Review the below information prior to building an inspection to understand what OnPlan features support structural inspections.

Crack Lengths Recorded
Crack Lengths can have a set of conditions applied to drive the follow-on actions required.

These condition lists are fully configurable to 
  • how many levels (question) are set up, 
  • what colour the buttons are in the app and
  • what criteria needs to be met.

These parameters can be used to determine the severity of the crack e.g. normal, monitor, abnormal, critical

The set up of these parameters are completed by the end user via the Admin>Limits menu.

It is not mandatory to set a predefined condition list for each inspection point.

An image (2D or 3D) of a structure can be used many times. The image can be marked up to show each specific location for inspection as per the example on the right.

Each image can be viewed in the reporting model to display recorded cracks for the whole structure or for the specific location.

Location ID's
Each location to the right will have a field to define the location ID and a description for the ID. This assist with Technician with were to inspect the structure as well as analysing the cracking across a structure.
Crack Capture and History
The crack history is displayed in the mobile app, the end user can add a new crack or select from the crack history. When selecting from the history the end user defines if the crack is static, grown or repaired. Status for a crack include
  • NEW for when a crack is entered for the first time
  • STATIC if the crack length doesn't change
  • GROWN if the crack length is larger than previous
  • REPAIRED assigned once repair is complete

Mobile App
Crack Reporting
Although the inspector records cracks in a defined location, the use of the single marked up image can display all the cracks for the structure or can be filtered to a specific location as defined above.

Each crack identified has a unique parent ID and full history is recorded across the life cycle of the crack. The full history is displayed as part of crack reporting or via a table of data which can be analysed, exported or exposed via an API to another data source.