Survisor has launched its new asset management software, which has been developed to provide facilities maintenance reporting and efficiencies for mapping buildings.
The Survisor building management system offers a comprehensive summary of buildings and facilities, providing evidence of their condition to draw attention to potential issues.
The image-driven software is also a portable data capture and retrieval system, based on audited mapped assets, visual navigation and touch-screen technology. It utilises interactive floor plans to deliver data about building assets and services for health and safety checking and reporting.
The building management system has been developed to provide an inclusive solution for real-time condition monitoring. Boasting diagnostic proficiency for scheduling checks to specific areas, the system provides an audit trail for insurance and inspections.
The system can arrange maintenance schedules for Facilities Managers, prioritising areas of immediate concern and organising plans for future expansion. It provides a complete, interactive picture of the condition of a building’s assets and stock, allowing for efficient management and navigation.
The system also benefits from cloud-based information storage, which allows it to provide instant data access and prevent data loss. Information can be easily exchanged between those who need it.
Survisor eliminates the need for time consuming analyses of historical building condition surveys, reducing the time required for assessment and reporting.
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