Routine Maintenance


Routine maintenance tasks are performed in the Oil and Gas industry every day, to ensure good operational performance. Having experienced engineers overseeing a routine maintenance tasks add to the value of the work, ensuring that maintenance tasks are done properly. Having the maintenance routines documented and available valuable for audits, reporting and planning.


BARTEC products are used to document, communicate and film prior to and during maintenance work. Using BARTEC PIXAVI mobile devices leaves the engineer “hands-free” to perform the needed work. All maintenance work can be recorded and viewed for documentation and training purposes later. Maintenance tasks can be planned using videos to explain the work to be done.



High definition SIP video conferencing for collaboration. The camera can be used for for documentation, image, storage and video sharing. The user have direct access to online documentation for data sheets and procedures. Fix any problem with pre-given or real time collaborative instruction sessions. Fewer personnel exposed to risk and reduced room for error.

Using the available networks, either 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi, the technician is able to connect to an onshore expert easily and securely. The information is available in any browser or any video conference system at any time.



routine inspection use case overview

  • 10 video enabled devices from BARTEC PIXAVI
  • 12 routine maintenance trips per year, each with 3 days duration, 3 engineers per issue
  • 0 helicopter and 0 PSV trips (scheduled inspection)
  • 0 days downtime or production stop avoided (routine, scheduled)
  • Investment: 27 400 USD upfront + 12 775 USD running costs per year
  • Documentation costs also saved
  • Basis for ROI calculations below found here




Man Hours



Annual cost reduction

432 000 USD

432 000 USD

33 days

419 225 USD

  • Electronic and error proof checklist and work order execution
  • Online directions to resolve issues faster than traditional problem solving if a situation is arising during routine maintenance.
  • Recording of routine maintenance tasks in an online training library improves training and documentation.
  • Reduction of specialists personnel on site due to remote availability and performance (e.g. overnight stays of specialists)
  • Flawless, paperless & digital documentation of circumstances and process, enabling KPI tracking and also legal compliance towards management and supplier SLAs
  • Having a BARTEC device allows for better documentation traceability