Relegen News – October 2011
Welcome to the October 2011 edition of Relegen News, keeping you up-to-date with the latest events and activities here at Relegen.
baseLINE re-named as assetDNA
Relegen will rename its ‘baseLINE’ software to ‘assetDNA’ to coincide with the next stage of development for its asset intelligence technology, which, in the future will include a fully-hosted SaaS offering. The name change will unify Relegen’s software and proprietary tagging technology under a single brand – assetDNA. Stay tuned for announcements about our new hosted SaaS product offering in the near future.
New ‘Events’ functionality for assetDNA
The upcoming release of assetDNA v1.13 is set to deliver new and highly-useful ‘Events’ functionality. An event is essentially an activity that happens to an asset and this new feature will enable users to define an unlimited number of event types and attributes. Assets can have the same event type occur on multiple occasions; similarly the same event can take place across multiple assets.
Events will also have lifecycles and can be allocated different statuses. So, in this sense, event statuses might be ‘logged’, ‘scheduled’, ‘commenced’,’ in-progress’, ‘on-hold’, ‘completed’, ‘failed’ or more. Again, event statuses are user-defined, meaning the new feature is fully-customisable to mirror your business processes.
Get in touch to learn more about this new software service and how they can be put to work in your organisation.
assetDNA sets sails for the America’s Cup
Relegen’s assetDNA technology is assisting the America’s Cup World Series tag & track on-water assets used by race management and support crews. It’s an exciting project for Relegen to be associated with. Future applications of Relegen’s asset intelligence technology could include the tagging of racing yachts at inspection points, greatly speeding up the time-consuming task of pre- and post-race inspections and certification.
Protector Alsafe tracking safety hires
assetDNA will soon be used by Protector Alsafe to tag and track safety equipment on hire. The new system will help them quickly locate where equipment is, facilitate transfers and, for equipment on rental, flag when the equipment is due for return. assetDNA’s powerful ‘Search’ capabilities allow Protector Alsafe to easily find equipment based on user-defined asset attributes such as make, model, and more.
Relegen assisting AASPO, HMAS Tobruk
Relegen has been successful in winning a bid for the provision of project management services to the Amphibious and Afloat Support System Program Office (AASSPO). The team will provide support to AASSPO to assist with the HMAS TOBRUK External Maintenance Availability (EMA) 02/2011 which commenced last month to which commenced last month to ensure ongoing technical integrity and achieve high-availability of amphibious operations.
Relegen supporting ANZAC’s
Relegen was also successful in winning a bid for the ANZAC SPO Sustainment Group to undertake project management duties associated with the External Maintenance Availabilities for all eight of the Australian Navy’s ANZAC Class ships. For this project, Relegen has provided personnel in Rockingham, WA and Garden Island, Sydney NSW. The contract commenced at the beginning of September and is programmed for conclusion on 30th July 2012.
Relegen completes vessel audits
Relegen has just completed the physical configuration audits [PCA] on 17 Fleet Marine Service Contract [FMSC] vessels managed by DMS Maritime on behalf of the Royal Australian Navy [RAN]. The project commenced mid-August and set some challenges for our team with tight time constraints – all 17 vessels had to have their PCA’s completed by 30th September 2011. We are very pleased to report that the project was delivered to outcome and on time, thanks to the significant efforts of the Relegen team on the ground.
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That’s it for this October 2011 edition of Relegen News. As always, thanks for reading!
The Relegen team