The innovative typology of surveys carried out by our pool of experts – together with management on dedicated information systems – gives a high level of certainty of captured and processed information, while data acquisition times are considerably reduced, even in the presence of medium-high risk sites.
The software created for the customer company generates a database containing a panel of information (maintenance/assembly/disassembly/breakage cards/maintenance interventions, 2D-3D plant sketching, etc.) which becomes the plant’s digital ID card, complete with numerical and alphanumeric information
The 2D-3D surveys developed by Tecnologiepm make it possible to remove plants – or parts of them – in a coded and georeferenced way: it will then be possible to reposition and/or rebuild them on other sites, or proceed with reclamation activities.
Together with an innovative and integrated diagnostic process, the technologies in use make it possible to detect both industrial fluid leaks and malfunctions of electrical panels and of the most stressed mechanical parts. Furthermore, the placement of sensors on the entire production line defines a continuous monitoring network which makes the replacement of some components programmable, to the full benefit of the plant’s average life. In this way, maintenance interventions become more effective and focused, to the extent of allowing the warrant on plants and/or parts of them to be extended: this results in a significant reduction in plant management costs, as well as the reduction of insurance costs.
In the field of application of augmented reality to industrial security, Tecnologiepm performs simulations of interventions on medium and high risk areas, through use of three-dimensional modelling of industrial sites and/or parts of them. In this way, specific training courses can be organised in which individual activities will be reproduced with augmented reality headsets in a context very similar to reality, but in the absence of risk: the result is a net increase in the degree of safety of activities in the workplace.
Investment in the activities and processes described generates considerable savings in the management and proper functioning of plants, as well as preventing heavy diseconomies deriving from environmental pollution.