PrecyseTech program progresses AECOM's safety and efficiency

AECOM, a $19 billion engineering company, improved efficiency by implementing PrecyseTech's Remote Entity Awareness and Control (REAC) solution. AECOM's Steve Frasier, director of equipment operations for AECOM, explained the service so far has improved asset utilization, equipment maintenance and work safety among the REAC solution's benefits.

AECOM originally relied on a manual process to track their engine states and keep an eye on indispensible assets, but now with the REAC solution and its vehicle agents, that's a thing of the past. By combining the existing technologies of GPS along with active radio frequency identification, REAC vehicle agents allows for real-time tracking, no matter where the asset -- which can be anything from a boat to a truck to a forklift or even a welding unit -- is located.

“This AECOM project further expands the breadth of industries and applications for which PrecyseTech’s REAC solution provides meaningful benefits," Drew Bolton, vice president of global operations for PrecyseTech, said in a news release. "Whether a client is looking to use this big data to improve asset utilization and equipment maintenance, remotely monitor and wirelessly control physical assets, improve worker safety and security or enhance workforce management, PrecyseTech’s suite of REAC solutions provides superior situational awareness and asset management automation via a cost-effective, real-time solution with minimal infrastructure requirements."

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