Applications + Proofs of Concept + Prototypes + Developer Tools
A low-barrier facility life cycle ecosystem enables rapid deployment
of applications and a modular approach to creating new solutions.
Build in once, use it many times.
The Space and Equipment Planning System (SEPS) was moved into MAX.gov in 2013. Since then new functionality has been added. Data such as the 1691 equipment database are now hosted on MAX and accessible to other applications. SEPS Master Tables are available as a web service for other applications to connect to.
iFM proofs of concept evaluated the viability of extending MAX.gov to support the needs of the facility life cycle. The results can now be used to define the next steps in the creation of the iFM Platform on MAX.gov.
iFM is a low barrier, low friction way to create facility life cycle applications quickly that connect to owner data. It enables end users to have access to data in many new ways.