Manage your assets and maintenance tasks
with ease. And enjoy doing it.

Asset Vision will provide your organisation with the visibility it
needs to properly manage assets, jobs and inspections.
What is Asset Vision?

Asset Vision is a system for recording asset related maintenance activities, and is targeted at state road and rail authorities and their infrastructure management and service providers. With ten years of experience in this field, and by teaming up with key industry players we believe we have created one of the most innovative and powerful maintenance management systems on the market.

Asset Vision has been developed from the ground up on proven technology standards used throughout various solutions we have built since our company’s inception. We shape Asset Vision to fit unique contract requirements and our subscription based licensing model shows our long term commitment to continuous improvement based on user feedback. Asset Vision consists of two main components - a PDA or smartphone for use in the field, and a web portal for use in the office or from home.

Mobile inspections
Web portal
Tailor made
Use your iPhone or PDA in the field

Generally, each crew leader is allocated to a device and uses it to follow the work program that has been set by inspectors and contract managers. The devices enable the work crews to collect their precise GPS location, job descriptions, before and after photos, materials used and any other relevant information. As the crew leaders update their devices the information is transmitted live to the web portal and other devices on the Asset Vision network.
We have gone to great lengths to make Asset Vision extremely simple to use and operate, which assists immensely with user adoption. Asset Vision integrates tightly with Google Maps Enterprise and allows users to visualise assets on a map, as well as allowing further filtering by their current location.

Information recorded on the handheld can be transmitted immediately over the Internet using the mobile phone network. It’s important to note that the handheld stores its information locally and therefore users don’t need to be constantly connected to a mobile phone network and run the risk of dropping out of coverage.