Before the due dates of your preventive events can be automatically calculated, you first need to enter the date and counters that correspond to the last time a specific maintenance operation has been performed. 

This means that, when you first assign a maintenance plan to an asset the Railfleet scheduler will create an initial event for each maintenance operation. This event will appear on the Operational Dashboard and on the Maintenance Planning Dashboard. 

To get started with your preventive maintenance plan for a specific asset, you’ll need to close each initial event (either on the Operational Dashboard or on the Maintenance Planning Dashboard) and enter the date (and counter if applicable) of the last time this type of operation has been performed on the asset in question.

Based on that information and the available (manual or telematics) asset data we’ll then calculate your maintenance planning more accurately.

The following article explains in more detail how the due dates are calculated: How average usage and due dates for preventive maintenance are calculated on Railfleet

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