An introduction to Asset Manager
You can define anything as an asset. Typically it is something that has a location, and some attributes that often can change over time. For example a Street Light can be an asset.
Taking the street light example, it will have a specific location, most likely a unique ID, a defined height suitable for its location, what it is made of, when it was last painted, when it was last inspected, when it had its last electrical certification, what type of lamp is used, what output is produced, who the energy supplier is, etc. Ideally it should have a history including defects, past repairs, repair costs, etc.
Or an asset could be a communication shed on a farm - so you would need its location, space availability, power availability, what equipment is already installed including if this is the “A” end, or where is the “B” end. Contacts for installed equipment, etc
The MaestroLIVE Asset Manager will allow you to define any attribute you care to dream of for any asset type. Just use the dynamic properties available within MaestroLIVE to define the required fields as needed.