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Field Eagle

Field inspection & safety audit software

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Field Eagle overview

Field Eagle is a mobile field inspection software solution for the mining, construction, transportation, oil & gas, and utilities industries. The system is made up of the FE Server, which allows administrators to manage assets, inspections, assignments, inspectors, clients, templates, and reports, and the FE Tablet for inspectors to conduct inspections and generate reports in the field. Users can create and customize generic inspection templates which support unlimited item hierarchies for complex inspections, and manage data including documents, inspection items, regulatory bodies, and standards.

When conducting inspections, inspectors can add missing items as necessary, capture photos with their tablet’s camera, mark up photos, make notes, scan barcodes and RFID tags, compare inspection answers in real time, and electronically sign final reports. Custom modules, API integrations, and reporting & analytics allow users to configure the system to suit their requirements.
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Pricing

Starting from
$5000/year
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Devices

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Markets

United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa

Supported languages

English, Portuguese, Spanish
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Field Eagle pricing

Starting from
$5000/year
Pricing options
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Field Eagle features

API
Activity Dashboard
Activity Tracking
Automatic Notifications
Electronic Signature Capture

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Additional information for Field Eagle

Key features of Field Eagle

  • Report templates
  • Failed inspection tracking
  • Code enforcement
  • Inspector dashboard
  • Activity reports
  • Inspector performance reports
  • Item hierarchies
  • Asset condition reports
  • Punch list reports
  • Final compliance reports
  • Barcode & RFID scanning
  • Inspection comparisons
  • Inspector & client sign-off
  • Item notes & photos
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Benefits

The inspector module includes a dashboard for tracking current activity and assigned inspections, and performance reports with details of each inspector’s average condition rating and their number of average fail and pass inspection points.

Generic inspection templates can be created and customized, with support for complex inspections through unlimited item hierarchies.

Inspectors can add items to inspections as necessary when out in the field, record notes, take photos of items using their device’s camera, and mark up photos to point out defects.

Users can generate a range of reports, such as asset condition reports which provide users with details the condition of selected assets over time, including a list of completed inspections completed, punch list reports to highlight critical, major, and minor compliance issues, and final compliance reports with cover pages, client detail pages, item hierarchy lists, charts, inspector-client inspection sign offs, and more.

Serious defect notifications (SDNs) allow inspectors to record critical actions required, with explanations of defects, to appear in the final report, and inspectors can compare current and previous inspection answers during inspections to check whether prior issues were fully rectified or if they have recurred.