Asset Care Counts Digital Transformation

Asset Care Counts Digital Transformation

Posted 30 June 2019
A key focus for the ALS strategic vision is the development of innovative technology to drive the improvement of asset integrity and reliability services. Read this issue of Asset Care Counts to learn more about the 10 steps to digital transformation.

10 Steps to Digital Transformation

One of our key focus areas for the ALS strategic vision is the development of innovative technology to continually improve our asset integrity and reliability services. The organisation through our interactions across a wide variety of clients understands that the future direction of testing and inspection will be the effective collection, use and visualisation of critical data.

Our technology partner, RedEye, shares our vision and is dedicated to improving the way organisations own and operate assets and critical infrastructure. Here are their 10 steps to help asset owners begin their digital engineering journey. 

Digital transformation, industry 4.0, digital twins, internet of things, etc., – there are plenty of buzz words about the future of asset management, but most of our customers struggle to understand how to begin the digital transformation journey. For organisations that own and operate critical infrastructure, one way to achieve this is by following these 10 steps: 


The 10 Steps to Digital Transformation:

Our Vision and Team

ALS and our partners are passionate about helping our customers successfully transition their integrity and reliability systems into Industry 4.0. We have both commercialised and under development initiatives underway which provide end users with a completely different perspective of asset health.

The business has a dedicated team to provide reliability and integrity solutions and consulting services.

This team is not only supported by our extensive group of technicians, inspectors and engineers but partners such as RedEye. This enables us to work proactively with our clients to understand your issues and tailor a transition plan which suits both priorities and budgets. 

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