Say goodbye to paper and pen field notes.
With TPAS, transcription errors are eliminated and condition libraries – either standard or custom – mean fewer discrepancies among surveyors. Visual and numerical data are fully integrated and literally at your fingertips in a single location.
TPAS saves time in the field and in the office.
TPAS increases efficiency on-site and virtually eliminates office time spent renaming photos and transcribing field notes. Each digital photograph you take is automatically named with its location and other data according to your needs, and hyperlinked directly to the corresponding annotation on the digital drawing. Deliverable drawings are practically complete before you leave the site.
TPAS is adaptable, customizable and user-friendly.
TPAS annotations are easily customized to match your project nomenclature and data capture needs. Field technicians don’t need prior experience with AutoCAD to use TPAS in the field, and we offer web-based or live training to help you take advantage of all that TPAS has to offer.
“BBB found the export of data to spreadsheets to be quite helpful in validating the quantities of crack and spall conditions. This proved helpful when working with our client to evaluate the project’s scope against available funding.”
-Larry Gutterman, Project Manager, Beyer Blinder Belle
TPAS is easily integrated into existing workflows.
Data gathered with TPAS is exportable to Excel and other database applications, streamlining the production of cost estimates and bid documents. TPAS uses standard AutoCAD functions.
But you don’t need AutoCAD to reap the benefits of TPAS.
Once a survey is complete, you have the option of uploading data, photos, and drawings to a cloud-based Web Portal to allow for even more powerful analysis of survey data and collaboration among multiple project team members. Survey data can be uploaded to the Portal in near real-time during a survey project, allowing same-day viewing of conditions data, photographs, and drawings by remote team members.
“The best part of this was the smoothness of the RFI process. Usually, you’d be half way through the building and still be submitting RFIs. I had them all done and compiled and to the engineer before I was done with the survey with pictures and documents. The engineer could come up with his repair details and scopes while we were working through the mockups. It beat that process by at least a month.”
– Pat Holmes, Structural Group
The TPAS Web Portal’s collaborative features and go-anywhere accessibility make it ideal for construction administration and other multi-user project applications.