Drilling platforms, pipelines, and other key oil & gas extraction and production infrastructure are often located in remote areas, which leads to difficult accessibility for experts when inspection and maintenance support is required. RemoteSpark creates a link between workers and technicians already on site, and the engineers/experts who can follow along and talk them through the processes in real time. This negates the need to bring the same experts on site from their base of operations, which can often be miles away or in a completely different part of the world.
When ground crews are on site to inspect or repair power lines, switching stations, and other utility infrastructure, they may encounter anomalies or unfamiliar elements in the equipment in front of them. With RemoteSpark, they can communicate with their utility’s engineering teams and manufacturers of the transmission infrastructure to help guide them through the next assessment or repair steps.
From wind turbines, solar farms, nuclear plants, hydro dams to, coal and natural gas generators – all power generation requires repetitive inspection and repair. If any piece of key machinery goes offline, it requires a rapid response from engineers and their maintenance teams on the ground. If a technical expert’s watchful eye is needed but they’re located off-site, empower them with RemoteSpark to assist workers on the ground through the steps to get things back up and running.
Whether deep underground or at open pit sites, miners and mid-level managers often need to connect with engineers, environmental experts, and higher-level management when making decisions. With RemoteSpark, when visual confirmation and guided assistance through site inspection or rapid response maintenance is required, workers on the ground can connect with the expertise they need.
Connect with supervisors when visual confirmation for completion of specific task is required. Limit travel for job supervisors from head office down to the work sites each time a decision needs to be made. Pick up RemoteSpark instead and see right through the operator’s eyes to gauge the progress on site and identify what the next steps are.
Have multiple projects on the go? Not to worry, keep your maintenance experts in one location in case something goes offline. Hand another technician on the site a HoloLens with RemoteSpark and walk them through the steps to get it back online.
With a skill shortage of maintenance professionals identified by numerous aerospace companies, subject matter experts and highly skilled engineers can now utilize RemoteSpark from support centres to guide less experienced technicians on the ground when something needs an extra set of eyes.
Defence companies and militaries around the world have already identified a similar shortage of maintenance operators. With many maintenance experts for a particular piece of equipment often based in one location, it’s imperative that they can assist the teams on the ground when something is in need of repair. Let RemoteSpark be that crucial link for maintenance pros and ground crews.
Having logging teams in truly remote woodlands makes for a difficult trip for maintenance teams to get to a piece of heavy equipment back on line. Save the time and travel required and walk an operator on the ground through the repair or infrastructure inspection process.