Galooli is constantly seeking out opportunities to provide our customers with real-time, insightful monitoring and updates on their entire remote infrastructure. From expanding our current tools, to new features and industry leading solutions to maximizing operations enterprises’ energy efficiency and carbon footprint.
Though our current platform provides a comfortable, centralized location to remotely monitor and manage your assets, it still requires using a computer terminal of some sort to access. Fortunately, that is finally about to change. Our clients will have visibility, monitoring and real-time alert capabilities in the palm of their hand.
Galooli is Going Mobile!
Introducing – The Galooli App. Our all-in-one mobile platform that offers a simple and easy-to-navigate overview of your remote assets from anywhere, any time. Instead of relying on multiple applications related to each asset or sector, our comprehensive mobile platform provides a centralized place to actively monitor all of your facilities and energy sources.
What did we change?
Our app provides a complete breakdown of your remote assets with easy to identify icons, alerts relating to their behavior and performance, and even their physical location using a map overlay. You can also search for specific sites or units, receive real-time alerts to any unexpected activity, and find navigation information to reach a specific asset.
The app supports 8 different languages and is as relevant to the manager in his office as it is to the technician on his way to check out a malfunction. Speaking of functionality, our application is fully supported on both Android and iPhone devices.
The mobile platform is designed in a storyboard format, to easily navigate between remote assets and keep performance data organized. Each storyboard carries its own detailed information on that particular asset depending on the KPIs being tracked. The assets are also categorized by their geographic location, so those that are the most relevant, or those closest in proximity, can be displayed first.