Periodic thorough examination and repair – typically every 3 years.
Un-foreseen and unplanned work.
Periodic examinations – daily, monthly, time interval and mileage interval.
Periodic thorough examination and repair of detachable equipment.
Routing work through production shops and capturing time and materials consumed.
Management of tests for a new trains before acceptance for use on the network.
Online Training, Competence assessment (by Qualification, Training, Experience and Mentor Assessment) and Competence Expiration/Reassessment.
Wraps becomes a central point to collate information regarding a railway incident replacing email records which inevitably become unwieldy and difficult to track. It also tracks changes and repairs to damaged cars.
Primary suspension packer dimension thickness to level and optimise derailment stability.
Adding digital cloud data solutions to traditional railway products to bring new client benefits, new client services and new revenue streams.
To help engineers understand why bolted joints fail and identify corrective actions.
Owner inspection of new vehicles from manufacturer.
Owner inspections on handover from one Train Operating Company (TOC) to the next.
Daily maintenance inspections before train returns into service.
Navigate around wraps using Key Performance Indicator dashboards so that everyone clearly sees what has to be done and what is yet to be done. Work your way through a diminishing job stack.
Following established methods each task has planned start and end, precedent tasks, competencies required, manhours and materials. Record the % completion, actual start, actual end and actual hour booked. Display as tabular reports or Gantt charts.
No more chasing people for signatures or supporting documentation certificates of compliance are automatically generated with links through to detail every aspect of the work completed.
Satisfy regulatory requirements and compliance requirements of the major players in the railway industry.