Machine Knowledge Software aids in-field troubleshooting.
December 7, 2012 -
Documenting knowledge about machines and systems, iSchematic gives clients access to validated schematics, interactive training, and troubleshooting. Screen view depicts how specific component works and provides its technical information, while user experience features help workers with different knowledge backgrounds apply maintenance information effectively while working in field. Electrical schematic lets technicians identify components by highlighting them on 3D pictogram of machine.
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Updates to iSchematic Online(TM) Improve User Experience
IntelliSchematic adds features to iSchematic to enhance its interactive features and user experience.
Screen view of the component page within an iSchematic Module that depicts how a specific component works and its technical information.
Improving the user experience increases the relevancy of iSchematic to diverse workforces,” said Laura Owens. “These new features help workers with different knowledge backgrounds apply maintenance information effectively while working in the field. Buffalo Grove, Illinois
iSchematic, a product of IntelliSchematic LLC., recently unveiled new features that allow its users to troubleshoot and process information about their facility's machines more effectively. These improvements include a redesigned component page and an updated electrical schematic layout. Both updates will help workers identify a machine’s components efficiently and encourage interactivity with their facility’s process information.
The renovated component page utilizes screen space by managing a central location to display technical content rather than on different, individual pages. The change helps make component information more accessible and enables technicians to use the application efficiently. The updated layout also optimizes iSchematic Modules for mobile devices.
Each redesigned electrical schematic allows maintenance technicians to quickly identify components by highlighting them on a 3-dimensional pictogram of the machine. Workers can easily distinguish specific electrical components on any machine to understand they’re function and overall role.
“Improving the user experience increases the relevancy of iSchematic to diverse workforces,” said Laura Owens, Production Manager, IntelliSchematic LLC. “These new features help workers with different knowledge backgrounds apply maintenance information effectively while working in the field.”
At its foundation, iSchematic documents knowledge about machines and systems at any company. iSchematic gives its clients access to validated schematics, interactive training, and a progressive platform for on-the-job-troubleshooting.
About IntelliSchematic LLC.: IntelliSchematic, and sister company TPC Training Systems, are a divisions of Telemedia, Inc. – a privately held company located in Buffalo Grove, IL. Leaders in technical, safety, and machine-specific training, IntelliSchematic and TPC have trained over 3.2 million workers at 35,000 companies by employing proven resources rooted in employee development. IntelliSchematic utilizes technology to deliver machine-specific information, training, and process knowledge to workers in any industry.
For additional information about IntelliSchematic, iSchematic, and TPC Training Systems visit http://www.ischematic.com or http://www.tpctraining.com. You can also contact us at 800-837-8872.
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