MissionOS was chosen by Gamuda to continue the relationship which the successful delivery of the Metro phase 1 and has now been tasked with taking over all of the web based TBM monitoring and integrating this with instrumentation results, hazard building and borehole data in real time. The systems will also prepare production shift reports in a semi automated manner using direct data feeds. MissionOS will also help Gamuda to keep track of drive parameters on the highly flexible Herrenknecht variable density machines and will provide analytical tools to assist the engineers to optimise production. A significant advance, Maxwell GeoSystems have successfully driven data latency below 2 mins even on the older PLCs and will achieve near real time with the latest connectivity. Following the successful completion of the Singapore Powergrid tunnel and the KVMRT phase 1 the Maxwell MissionOS has been redesigned as a completely configurable data system aimed at infrastructure development and ongoing maintenance management. Through this platform Gamuda are able to design any data model and integrate this into the general construction management, ultimately factoring technical data into the commercial management process. To find out more - Maxwell GeoSystems will be holding a launch party for the MissionOS at the World Tunnel Congress in Dubai on Tuesday 24th April 2018.