Chambers, Murphy and Burge Restoration Architects, are development partners for TPAS™ and have been utilizing the tablet-based digital annotation system in the field to document conditions and observations on their historic building restoration projects. In the article, Transformative Technology – Table PC Software Modernized Facility Condition Assessments, published in the October 2012 issue of Properties Magazine , Michael Sanbury and Elizabeth Corbin Murphy describe how this technology has streamlined their processes of assessments.
Date: January 23, 2012
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 EST
Join us for a demonstration of the new web-based reporting feature of TPAS – the tablet PC annotation system that let you enter data directly in AutoCAD drawings in the field.
Web-based TPAS reports allow you to interactively search, view and format your field-captured data and photographs within an internet browser. You will be able to create, edit and print reports from the browser without opening AutoCAD. The new TPAS report portal will summarize and aggregate data to allow all project stake holders to communicate more efficiently about site observations. Once the data is brought into the portal you can create printable web and pdf reports to easily share information with others. Ultimately, this will reduce the time and resources your project team spends on reporting tasks for complex, data-driven projects.
Applications are as limitless as the reporting needs for your architecture, engineering or construction project, ranging from ASI and RFI reports to memos documenting hazardous condition or high priority items.
Register for our free webinar to see how TPAS can work for you with this live demo and Q+A forum.
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