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Apr 2015: Successful installation of 400MW in the UK during March

In the 4 weeks of March we helped our clients connect 400MW across 40 PV plants, before the UK ROC1.4 deadline. Our implementation and operation teams managed to successfully deliver according to each project requirements. Inaccess retains its leading position in the UK market, exceeding 1.1GW of installed capacity.
 
 

Mar 2015: Inaccess and Maintenance Assistant partner to revolutionize the Solar Power Industry

Toronto, Canada and London UK, 10th March 2015 – Maintenance Assistant Inc, a global provider of cloud-based maintenance management software, and Inaccess Inc, the leading centralized site management provider for solar and telecom assets, today announced they have entered into a strategic partnership. Under the terms of the agreement, Inaccess, and its group of companies, will offer existing and new customers a full-featured, Inaccess branded CMMS maintenance management solution that integrates seamlessly with its vendor independent monitoring and control system. The deal combines Inaccess expertise in operation, performance and fault management remote monitoring solutions with Maintenance Assistant’s expertise in multi-tenant cloud CMMS software. 

 

“This strategic partnership with Maintenance Assistant demonstrates our commitment to innovation and technology leadership. Our company constantly strives to excel in order to fulfill our customers and partners needs, in a fully integrated approach”, said Christos Georgopoulos, CEO Inaccess. “Through this partnership, we can deliver a fully integrated, optimized and cost effective solar plant maintenance management solution, differentiating our product portfolio and providing added value for our customers.” This new technology promises to redefine best-in-class maintenance at solar plants around the world. Real-time, rich diagnostic and fault data is sent directly from Inaccess’s monitoring platforms to Maintenance Assistant’s Cloud CMMS platform for immediate follow-up. This smart system will also help Inaccess customers maximize the value of their assets by proactively managing them through their entire lifecycle.

 

Daryl Sedgman, Chief Technology Officer at Maintenance Assistant commented: “The growth of the Internet of Things has opened up a whole new world of innovation and connectivity. Maintenance Assistant is focused on building innovative cloud solutions with actionable endpoints for real-world M2M applications. Working with Inaccess to develop an integrated solar management solution is another exciting milestone for us, as we continue our aggressive advance into the IOT, the cloud, and beyond.” The ongoing strategic partnership with Inaccess demonstrates the power and flexibility of the MA Connect API while delivering enormous value to both new and existing Inaccess and Maintenance Assistant customers.

 

“Our multi-tenant, highly scalable, cloud-based architecture enables Maintenance Assistant to be a technology enablement platform for customers and partners like Inaccess” said James Novak, COO. “In addition to the integration of the solutions, Inaccess will also distribute the co-branded MA CMMS Platform to their customers. This represents a major differentiator for Maintenance Assistant as we expand distribution of our platform with strategic partners into new vertical markets and geographic areas.” 

 

The monitoring and control system of Inaccess is an integrated, vendor independent solution for the centralized management of geographically distributed solar plants and telecom sites. Offering accurate fault recognition and real-time performance monitoring, it guarantees smooth operation and maximizes performance. The system continuously monitors the supervised equipment to detect operation failures or under-performance spots. With MA CMMS integration, Inaccess offers a complete end-to-end operation and maintenance solution. If any system fails, the machine health data is sent to the CMMS where work orders are automatically triggered and assigned to the appropriate mechanics. This eliminates the human element in both recording meters and scheduling maintenance, ensuring critical maintenance happens on time, and before the issue turns into something more serious. Directly accessing live machine data will help improve maintenance response times, reduce downtime and eliminate inefficiencies. A fully productive installation ultimately drives more money to the bottom line. The full holistic solution is sure to be the envy of any managed asset’s owner or operator.