A feature that tracks the progress of welding projects, including the number of welds completed, the number of welds remaining, and the status of each weld.
A feature that stores and tracks the history of each weld, including the date, time, operator, and inspection results.
A feature that schedules and manages the inspection of welds, including the date, time, and inspector.
A feature that tracks the location of welds, including the specific location within a facility or structure.
A feature that assigns welds to specific operators or teams, and tracks their progress.
A feature that provides real-time statistics on the welding process, including welding speed, temperature, and current.
A feature that stores and tracks all relevant documentation, including welding procedures, inspection reports, and certifications.
A feature that uses barcode scanning to quickly and accurately identify and track specific welds.
A feature that allows the app to integrate with other systems, such as welding equipment and (Enterprise Resource Planning) ERP systems, to streamline data flow and improve efficiency.
A feature that provides detailed reports and analytics on the welding process, including performance metrics, trends, and areas for improvement.
Allows the app to work offline for use in areas without internet connection.
Note that, These features may vary between different weld inspection apps. It's important to evaluate the features of a specific app and ensure that it meets your specific needs.