What is a Photector Event?

What is a Photector Event?

An event is a catalog of photos (up to 20) that captures the exchange of equipment along with providing date, time and GPS location with the ability to flag photos for review through the Photector app.  An event also includes OCR to capture text and numbers from images and the ability to share an event with anyone.  An event can only be captured using a smartphone or tablet (iPhone or Android).

For example, an event can be used to capture container damage, Bill of Lading or POD. Events can also be captured in asset management or anything else that warrants photographic proof of condition and documentation. 

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