Asset Manager

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.


How Asset Manager Works

Asset Manager is a large scale database. You typically define the asset within the AddOn, so if you have a Highways AddOn, then within that AddOn you will have an asset database that is tailored for the needs of Highways assets. This approach allows you to define many different types of asset, with a huge variety of attributes, to cater for whatever circumstance you are trying to support.

Use the dynamic properties function within the MaestroLIVE platform to extend the fields as required. 

Once defined, the assets will be displayed on a map, allowing you to zoom in or out as required, showing the disposition of the type(s) of asset you are currently viewing (in other words you can view Highways and Street Lighting assets at the same time on the same map if required - it is just a matter of turning on the relevant layer).


Industry Usage Examples

Highways, to manage and maintain the highways asset - typically everything encompassed fence to fence (kerb, yellow lines, surface, white lines, central reservation, statutory signs, barriers, etc. 

Typically highway assets will be broken down to section, and have their own unique section ID that grouped with other sections will make up a road. Each section will typically have an inspection regime, and a condition code, as well as a history of current open defects and old resolved defects

Can be used by Housing cooperatives to manage and maintain their housing stock, including maintenance, rental position, last inspection and results, inventory, etc.


Asset Manager

£15 Per user per month