Jovix is an award-winning material readiness solution designed to support construction projects. The solution is a proprietary software system that automates the materials workflow processes and provides actionable, real-time information about the location and status of all materials needed for construction, thereby ensuring visibility and traceability of materials in transport and on site. Atlas has various clients including owners, EPCs, OEMs, Contractors, Suppliers, Fabricators and Module Assembly Facilities who have deployed Jovix on projects spanning more than 200 geographically dispersed sites including fabrication shops, module assembly yards, ports, marshalling yards and third party warehouses.
A side-by-side comparison of EPC legacy materials management system and Jovix for field transactions. ACCESS NOW BY COMPLETING THE FORM ON THIS PAGE.
Detailing the Jovix Material Readiness Solution implementation and deployment at a combined cycle power plant. ACCESS NOW BY COMPLETING THE FORM ON THIS PAGE.
This ROI Analysis and case study will provide cost savings made possible through improved efficiency, accuracy, and reduced direct and indirect labor hours. This case study will also explore the successes expected with the recently adopted Inspections and Preventative Maintenance functionality on this deployment, as the client implements Jovix beyond a location-centric solution. ACCESS NOW BY COMPLETING THE FORM ON THIS PAGE.
RFID isn’t always the answer. This project has complete material visibility through nearly exclusive use of barcodes on steel. The owner is using Jovix for their material readiness solution to support multiple EPC companies and a complex supply chain that includes multiple fabricators, marshalling yards, laydown yards, and material warehouses. Using Jovix project-wide ensures complete visibility throughout the entire material lifecycle, from fabrication to installation, no matter the EPC firm or subcontractor. Jovix provides the owner with robust functionality in reporting, trending, and predictive analytics. It is easily configurable for the owner to achieve total material visibility across the lifecycle. ACCESS NOW BY COMPLETING THE FORM ON THIS PAGE.
A refinery project in the Canadian Oil Sands is comprised of multiple EPC firms and includes an initiative to provide project-wide material visibility across multiple units and multiple contractors. The project owner selected the Jovix solution to support that initiative, which provides unprecedented visibility across all EPC firms on the project and their respective units. The primary objective of this enhanced visibility was to provide the Owner/Operator with additional cost and schedule certainty. In addition to serving as the project visibility tool, the owner also funded the transactional use of Jovix and RFID tags for contractors in order to drive transactional efficiencies through digitization and automation. ACCESS NOW BY COMPLETING THE FORM ON THIS PAGE.
EPC Firm Reduces Direct and Indirect Labor Costs by 5% Using Auto-ID and Mobile Technology Three LNG projects required multiple mainland material storage facilities, a complex, international material flow process, and a time-sensitive cross harbor logistics process. An EPC firm incorporated the use of auto-ID and mobile technology to increase efficiencies in their material readiness processes. This document will present some preliminary findings and potential savings over the life of the project. ACCESS NOW BY COMPLETING THE FORM ON THIS PAGE.
Construction Project Saves $11 Million in 24 Months Using RFID-Enabled Material Readiness The Canadian Oil Sands are home to some of the largest oil and gas companies in the world, in addition to some of the biggest construction companies – which produces a highly competitive atmosphere. One of the ways these companies are differentiating themselves is by deploying software, mobile devices and RFID technology to address common construction challenges. ACCESS NOW BY COMPLETING THE FORM ON THIS PAGE.
I really like it. I’d rather get rid of [other systems] and use Jovix for everything. Jovix was pretty easy to learn.
At first the workers were very hesitant about using the Jovix system in the field. But now, it is clear that they are highly dependent on the system. When something prohibits them from using the Jovix system (for example, the battery dying) they are quick to scream until the issues are resolved and the Jovix handhelds are put back into action.
Overall? It’s good. It locates our materials within meters. Pretty amazing.
We are extremely pleased with the Atlas Jovix system. We didn’t start the project using RFID, so we have not implemented as much as we would have liked – especially after seeing how well it works.
It seems every day Jovix is able to provide additional benefits not originally realized.
The more I work with you guys, the more I am impressed with your ability to deliver industry-best project assessments, quotations, plans, and deployments in a heroic time period and with a high level of quality that is reflective in everything you do. -Materials Manager
Knowing who signed for items, when they were received, when they were moved, and where they are currently located. The traceability is huge.
Being able to find materials. Also the accuracy. I could find materials under two feet of snow.
That map on the server is the biggest ‘wow’ factor you guys have right now. The older guys & the younger guys all love it. That shows the power of Jovix.
Being able to configure the layout is great.
I love that you can take pictures. Especially for OS&D’s, but also because it can show us exactly what we’re looking for. We don’t know what all these materials should look like, and it makes us look dumb. So if we have pictures, we can do our jobs better.
It is good to know we can rely on the GPS and tracking for correct location of spools when the paper trail fails.