The magazine of the Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) published an article: "Supporting the lifecycle of energy infrastructures with Smart O&M" by Siveco China.
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The bluebee® app "for the worker of tomorrow" is now available in Thai. The first project is currently under implementation in Chonburi province. Thai will become a standard language pre-installed in bluebee® by the end of Q1 2020.
According to the 2017 "Maintenance in China" survey, 94% of respondents pay more attention to maintenance, yet 54% of the maintenance teams have never been trained on maintenance management and methodologies.
At the end of 2019, Baida Air (www.baidaair.com.cn) expanded its usage of Siveco's computerized maintenance management solution Coswin 8i.
Coswin 8i is now available in Korean, one of the over 26 standard languages pre-installed in Coswin.
Calcium aluminate technology expert Imerys Aluminates selected Siveco to upgrade the existing CMMS to the latest Coswin 8i.
On November 27, Siveco China Thailand team joined the Future Energy Show Thailand 2019 in Bangkok.
Siveco's Vice President Paul Wang was interviewed by China Business News (CBN Daily), the nation first market-oriented financial daily, during Siveco China's 15th anniversary conference in Shanghai on the theme of "Smart O&M Development".
Automotive supplier Marelli selected Siveco to upgrade the existing Coswin maintenance management system to the latest Maintenance 4.0 version.
The development of the bluebee® for smart glasses, a standard plug-in for the bluebee® mobile O&M app, has entered a new phase with the launch of the first customer implementation project.