We’re thrilled to announce the Oxalis team has been working on an NSRP Rapid Adoption Project (RAP), in partnership with the Navy and Fincantieri Marine Repair (FMR), to expand the capabilities of the Oxalis Ship Repair Mobile Application. This new functionality will support the digital capture of records, including Condition Founds Reports, improving efficiency and decreasing the cycle time to submit various records.
Key Mobile App Capability Updates
- Support new record capture in the Oxalis Ship Repair System, including Condition Found Reports
- Mobile record creation is built for scale and expansion, with the ability to support any type of record, such as Hot Work Permits
- Leverages existing functionality of the mobile app including offline capabilities
A Quick Recap:
In 2022, Oxalis completed a pilot of the first release of the Oxalis Ship Repair Mobile Application in partnership with FMR. Oxalis developed a secure, offline-capable mobile solution for digitally executing checkpoints, including capturing signatures. This led to a number of benefits for shipyards and their customers, including:
Following the success of the pilot with FMR and the rollout of the mobile app to multiple shipyards, Oxalis was awarded an NSRP RAP to expand the capabilities of the mobile application to support Condition Found Report capture. The Oxalis Ship Repair Mobile App is an integral part of the larger Oxalis Ship Repair System, which acts as a central hub for coordinating and managing work and document flows throughout the repair process.
NSRP Rapid Adoption Project (RAP)
Why RAP? The Rapid Adoption Project model enables a collaborative framework for the development, delivery, and pilot of new technologies and processes to improve efficiencies across the U.S. shipyard industrial base. Through the program, Oxalis is able to quickly develop, iterate, implement, train, and pilot the solution with Fincantieri Marine Repair in less than 6 months.
The Rapid Adoption Project encompassed two critical aspects:
As of June 2023, we anticipate development and pilot testing with FMR to be complete by August 2023. The next steps are to execute the first pilot availability using the updated Oxalis Ship Repair Mobile App.
The Rapid Adoption Project is not about proving technology. We’ve proven technology, mobile technologies through OSRS. The benefits of this system aid an underserved and distributed workforce. Its software capabilities for Shipyards and Maritime companies are unlike anything on the market today.
– Micah Waldstein – Director of Product Management
The implementation of the Oxalis Ship Repair System has demonstrated significant improvements in Maritime and Shipyard processes. Our commitment to continuous improvement, extensive training, and thorough field testing ensures that our solution meets the specific needs of these industries.
We are expecting to conduct a webinar demo later this year and are excited to continue to share updates with you.
Count on Oxalis, for experienced maritime technology solutions and get the results you deserve. We believe that our work on our NSRP app could be of great interest to you to scale your operations.