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Mobile Inspection System

2007 Pontis User Group Meeting

Portland, Maine

September 6, 2007

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20,500 structures to inspect

  • 18 above-water inspection teams (2 person)
  • 4 underwater inspection teams (3 person)
  • 3 special inspection teams (2 person)
  • 100 counties, 14 divisions, 3 Area Supervisors
  • Outsourced Inspections
previous inspection process
Previous Inspection Process
  • Labor intensive
  • Inefficient
  • Not standardized

Benchmarks

Reporting time: 50%

Availability: ~ 3 weeks

solution approach

Reporting/Administration

Management

Inspection

  • Automated data reconciliation
  • Automatic Report Generation
  • Expanded Data Analysis and Graphing Capability
  • Inventory Management
  • Inspection Management
  • Scheduling/Reporting
  • Electronic Data Collection
  • Automated Data Entry
  • Voice or Handwriting Input
Solution Approach
hardware platforms
Hardware Platforms

PDA

Wearable Computer

Tablet PC

solution architecture
Solution Architecture
  • Enterprise Solution
  • Paperless Environment
  • Voice/Handwriting Recognition
  • Integrated Workflow
wireless synchronization
Wireless Synchronization

Multiple Teams

Single Team

implementation
Implementation
  • Initial rollout: October 2004
  • Currently 105 active users
  • BMU inspection teams and 5 engineering firms
benefits
Benefits
  • Improved scheduling and tracking of inspections
  • Efficiency of inspections. Inspection time is cut by almost 50%.
  • Reports are complete when inspector leaves the structure
  • Hands are free to allow climbing and use of tools
  • Data entry is expedited with the aid of handwriting & voice recognition features
  • Multiple units can be used then synchronized to the Team Lead for the final report
  • After first inspection data is retrievable for subsequent inspections
  • Transition to a paperless environment will reduce paper and copying costs
savings
Savings
  • Approximately 1,000,000 photocopies per year
  • Approximately 250,000 field printed report pages
  • 3 production copiers & maintenance
  • Labor for copying
  • Storage room for files
structure 16 currituck county
Structure #16 Currituck County

US 158 over Currituck Sound

14,867 feet – 248 spans

Multi-team inspection

contact information
Contact Information

Mike Pritzlaff

Program Manager

(919) 485-8100 x109

mike.pritzlaff@edocorp.com