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WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success
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WMATA and Amtrak Discuss Maximo Mobile Success

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The Maximo European Rail Summit occurred on June 4, 2014. This presentation shows how Amtrak and WMATA are using next generation Interloc's Mobile Informer for Maximo to ensure successful Maximo …

The Maximo European Rail Summit occurred on June 4, 2014. This presentation shows how Amtrak and WMATA are using next generation Interloc's Mobile Informer for Maximo to ensure successful Maximo mobility for their field workers.

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  • 1. 11 Mobility that Works for the Rail Industry Case Studies Amtrak Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
  • 2. 22 Agenda •  WMATA Case Study •  WMATA Application •  Amtrak Case Study •  Amtrak Application •  Questions
  • 3. Mobile Asset Management Joe Grey Director, Transit Asset Management WMATA Dan Wormald Director, Product Delivery and Mobile Solutions Interloc Solutions Greg Heape Mobility Solutions Specialist Interloc Solutions Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
  • 4. About Metro •  Metro Rail System –  86 stations –  106 miles of track –  1,118 Rail Cars –  589 Escalators –  271 Elevators –  217,052,000 passenger trips (2011) 4  
  • 5. About Metro •  Metro Bus –  11,490 bus stops in Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC –  1,500 Buses –  124,173,000 passenger trips (2011) •  Metro Access –  600 Vehicles –  6000 Passenger trips daily 5  
  • 6. Defining Asset Management •  Asset  Management  is  a  strategic  and  systema0c  approach  to   managing  physical  assets.  It  focuses  on  business  and  engineering   processes  for  resource  alloca0on  and  u0liza0on,  with  the  objec0ve   of  be?er  decision  making  based  upon  quality  informa3on  and  well   defined  objec0ves.                                            -­‐  Na0onal  Transit  Ins0tute  2011   6  
  • 7. Asset Management Program •  Began 2012 •  Approach –  Strategic Team •  The  AMP  Strategic  team  will  develop  a  framework,  processes   and  guidelines  to  support  the  implementa3on  of  asset   management  management  system.   –  Tactical Team •  The  AMP  tac3cal  team  is  focused  on  delivering  a  mobile  asset   management  solu3on,  which  is  integrated  with  EAM  system,   to  obtain  asset  condi3on,  asset  nameplate,  work  order  and   performance  data.   7  
  • 8. Asset Management Program •  Mobile Proof of Concept Methodology –  End User Requirements –  Variety of Asset Classes –  Variety of Environments 8  
  • 9. Software Selection •  Operate  Connected  and  Disconnected   Environments   •  Maximo  Transporta;on  (Tr)  and  Asset   Configura;on  Manager  (ACM)   •  No  Intermediate  Server   •  Intui;ve  User  Interface     9  
  • 10. Hardware Selection •  Requirements   – Ruggedized   – Opera;ng  System:  IOS/Android   – Wifi  connec;vity   – Ethernet  connec;vity   – Support  barcode  scanning   – Mobile  Device  Manager  Compa;ble       10  
  • 11. Opportunities to Excel (Challenges) •  Maximo  Usage  Differs  Across  Business   •  Mobile  Technology  Constantly  Changing   •  Compe;ng  Ini;a;ves   •  Connec;vity  Op;ons   11  
  • 12. Next Steps •  Spread  the  Wealth   •  Phased  Roll  Out   •  GIS   •  Inventory   12  
  • 13. WMATA Mobile WM Application •  Overview     13  
  • 14. – 14   •  Work  Order  List   •  Configura;ons  per   Asset  Group   •  Scan  Filter   •  Includes  (Tr)     – Component  Code   – Condi;on  Repor;ng     WO List Screen
  • 15. – 15   WO Status Change •  Change  Status   when  ready  to   work   •  WO  Status   visibility  to   Supervisor  
  • 16. – 16   •  View  Work   History  for   Asset   •  Easier  problem   diagnosis   •  More  informed   maintenance   decision   WO Work History
  • 17. – 17   View Attachments •  Manuals   •  Pictures   •  Diagrams   •  A`ach  Picture  
  • 18. – 18   •  View   •  Edit   •  Add   Job Plan Tasks
  • 19. – 19   Meters / Measurements •  Enter   Measurements   •  Evaluate  Limits   •  View   Measurement   History  
  • 20. – 20   •  List  based  on   Asset  Group   •  View   Storeroom  &   Quan;ty   Available   Actuals - Materials
  • 21. – 21   •  View  Exis;ng   Labor   •  Add  Labor  to   Task   Actuals - Labor
  • 22. – 22   •  Select  Mul;ple   Labor  Records   •  Mul;ple   Search  Op;ons   – Name   – ID   – Supervisor   Actuals - Labor
  • 23. – 23   •  Failure   •  Problem   •  Cause     •  Remedy   •  Failure  Remark   Failure Reporting
  • 24. – 24   •  Scan  in/scan   out   Asset Move/Swap
  • 25. – 25   •  Report  Asset   Condi;on   – From  WO  or   Asset  Tab   Asset Condition
  • 26. – 26   WO Status Change - WCOMP •  Work  Complete   •  Enforce  Business   Rules   – Labor   – Failure  Repor;ng   •  WO  Status   visibility  to   Supervisor  
  • 27. – 27   Create Follow-up / Child WO •  Verify  Asset   hierarchy   •  Capture   addi;onal  CM   work  
  • 28. – 28   Asset Tab •  Mul;ple  Search   – Descrip;on   – Asset  #   – Asset  Tag   – Scan  
  • 29. – 29   Asset - Details •  Editable  Name   Plate  Data   •  Signature   Security   Controlled  
  • 30. – 30   Asset - Specifications •  View  /  Edit  Asset   Specs  
  • 31. 31 Mobility at Amtrak: Making it Work Chester Schmitt Director, Engineering/IT Business Liaison Office Amtrak Dan Wormald Director, Product Delivery and Mobile Solutions Interloc Solutions
  • 32. 32 Amtrak by the Numbers •  21,000 Route Miles of Track •  46 US States plus District of Columbia •  3 Canadian Provinces •  > 300 Trains Operating Daily •  > 650,000 Passengers
  • 33. 33 Mobility is a necessity Distributed Workforce Needs Mobility IT as the Customer Maintenance as the Customer Engineering as the Customer
  • 34. 34 Case Study: New York Penn Station •  Challenge: –  >100 turnouts – 21 tracks, 1,200 trains, 4 tunnels – Serves > 600,000 passengers per day •  Goal: – Keep trains moving
  • 35. 35 Challenge: Zero Defects Program Condition Assessments every 6 months Inspectors Record Track Conditions Work Orders Worked On New Work Orders Reported REPORTS IN REALTIME
  • 36. 36 Mobility Needs: Different for each user group •  Usable •  Familiar process •  Device can be put in pocketMaintenance •  Fast development •  Simplicity •  Better platforms •  No middleware Information Technology •  Seamless synchronization •  Fast provisioning of device (15,000 records processed in less than 30 seconds) •  Responsiveness from Information Technology Engineering
  • 37. 3737 Pilot: Mobile Informer •  Production Pilot to be used at New York’s Penn Station –  Zero Defect Project •  Quick development – 4 weeks including requirements, development, testing, deploying •  Android phones (can fit in pocket) •  Intuitive / Native application •  No middleware •  Fast performance •  Simplicity meeting business needs •  Operates connected/disconnected
  • 38. 38 Application Overview
  • 39. 39 Login
  • 40. 40 Show All Work Orders and Sort Work Orders
  • 41. 41 Get Work Order Details or Create New Work Order
  • 42. 42 Problems and Remedies
  • 43. 43 Causes and Attachments
  • 44. 44 Asset Navigation
  • 45. 4545 Questions and Contacts •  Amtrak Chester Schmitt Director, Engineering/IT Business Liaison Office Chester.Schmitt@amtrak.com •  WMATA Joe Grey Director, Transit Asset Management jgrey@wmata.com •  Interloc Solutions Dan Wormald Director, Product Delivery and Mobile Solutions danw@interlocsolutions.com Greg Heape Mobile Solutions Specialist gheape@interlocsolutions.com
  • 46. 46 What is Mobile Informer? A development platform enabling the rapid development and operation of mobile applications
  • 47. 47 •  Improves productivity and data collection to enable strategic decision making •  Increases user adoption •  Takes a holistic approach to usability •  Provides simplicity for the end user •  Simple administration •  Integrated infrastructure Truly Successful Mobility for Maximo

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