Your asset data model should guide all your asset inventory activities. In addition to defining what kind of assets you want to represent digitally in your asset repositories (the granularity of your model), the relationships between them (typically modeled as an asset structure and/or network topology), it should also define what kind of information/data you need to have digitally available (level of ambition in terms of attributes/parameters).
A sensible way to start setting up an asset data model, is to identify the stakeholders in your organization that may need information about your assets. Then, to have them identify the level of detail that they need, but only on such a level you are prepared to maintain for the future.
It can be costly to collect too little data, as well as too much. If you set out to have too many details, chances are greater that the data quality will deteriorate over time. Our experts can assist you in this work, having extensive experience modelling assets and complex asset structures within the utility domain. We are also very much familiar with both national and international data model standard initiatives.
A good asset data model should be the starting point for your digital transformation. We have also found that an asset data model that includes requirements related to photo and technical documentation, can be an efficient aid in the communication with service providers. It is easier for third parties to get an overview of your detailed requirements and whether they have met them or not in their deliveries, and it is easier for you to check that their delivery is complete.
In helping you to establish a good asset data model, we give you a tool that makes it much easier to check that your asset inventory meets your requirements. Setting up a sensible set of requirements enable our customers to identify what asset information and technical documentation is missing, and to prioritize the task of filling the gaps.
We offer a wide range of Asset Information Management (AIM) services and solutions with the aim of assisting our customer regain control, stay in control and utilize their asset information. This information typically includes asset information dimensions such as masterdata, technical documentation, conditional data, maintenance plans and more.
The very basis for any high-quality asset repository is a unified and well-designed data model. Verico experts will assist you in establishing or revising your model.
Supported by Verico's photography-based data inventory service specifically developed for the utility industry, you will establish a reliable high-quality asset repository
When you want to digitize your technical asset documentation, Verico will support you by a customized approach and tooling.
It may be a great challenge to ensure objective conditional assessments in asset inspections. Verico offers highly efficient processes and tools to support you in these efforts.