The configurable and interactive tree structures provide a true representation of your technical assets and biomedical devices and can be linked with a Geographic Information System (GIS).
They make it easy to search for and navigate through information as well as group it using criteria (functional, location, national hospital equipment registry number, etc.)
Structures can be changed easily with a simple drag and drop. These changes are archived and dated in the system, allowing you to see how your facilities were structured at any specific past date.
A complete record is kept on every asset (biomedical, technical, computerised, etc.). This record contains information on vital statistics, such as technical characteristics, assigned operational units, equipment registry category, dimensions, related multimedia documents, hardware configuration (software version, add-in boards, etc.) and depreciation values. It also keeps track of historical data, including maintenance histories, status of materials, QSM register, and scheduled preventive and statutory maintenance inspections.
Mimic diagrams of your various networks (electricity, medical fluid, video, telephony, etc.) make it easy to prepare maintenance work and allow you to assess the consequences of problems on assets that use them.
CARL Source tracks readings (hr, kWh, m³, °F/°C, etc.) so that you can keep consumption low and set up predictive maintenance. It can be connected with your information systems (inspection, measuring, and test equipment, BMS, etc.) to automatically read values on meters or information from detected alarms.
The tree structure shows the spare parts list so that you can check available quantities, locate storage locations, and other important information. Each list of spare parts is updated to show the quantities of parts used to perform maintenance.