GroundHog launches Mobile Equipment Maintenance Platform

GroundHog has introduced its state-of-the-art Mobile Equipment Maintenance Platform to streamline and enhance maintenance processes for mining companies and contractors to ensure increased efficiency, reduced downtime, and improved safety.

Key features of the new platform include:

  • Maintenance Planning: Plan and schedule maintenance tasks ahead of time to ensure optimal equipment performance.
  • Work Order and Backlog Management: Efficiently manage work orders and track backlogs to address outstanding tasks promptly.
  • Mobilizing Field Technicians with a Tablet App: Equip field technicians with a user-friendly tablet app for real-time updates and task management.
  • Condition-Based and Preventive Maintenance: Implement monitoring and preventive maintenance strategies to maintain equipment health.
  • Real-Time Breakdown Handling: Respond to equipment breakdowns in real-time, minimizing downtime and maintaining operational continuity.
  • Managing Component and Spare Part Inventory: Streamline inventory management with real-time tracking and automatic purchase orders or notifications.
  • Seamless Integrations: Integrate effortlessly with SAP, JD Edwards, Microsoft Dynamics, and RPM Global’s AMT.

Company CEO Satish Penmetsa said several customers in its beta testing program are already expanding to multiple sites.

“While there are many computerized maintenance management solutions providers, we stand out as the sole provider dedicated to streamlining mining equipment maintenance workflows. Our integration with the tablet app for field technicians and the FMS app for operators allows us to capture breakdowns and issues in real-time, significantly reducing downtime,” he added.

According to Product Manager Chanakya Rachakonda, a standout feature of the Maintenance Cloud is its ability to integrate with the telemetry system.

“[It is] automatically capturing required asset data for the maintenance planning and the reliability engineering teams,” Rachakonda added.

The Mobile Equipment Maintenance Platform is now available for deployment.

Source: GroundHog

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