Lack of accurate location data

The absence of precise location information on any given asset can result in higher works costs, an increased likelihood of damage and a greater risk to health and safety. 

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Accidental Damage

Service strikes can lead to injury or death as well as service interruption. Underground assets are increasingly difficult to detect using traditional techniques and protecting them becomes challenging. Direct and indirect damage costs can be significant.

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Data that’s inaccessible and outdated

Underground asset data needs to be instantly accessible both in the office and onsite with minimal delay between recording that data and making it available to your works teams and third parties. 

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Fragmented asset data

Underground asset data can often exist in isolation from other business data such as site plans and other asset records.

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Hardware issues

Onsite contractor staff and field operatives often work in challenging environments. Equipment must be resilient, portable and easy to use. Using unproven hardware can lead to problems relocating assets and increase commercial risk.

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Compliance requirements

Meeting an increasing array of standards and regulatory requirements is challenging.

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