Renewable energy projects and infrastructure can be a long way from company offices. Supervisors, technicians and other workers in the field need technology that will allow them to maximize productivity, even though they are far from their desk. Even though they are away from the office, efficiency continues to be necessary.
Mobile technology offers opportunities for greater efficiencies. Those efficiencies are being realized by many industries, including those that harness renewable energy.
Field mobility is especially useful for renewable energy projects and infrastructure because those projects typically are great distances from the company’s headquarters or satellite offices. A new article from geoAMPS on the benefits of mobile technology for renewable energy industries has been published on The Alternative Energy eMagazinewebsite.
Supervisors, technicians and other workers in the field need technology that will allow them to maximize productivity, even though they are far from their desk. They need tools to help them work as efficiently as possible.
Mobile technology streamlines the entire process of assigning work, inspecting infrastructure, performing maintenance and repair, and reporting and storing findings. The capability improves workflows by providing workers in the field and their supervisors in the office the ability to access work assignments and receive status reports on infrastructure in real-time. It eliminates bottlenecks and compresses cycle times. In short, it saves money, which in turn lowers the cost of electricity produced from alternative energy. Ultimately, this technology contributes to reduced reliance upon fossil fuels to meet the world's energy needs.
End-to-end management of alternative energy projects is made possible throughaltAMPS, the software product designed by geoAMPS to meet the needs of alternative energy industries.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager of geoAMPS, a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. For more information, call 614-389-4871 or visit www.geoamps.com.
This article also appears in:
The Energy Collective
Daily Energy Report
Renewable Energy World