The SafeEx software provides a full electronic audit trail, detailing equipment data, changes, inspection results, history, reports and much more. The data is collected directly on the tablet or smartphone and synchronized to the SafeEx web system.

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SafeEx Intro video:

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SafeEx software

SafeEx is a stand-alone equipment inspection and maintenance software and an extension to an asset management system / enterprise resource management system.
It manages inspections and maintenance routines via a web system, where a user, e.g. a Project Supervisor, manages the daily tasks.

The tasks are downloaded to the handheld device, which guides the inspectors and maintenance staff though the job that needs doing. Hereafter, the handheld device is synchronized with the web system and all results of the inspections and maintenance tasks performed are uploaded – along with any register data updates.

The SafeEx system consists of the following base components:

  • Data storage facilities

SafeEx has as all other software tools, a need to store data. Data is stored in our server located at Hetzners’ prime data center in Germany. The SafeEx server features a modern backup and recovery system, enabling advanced specific recovery or rollbacks. We do also provide an optional on site server solution.

  • RFID Chips

The RFID chips are a fundamental component of the SafeEx system as they provide an excellent measure of control, enabling the system to determine whether the Inspector is inspecting the intended equipment or the neighbor equipment. SafeEx can utilize most RFID types. Read more about the RFID chips here.

  • Handheld device(s)

Another equally fundamental component is the handheld device, which the inspector uses while performing his inspections etc.. SafeEx currently supports a range of different types  of handheld devices, all with on board RFID scanners. Read more about the handheld devices here.

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