Register for Free Webinar and Demonstration of TPAS

TPAS capabilities are always evolving in response to the unique needs of our clients and to embrace advances in technology.  Register here for a real-time demonstration and Q +A featuring the cloud-based Web Portal that allows teams to share data, analyze, generate reports, and export online.

Date: Wed, September 30, 2015
Time: 12:00pm Eastern
Cost: Free

TPAS Webinar Feb 26 2013 – Register Here

Free TPAS Webinar
FEB 26, 2013 (Tuesday)
12:00 EST

Join us for an overview of the functionalities of TPAS including new and upcoming features. Q + A will follow.

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TPAS software uses AutoCAD functions and formats you probably already know. It’s loaded into a ruggedized tablet PC linked to a digital camera along with project drawings letting you experience total digital inter-connectivity on site by entering graphical and numerical data, photographs and notes directly into your existing files.

And now, web-based TPAS report portals allow you to interactively search, view and format all project data and photographs within an internet browser.  You can create, edit and print reports from the browser without opening AutoCAD. This new feature  reduces the time and resources your project team spends on reporting tasks for complex, data-driven projects.

Vertical Access uses TPAS for existing conditions documentation, but its applications are as limitless as the reporting needs for your architecture, engineering or construction projects.

Kelly-with-TPAS-CUFor more info:

  • Article: Transformative Technology – Tablet PC Software Modernizes Facility Condition Assessments, Properties Magazine
  • TPAS Technical Highlight (download pdf)

Questions? Contact Kelly Streeter, PE at  kelly@tpasllc.com

Web reporting with TPAS

Web-based TPAS reports allow you to interactively search, view and format all project data and photographs within an internet browser.  You can create, edit and print reports from the browser without opening AutoCAD.  The new TPAS report portal summarizes and aggregates survey data to allow all project stake holders to communicate more efficiently about site observations and quantities.  Once the data is brought into the portal you can create printable web and pdf reports to easily share information with others.  This new feature 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.

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For a recent Vertical Access project, five technicians were on site for five days and took over 3000 observations on one building.  The complete report deliverable, with the new web report, was delivered to the client within five business days of the team leaving the site.

Play with a beta web report site to see how powerful it is to have all observations and photos available in the cloud.  For a guided tour, register for our next webinar on June 4th at noon EDT.

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TPAS Free Webinar on www.tpasllc.com

The January 23rd TPAS webinar was well attended and allowed us to introduce some great new capabilities.  If you weren’t able to make it, you can view the video chapters of the webinar at the TPAS website.   As always, feedback is important; it helps us to prioritize future improvements and features, so please get in touch to let us know what you think.

The content is split into six chapters:

  1. Welcome
  2. What is TPAS
  3. Why use TPAS
  4. TPAS Demo
  5. ROI
  6. Web-based reporting

Free TPAS Introductory Webinar – January 23, 2012

For this webinar we will review all of the basics, as we did in our Intro webinar in October.  We will also spend more time describing where we are going with TPAS.
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Web-based TPAS reports allow you to interactively search, view and format all project 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.

Date: Monday, January 23, 2012
Time: noon – 1:00 pm EST

After registering you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to login to the webinar. Hope you are able to make it!

Read more about TPAS

Keep in touch

Free TPAS Introductory Webinar – October 4, 2011

TPAS uses AutoCAD functions and formats you probably already know. It’s loaded into a ruggedized tablet PC linked to a digital camera along with project drawings.  TPAS lets you experience total digital inter-connectivity on site by entering graphical and numerical data, photographs and notes directly into your existing files.

TPAS enables you to…

  • Use standard and customizable block libraries and attributes to create customized documentation of conditions
  • Gain maximum insight into conditions on-site, digitally
  • Differentiate your service
  • Establish or maintain client relationships by providing higher quality, value-added reports

Register for our free webinar to see how TPAS can work for you with this live demo and  Q+A forum.

Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT

After registering you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to login to the webinar. Hope you are able to make it!

Read more about TPAS