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September, 2008 (11 years ago)
September, 2018 (1 year ago)
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bluebee® is a unique tool designed "for the worker of tomorrow" to capture information from the field and to enforce best practices.

By enforcing systematic recording of failures, non-compliances, and work done, the integrated bluebee® solution provides a technical knowledge base to support technical teams' daily work and to facilitate management decisions.

Running on smartphone or tablet, the solution works with any back-office maintenance management database.

With the first release of bluebee® in 2008, Siveco China has pioneered the development of Maintenance 4.0 technologies, putting man – not machine – at the center.

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Support for work execution

bluebee® supports all onsite activities: receiving work orders from any back-office system, reporting work done, inspection results, meter readings and measurements. bluebee® also allows users to visualize trends and graphical reports.

Onsite audits and management

With bluebee® tablet, managers conduct site surveys (safety, energy, maintenance). Non-compliance and risk areas are instantaneously reported.

QR codes, RFID tags, NFC and Beacons…

Areas, equipment and inspection points can be identified by QR codes or RFID tags. Scanning guarantees that technicians are physically present. The latest Beacon technology allows bluebee® to automatically detect related work orders upon entering an area. Using WeChat or any other QR code scanning App, users can simply report problems with their phone by scanning the equipment QR code. This easy-to-use solution motivates everyone to report incidents and help prevent disasters, in line with industrial best practices such as those of Lean Manufacturing (or TPM).

IoT and Connected Objects

bluebee® connects to Connected Objects such as Bluetooth instruments and sensors, as well as to SCADA/DCS/BMS via bluebee®  sync. With bluebee®, the workers play the key role in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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