From village power and water to floating microgrids on ocean-going vessels, 60Hertz’s Computerized Maintenance Management System software is best suited to people responsible for remote infrastructure
Low bandwidth communications
remote administrator or boss
On the job trained technicians
Distributed fleet across a vast geography
Lower computer skills, lower literacy
Limited collegiality among operators
Maintaining infrastructure in remote places is a major responsibility. Providing your operators with tools to increase job retention and performance is possible given 60Hertz’s approach.
60Hertz's software cues operators with a series of checklists; validates task completion with photo uploads; cheers a job well done; eases work order placement; streamlines fuel reorder; orchestrates subsistence leave; and provides timely visibility to within the first 10 days of the software pilot.
Flexible checklist with Administrator dashboards, suited to:
Diesel generators at any scale
Renewables: solar, BESS, hydro, wind
Water and Sanitation
The software gives a critical upgrade to clipboard-and-pencil maintenance. Features include:
Decrease downtime through improved preventative and predictive maintenance & planning.
Increase operator engagement through performance-based incentives and gamification.
Extend the life of generation infrastructure.
Reduce operating costs and diesel consumption through data-informed decisions.
Increase operator retention and decrease training costs.
Increase performance visibility to project owners, fleet managers and general managers.
Our software was developed collaboratively with the following Power Plant Operators and energy professionals in Alaska
Arnold Captain, Jr
Tanana Chiefs Conference
Dave Pelunis Messier
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative
Yukon River Crossing Camp
Iliamna NewHalen NonDalton Electric
Utility Management Assistance