It wasn’t too long ago that the equipment group completed, assembled and packaged, by hand, their inspection sheets and auxiliary information, then batch submitting their inspection report packages. It then took time for the package to be received, sorted and reviewed. Only once this process took place could equipment be schedule for repair, maintenance or other action.
However, times have changed and through innovation, business activities have been sent into warp speed, information is needed quicker and actions need to happen sooner. How do you keep up? The short answer is real-time reporting.
From an equipment team that was completing hard copy inspection documents, in the field, across North America. To a team of tablet armed inspectors relaying real time data in an instant.