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Assets photographed, inventoried, inspected, and prioritized with your maintenace criteria.

  • Irrefutable evidence
  • Identify 95% of all defects
  • Eliminate risk
  • Solve challenge of retiring personnel
  • Promote consistency
  • Simplify compliance with regulations
  • Increase manpower efficiency

All Omadatech inspection software is fully customizable to include unique specifications, inventory types, safety criteria, and defect ratings, all resulting in a user-friendly dynamic database containing irrefutable evidence of a utility's structures. Inspection software is changing the face of today's Asset Management Systems. Merging companies, changing regulations, inadequate IT tools, ineffective, costly inspection practices, and a lack of easily accessible long-term data impede the functionality of an effective Asset Management Program.

Merging companies often have uniquely designed facilities, operating practices, and diverse environmental conditions. Omadatech products ease the process of moving forward in a cohesive way while maintaining the integrity of existing team beliefs and methods. Omadatech inspection software also simplifies compliance with continually changing OSHA, NERC, FERC, and state regulations.

With much of the power grid predating computers, over decades, component types have changed. A lack of IT tools has made it difficult to meet the demands of an aging infrastructure. Omadatech products simplify forecasting future maintenance, with degradation and lifespan information captured and retained.

Additional features include easy filtration, allowing lists of desired identifying features to be produced within seconds, and the ability to view every component of an entire system at any time from the safety and comfort of one's desk. The database also acts as a knowledge repository for institutional memory, solving the challenge facing many utilities of retiring personnel.

Omadatech inspection products pay for themselves by reducing expensive flight time, enabling Wheeling rates to rise due to fewer outages (improved reliability) and irrefutable evidence of structure condition (improved recordkeeping). Benchmarking methodology improves while engineers save time sorting through data manually. The dynamic database becomes a source for easily identifying potential problems without expensive surveys. Even repair and maintenance efficiency improves with truck-deployed linemen informed beforehand of the nature of a defect, providing the opportunity to plan labor and equipment accordingly. Information is securely maintained forever, providing irrefutable evidence of all inspected components in a format committed to: Traceability, Accountability, and Reproducibility.