Easily Collect Data During Inspections with GraniteNet WebInspect

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Easily Collect Data During Inspections with GraniteNet WebInspect

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CUES is proud to introduce GraniteNet WebInspect, a browser-based inspection app designed to perform inspections and collect information about municipal assets, such as manholes, including MACP v7 Level 1, hydrants, lift stations, grease traps, light poles, signage, etc.

Perform and track tasks such as valve turning, smoke tests, brush cutting, snow plowing, and more. Collect GPS points, water quality samples, flow tests, assess sewer backups — virtually any type of asset assessment or task can be quickly deployed for your organization using WebInspect, with or without your existing GIS maps. (Note: Some customization can be an added cost.)

All that’s needed is an internet connection and virtually any device with a browser, such as a mobile phone or a tablet. There’s no software to install on any user devices to use GraniteNet WebInspect. 

Streamline operations by enabling real-time, map-driven, task-oriented workflows for greater efficiency and productivity. For example, cleaning and jetting truck operators working in the field can look up their current location in the WebInspect map and initiate a “Cleaning and Jetting” task straight from their wirelessly connected device. When finished, the “cleaning status” information will be updated in real time so that supervisors in the office can see the color-coded status in the map to know which lines have been completed — to enable CCTV inspections to be scheduled against the cleaned lines. 

Contact CUES today for a demo and see other types of assessment tasks available.

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