The Occupational Safety and Health Administration – OSHA – is nothing new for those involved in Smart Water inspections. For employers who send contractors and employees into the field to perform critical tasks, like manhole cover inspections, ensuring their safety and their adherence to OSHA standards is not something that can be taken lightly.
In most industries, timing is a critical component to overall efficiency. The fewer delays involved in data compilation, the more timely a response can become.
Learn how electric co-ops can automate their current workflows to collect organized data, drive compliance, and improve results.
The worlds of traditional civil engineering and modern technology have been merging like never before, especially in the past few years.
When do most water collection system and infrastructure inspections take place? Generally, the answer is: after something has gone wrong.
Water collection systems are critically important to the functioning of any area. Be it rural, suburban or urban, without a system in place to collect water – stormwater, wastewater or other water – there’d be trouble.
Location data is critically important for most industries around the world.