Hexagon’s PPM division and RealWear® announce the continued development of interoperability between Hexagon’s Xalt Connected Worker solution and RealWear’s HMT family of wearable, hands-free devices.
Hexagon’s Xalt | Mobility is a cloud-based enterprise software platform that lets users quickly build robust mobile workflows to solve daily challenges. Its groundbreaking technology connects with a customer’s existing enterprise applications, systems and sensors providing front-line workers with all the data they need, in a single app. No longer is disparate data a vexing problem. Through this approach, maintenance teams can now have real-time access to current work orders, maintenance history, associated engineering documentation, manufacturers’ schematics, permits, safety documentation and best practices. Data integrity, smoother operations and dramatically reduced administration costs are ensured with low initial overhead.
RealWear’s voice-enabled headset solutions facilitate increased operational efficiency, which lets frontline workers troubleshoot issues in real time and remotely perform live inspections via two-way video as supervisors watch on a laptop.
Hexagon and RealWear have continued their development of enhanced interoperability between the Hexagon’s Xalt Connected Worker solution and RealWear’s hands-free Connected Worker wearable devices. The combination of software from Hexagon and hardware from RealWear® allows plant workers to increase efficiency of operations while minimizing potential safety issues. Utilizing the “Maintenance Execution 2.0” package, workers can leverage hands-free technology end-to-end throughout their work processes. Allows the operate to leverage service billing, standard reports, inventory management, and real-time routing and scheduling. All necessary data can be provided to the worker at the required time and place, while communication and collaboration between operations and maintenance is increased. These digital workflows are designed to optimize a technician “time on tool,” ultimately improving important metrics like Mean Time to Repair (MTTR), First Time Fix Rates (FTFR) and overall reliability. Efficiency and safety can be optimized by real-time notifications of hazards and “near-miss” reporting. This increased visibility into plant conditions drives preventative action and improves traceability for auditing and investigating purposes.