communications costs.
Features include automated scheduling of periodic inspections and options to store a wide range of documentation from site drawings and photographs to maintenance and accident reports. Recently released features include Elexon power management and reporting and Schedule of Rates (Bills & Visits) for chargeable works.
The mobile app for Android smart phones brings the ability to report new issues whilst on site, update details of existing issues and in conjunction with the document storage option upload photographs directly into the database.
Providing a cost effective method of tracking maintenance issues and the reliability of on-street equipment, InView has the ability to receive automatic fault reporting from Siemens UTC, RMS and Comet systems, as well as fault reports generated by other traffic control systems or entered by operators manually. When a fault report is received the system will automatically inform the appropriate maintenance contractor and includes real time tracking of performance against Service Level Agreements.
Based around a powerful relational database that holds details of all street equipment on a site-by-site basis, each item of traffic equipment can be referenced by a number, location, street name, landmark or other means of identity.
Key features and functionality include:
2013-May-21 | Griffiths, Hannah