Infrastructure has always been a necessary part of life, but for some time, until recently it was not at the forefront of the general public’s mind. Now with the newly passed infrastructure bill and the heightened concerns of safety of buildings, bridges and rail, infrastructure inspection processes are being closely scrutinized.
In addition, with the public eye on infrastructure inspections, inspectors are challenged with working individually, remotely and having digital data. By having efficient, safe, and accurate inspections infrastructure can ensure continuity of the supply chain, and safety of the lives of civilians who use the assets.
Digital Inspection Reports are necessary for accurately, and efficiently capturing and documenting information during an inspection of infrastructure. They also optimize costs and help companies meet regulatory, health, safety, quality, and environmental needs.