SMART Enters Alabama !

With five substations, the City of Troy, Alabama, has selected SMART from MinMax to assist them with their substation asset management, inspection, maintenance, and repair. They liked the rich library of SMART with pre-populated substation-maintenance-related information, its ease of deployment and operation, and the cloud-based flexibility. They were impressed with the instant readiness of SMART,…

SMART 5.0 Released

The major highlights of SMART 5.0 are: Offline Mode – Ability to perform inspections in an offline mode when there is low/no cell coverage GIS-enabled – Ability to capture and assign latitude and longitude coordinates in decimal format and display equipment on a Google map Work Orders – Automatic Work Order generation from scheduled inspections…

SMART Selected By a Midwest Public Utility as Their Substation Inspection Tool

After a two-month long pilot study of SMART, a leading public utility from Missouri has selected SMART as their software tool for substation maintenance and inspection. The utility will maintain and inspect 16 substations with a focus on record management and NERC compliance. SMART was selected for its intuitiveness, cloud-based functionalities, primary focus on smaller…