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Inspectioneering Journal,  March/April 2022 Issue

By Floyd Baker, VP Antea North America


The Four Dimensions of Mobility for Asset Integrity Management

Have you ever wondered how many applications there are for mobile technology in asset integrity management? Did you know that mobile asset integrity technology can facilitate hands-free inspection reporting and remote collaboration between team members for critical decision making?

When leveraged for inspection data management as part of a mechanical integrity program, mobile technologies can substantially improve operations and proactive maintenance for process plants and facilities in the oil & gas, chemical, and power generation industries. How? By delivering faster access to asset and inspection data while requiring fewer resources on site.

Learn more in our latest article, “The Four Dimensions of Mobility for Asset Integrity Management” by Floyd Baker, mechanical integrity expert with 40 years of experience in various roles from Chief Inspector to Executive.

Floyd examines these four dimensions of mobile applications for an asset integrity management program — including how they pertain to a mechanical integrity database, the expanded levels of access to data, what tools and devices they include, and how simple and cost-effective they are to implement.

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