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Date:1/4/2013

, but Intelliwave gets you into the driveway,” he said.

Another area of tracking is a “cradle to grave” approach in which expensive components are tagged by the manufacturer and tracked to a project. “The owner of a project would never substitute an inferior product, but procurement staff can go out and order a $40,000 valve and find exactly what they need for $30,000 and think they have a real deal — it looks the same as the genuine valve, but it is a counterfeit,” said McGowan. “The metallurgy is different.” And when the project is a nuclear power plant, such substitutions can’t be tolerated.

Just back from a North Carolina nuclear project where Intelliwave technology is being looked at to ensure the “pedigree” of the products used, McGowan said the rise of counterfeit parts from Asia is a risk. “We have to ensure the general population’s safety, it’s not just for the workers anymore.”

As well, customers can see the exact progress of their projects. “You can’t say ‘we’re almost finished’ when the customer can see that you clearly aren't,” he added. Tracking container shipments is also part of Intelliwave’s offerings and Beard showed a Google map with an overlay of the route one container took recently. Travelling from Vancouver by barge to Idaho, then by truck through Montana en route to Alberta, the shipment took a detour along the way.

“Because this was in real time, with the GPS tracking the head office was aware that the driver had taken a wrong turn in Montana. He was out of cellphone range, but when they contacted him, you can see he turned back,” said Beard.

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