September 2019

Asset Vision’s New and Improved Generation 7 platform has now been released!

Generation 7 has been a long time in the making, and brings a significant number of enhancements and fixes to both iOS and Android based platforms.

Enhancements which form part of the Generation 7 release include:

  • Ability to manage Estimated / Remaining / Actual quantity against Maintenance Jobs.
  • Inspections can be scheduled in advance on the web, and then completed on devices
  • Ability to use Timesheets to capture work effort for Inspections, Maintenance Jobs and Capital Works
  • Customer Requests Module – appears on the side menu and can be used to manage customer requests / CRM’s.
  • Custom Forms can be configured and attached to Maintenance Jobs and Capital Works
  • Capital Work locations do not have to link to Assets, and can be freely defined as a Point, Polyline or Polygon
  • Capital Work Tasks are linked to a standard set of Activities and their Unit of Measure
  • Inspections show in a Map View as you are driving, enabling you to also see existing existing open Jobs
  • And many more!

We look forward to continuing to support more of our clients’ processes through the Asset Vision platform!

Asset Vision’s Generation 7 platform overview is attached below:

Asset Vision Generation 7

We are thrilled to welcome our newest NSW client, Goulburn Mulwaree Council (GMC) to our Asset Vision Platform!

GMC was looking for an easy to use CMMS solution which could support its Asset Inspection and Maintenance objectives across Council-owned assets, as well as managing its upcoming Road Maintenance Council Contract (RMCC) with Roads & Maritime Services (RMS).

One of the in-built benefits of Asset Vision is to share maintenance responsibilities across multiple organisations in a seamless and efficient manner. With RMS already utilising Asset Vision across their road network, GMC is able to seamlessly connect their Asset Vision organisation with RMS, undertake their maintenance activities in Asset Vision, and both parties benefit from a seamless and transparent reporting process.

Asset Vision was chosen as the preferred solution for GMC due to its superior out of the box functionality, it’s ease of use and integration with respect to the RMCC, as well as its flexibility in adapting to GMC’s evolving requirements.

Moyne Shire Council is taking on the Asset Vision Platform to manage their Road and Bridge assets.

Inspectors and Crews have utilised Asset Vision for several years as part of an agreement with VicRoads in the South West Region to manage VicRoads-owned road assets.

Council is now adopting Asset Vision for approximately 1,500 Council-owned road and bridge assets, with footpaths and culverts to follow soon after.

We look forward to working closely with Moyne Shire Council to deliver our easy to use, yet robust Asset Maintenance Management System.

About Moyne Shire Council

Moyne Shire is located on Victoria’s south west coast, about four hours’ drive from Melbourne and just to the west of Warrnambool.

From the rolling green pastures that support the dairy industry to the stunning coastline beaten by waves for thousands of years, Moyne Shire is a diverse and exciting region. Moyne is an area where you can feel at home in a spectacular natural landscape, with a strong community spirit and vibrant lifestyle to match.

Moyne Shire indeed lives up to its vision statement – a safe, vibrant, liveable, and prosperous community.

Further information regarding Moyne Shire Council is available at:


Asset Vision was the Coffee Sponsor at the the National Local Government Infrastructure and Asset Management Conference at the Rydges Hotel in Melbourne.

We had a great time speaking with representatives from various Councils around Australia, and demonstrating our Asset Vision Platform. We even picked up a short mention in a Government News article the day after:

Thanks to all who came and had a chat with us – we look forward to seeing you again soon!

About The National Local Government Infrastructure and Asset Management Conference

The Fifteenth National Local Government Infrastructure and Asset Management Conference will
continue the tradition of:

Further information is available at: