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Replay’s PitchPassport 365 'streamlines operations', says managing director
09 Mar 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
PitchPassport365 features heat-mapping technology to highlight areas of wear and tear

UK-based synthetic turf maintenance specialist Replay Maintenance has launched PitchPassport 365®, a new tool, that includes an app and online platform, which the company claims is set to ‘revolutionise’ the recording and traceability of synthetic turf maintenance and become a benchmark in the industry.

It is designed to enable communications between the manufacturer, installer, maintainer and the facility, allowing them to input historical, current and predictive maintenance information about the turf. The information gathered can then be used to identify and resolve minor maintenance issues before they become major concerns.

Key features include a usage calculator and heat mapping technology, which uses an embedded algorithm to produce a map of the pitch depicting areas of wear and tear. It also features both online and offline functionality.

Garry Martin, Replay managing director, says: "With PitchPassport 365 we now have a tool that not only streamlines our operations but offers tracking and traceability of works that has never previously been available. This enhances health, safety and asset protection and removes grey areas and burden of proof."

Martin adds: "Using the metrics obtained from PitchPassport 365, Replay can use the information to enhance future offerings."

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