We’ve streamlined inspection-related tasks so agencies can devote more of their resources to meeting national performance standards and delivering safer, longer-lasting structures.
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) May 07, 2019
AgileAssets Inc., a leading provider of transportation asset lifecycle management software, has released a new mobile application that helps state and local agencies do a better job of inspecting the safety and condition of bridges and other structures while saving time and taxpayer money. The AgileAssets® Structures Inspector™ mobile application, a companion to the company’s Structures Inspector™ web solution, helps bridge inspection teams improve accuracy and efficiency through interactive maps and built-in data validation.
Using the mobile application to replace paper-and-clipboard processes, inspectors can see the location of a planned inspection on a map, view the last inspection report, access inventory information, complete National Bridge Inventory (NBI) component and element ratings, and augment ratings with annotated photos—all while working without network connectivity on an Apple® iOS or Android™ tablet. Syncing data from the mobile device with the web application helps field workers increase productivity by eliminating data-entry errors, rework, and repeat trips to inspection sites.
“At AgileAssets, we’re focused on developing new ways to help transportation agencies get more value across the full lifecycle of their infrastructure assets,” said Jared Pulham, Director of Product Management at AgileAssets. “With our Structures Inspector mobile solutions, we've improved the user experience by moving to tablets, and we’ve streamlined inspection-related tasks so agencies can devote more of their resources to meeting national performance standards and delivering safer, longer-lasting structures.”
A large US state department of transportation provided input on the mobile app's development and is preparing to add the app to its existing lineup of AgileAssets solutions. Along with the state’s bridge management system of record (AgileAssets® Structures Analyst™), the department will use the mobile app to help manage the full asset lifecycle of bridges, culverts, and other structures more cost-effectively.
For more information, visit http://www.agileassets.com.
AgileAssets is a leading global provider of transportation asset lifecycle management software for public and private organizations. From advanced analytics and strategic decision-making to day-to-day maintenance operations for pavements, bridges, and other roadway assets, AgileAssets’ enterprise solutions support the complete management of integrated asset portfolios, helping agencies to deliver safer, more reliable transportation networks while achieving the highest return on infrastructure investments. Visit http://www.agileassets.com.