NEW THERMAL IMAGING SOFTWARE DELIVERS INSTANT REPORTING AT JUST ONE CLICK!

Two new software packages which cut thermal imaging engineers’ survey/reporting time by 20% by streamlining the data capture, input and analysis procedures associated with thermal imaging report generation and maintenance monitoring,  have been developed by thermographic services specialist,  Ti Thermal Imaging Ltd.

 TICOR™is believed to be the first Android-based thermal imaging reporting application which provides immediate one click report generation. Installing the software on an android tablet enables engineers to enter data from a thermal imaging camera directly into the tablet and produce instant diagnostic reports while they are still on site with just one click at the end of each TI survey.

The TICOR™ software can also be integrated into WEBCOR™Ti Thermal Imaging’s new online predictive maintenance and condition monitoring programme – and, again with just one click, the data captured on TICOR™ can be uploaded onto WEBCOR™to provide data comparison and tracking of any changes to give early indication of potential issues or problem areas.

Both software programmes are compatible with any thermal imaging cameras that produce images in various formats as well as the recently-launched Seek Thermal camera attachment for mobile phones.   They provide a particularly efficient solution for monitoring and managing thermal imaging information for multi-site operations.

 Ti Thermal Imaging is currently offering engineers a free three-month trial of its new TICOR™ Android-based thermal imaging reporting application.*

 Key Features

  • Ability to report during inspection / survey
  • Generate a one click report
  • Built on knowledge based libraries
  • Built for android
  • Load correction formulas for electrical inspections
  • Thermal indexing formulas for building inspections
  • Pixel counting for spot measurement
  • Preload inventory
  • Check images in one click

 Key Deliverables

  • Review report on survey completion quickly with minimal fuss
  • Reduced reporting time on survey completion
  • All reports created using common sentences
  • Latest technology software and tablets
  • Campaign management
  • Auto fault find based on mathematical formula
  • Measure distance between spots directly from image
  • Easier inspection routes
  • Quickly ensure correct image path names

The software packages are the brainchild  of Richard Wallace,  Managing Director of Ti Thermal Imagingwhich has over 12 years’ thermographic surveying experience, and were born out of his frustration at the length of time engineers have to spend manually copying data to produce a report after a site visit.

Wallace says:  “Engineers currently spend around an hour for each four hours of surveying, manually transferring data from TI cameras and cross-referencing and matching it with the images, and I thought there had to be a more efficient way of producing reports.  We looked at what was available on the market and none of the software we found did what we wanted it to do.  We’ve worked with a software specialist to create the TICOR™ and WEBCOR™ programmes so that engineers aren’t spending another two hours producing reports at the end of an eight hour survey.”

Wallace adds:  “Thermal imaging is so extensively used throughout the manufacturing industry from line management – for example, monitoring control panels, roller bearings and motors –  through to distribution (eg; LV switchboards, electrical panels and distribution boards) that TICOR™ and WEBCOR™ will provide engineers with a cost-effective, time-efficient method of capturing and reporting data instantly and facilitating condition monitoring and predictive maintenance on an on-going basis.”

www.thermalimaging.co.uk

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