Real-time video has helped cut training time by 35 percent and improve call resolution times.
Augmented reality may just be the “next big thing” in field service.
There are many benefits of connecting people to “things.”
Today’s field service automation and IoT (the Internet of Things) technologies are enabling the servitization trend.
The commercial telematics, fleet management, mobile work force, and resource management industries continue to experience strong growth fueled by addressing new segments and verticals, expanding into new regions, and adopting more scalable technologies such as cloud and converged devices.
In December 2015, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced the passing of a new electronic logging device (ELD) mandate for the trucking industry, becoming effective on Feb. 16 of this year. An ELD is a device that captures movement of a commercial vehicle. Anytime that vehicle is moving, the device will measure the number of miles moved, where it’s located at any given time, and both truck and driver statistics.
In a recent Intel Grid Insights blog, I spoke about how IT and systems engineers are constantly seeking out the best-fitting technology available today to execute their programs – whether they’re working on the next Apollo-like space mission or trying to automate field service workflows in the age of smart grid. I noted that NASA would never launch an Apollo module on top of a Saturn V rocket today because the technology used for Apollo was great in the 1960s, but is now outdated.
Finally, a solution for managing all of your field service operations in house. From warranty claims to managing 3rd party networks, ServiceOperations provides you with complete visibility, giving you the power to control all of your field service processes.
Many facilities managers use Preventive Maintenance (PM) to reduce losses from unforeseen downtime. While helpful in managing regular inspections and keeping up on maintenance, PM is fundamentally still a run-to-failure approach. It attempts to extend runtime as long as possible, while hoping to catch failures in time to schedule repairs. Failures are just minimized to the point of being palatable.
In an increasingly competitive field service landscape, setting and measuring KPIs is necessary for success. In this special report we reveal our top five KPIs for field service success.
Are you looking to learn how the latest technologies and trends are transforming the mobile workforce? Field Mobility 2016 provides analyst insight, research on what technologies Field Technologies’ readers are currently using and looking to invest in next, and perspective on the latest topics and trends.
The best way to learn how your peers are successfully leveraging M2M/IoT within their organizations is from those peers themselves. This special report features firsthand insight from companies that have been through the IoT selection and deployment process and are reaping the benefits.
Hindsight is 20/20, but you don’t have to make these same common mistakes companies make with fleet management. This special report provides crucial considerations for selecting the right fleet management solution for your business.
Omnitracs, LLC, a global pioneer of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, recently announced the availability of Roadnet Anywhere v4.1, the newest version of its SaaS vehicle routing, tracking, mobile workforce, telematics, and fleet management platform.
Field service is the lifeblood of companies like United Subcontractors Inc. (USI). And, like you, USI is always looking for ways to make its business more efficient, profitable, and effective. Join us as we discuss live with Jim Liverseed of USI the ins and outs of how the company is tackling field service profitability.
Join us as we discuss one of the latest technologies impacting the field service space: quantum annealing. Quantum annealing harnesses the cloud and distributed computing to bring the type of scheduling power that only NASA or Google had access to in the past to the field service industry.
New technologies like social, mobile, analytics, and cloud continue to impact our daily lives in meaningful ways. They’re also changing the way field service is delivered. Even newer technologies like IoT and Virtual Reality promise more changes on the horizon.
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