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January 08, 2018
Whitepaper: Understanding asset digitisation
Bill Clee

At Asset Mapping, we digitise assets to automate certain processes involved in the maintenance and operations of equipment and allow facilities managers to work more efficiently.

For example, asset digitisation allows us to automatically monitor equipment and send alerts to operators as soon as there is a problem with an asset. This helps prevent machine failure, cut reaction time by two thirds, and increase the number of first-time fix rates.

In this white paper, we explore how we make asset digitisation work.

In its most simple definition, digitisation means converting information into a digital format so it can be processed by a computer.

For digitisation to work in the built environment, it is essential that we collect as much detail as we can about the equipment and systems within buildings. For instance, the model, installation date and location of an asset is as important as its real-time energy consumption. Without it, the operator may know what is wrong with an asset, but will not be able to find it inside the building.

Only when you have a complete digital representation of all your equipment, can you start thinking about interactive, intelligent services.

To learn more about how we can help your organisation, download our second white paper "Digitise your assets to get started with your Internet of Things".

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