During the on-site implementation process, our data coordinators verify your space and asset data then create 2-dimensional Revit® models of the revised floor plans which are uploaded to AkitaBox. Asset data is then added to the software allowing you to overlay different pins to denote the room or equipment location and type.
PlanView starts off as a blank floor plan within AkitaBox and allows you to display different assets or rooms by type using filters that are customized to your team. Every room and asset is designated by a color-coded pin type on your floor plans, including but not limited to electrical, fire and life safety and mechanical equipment. You can also add new assets and spaces to your floor plans from the field.
Each pinned space or asset in your facility has its own profile, allowing facility teams to easily access any data associated with that space or asset, including O&M manuals, warranty information, make and model, serial numbers, technician notes and physical location. You can also add additional data fields to meet your team’s specific needs.
You can establish custodial or housekeeping zones to help your teams identify cleaning responsibilities, review cleaning processes and procedures and assign specific trades to streamline processes. Cleaning or maintenance checklists can also be uploaded to the space and asset profiles for team members to reference.
No more trips to the plan room or searching file folders for manufacturer information. Documents are accessible to your technicians in real-time from any mobile device with an internet connection. All files and photos housed within AkitaBox can also be saved locally to a device with a simple download.
The reporting section within the building’s dashboard gives you a holistic view of your buildings’ space and asset data. See the total number of rooms and assets across individual buildings or by the floor of those buildings.