- SAP direct through NetWeaver Gateway (on-line only)
- LatLonGO web client embedded inside SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC), for SAP-PM Work order planning and SAP-MRS scheduling
- LatLonGO mobile touch client embedded inside SMP3.0/Work Manager 6.1 OpenUI (sometimes connected) for Work order execution and close-out
To provide the simplest possible workflows for end users, a LatLonGO map is embedded within Work Manager. This allows an end user to see work orders and notifications on a map, without leaving Work Manager.
The two-way LatLonGO app interface with SAP Work Manager providing spatial context to SAP-PM work orders, notifications, operations, equipment and functional location in the field and
- efficiently install, inspect, maintain, and repair assets in the field
- mitigate the risk of injury by helping workers complete safety checks and follow safe work practices
- streamline processes by eliminating paper work and shortening work cycles
- reduce maintenance costs by working to standards
- get better visibility and improved analytics by capturing higher quality real-time data
- keep assets running at peak performance with shorter response times and timelier maintenance
- complete safety checks and follow safe work practices to protect employees
From within Work Manager, the user can
- locate themselves on a map, using GPS
- view the GIS network representation of a SAP-PM technical object on a map
- view a work order (via linked technical object) on a map
- view a notification (via linked technical object) on a map
- get turn-by-turn offline directions to an object on the map
- create redlines, linked to a notification. These can be viewed in the office later.
- select a GIS object and create a work order or notification on that SAP technical object
- select a GIS object and list work orders or notifications related to that technical object
The embedded LatLonGO map contains a high quality HERE base map, plus layers such as electricity or gas network that have been extracted from the utility’s GIS. Having all this data local to the device allows the map to continue to fully function when the device is offline. The integration is done using the OpenUI framework that is part of SMP3.0.