No more bits of paper everywhere
Just one foto instead of a hundred words
I am most definitely among them and as I have learned from my clients, I’m not the only one who likes to make life easier with a photograph. Regardless of whether it’s a recipe or a crack in the wall: With a simple click, I can create a mental aid on my smartphone. I take my recipe with me to the supermarket where I can buy all the ingredients. I can send the photo of the crack in the wall to the painter by e-mail asking for an appointment.
Our clients, too, are increasingly recording information without a keyboard or paper. But, if in one day, a pile of 200 to 300 images were to pile up, this would quickly lead to more instead of less work. So that this doesn’t happen, we came up with a software solution at dawin that is currently in the beta test phase. It’s called spicture Beta and is a smartphone application that runs on all operating systems, namely iOS, Windows and Android.
The special thing about it is that a description with keywords, or so-called tags, can be added to the photo straight after it’s taken. This is done - how could it be any other way with dawin - using speech input. The spoken word is turned easily into a written text through voice recognition and a transcriber service. Thanks to the “marriage of image and classifications”, order is brought to the image chaos. The images can be sorted, classified, sent, printed, posted or e-mailed. During the first extension phase, a web service is available for that.
Further configuration levels are planned. The application is also to be customised, i.e. individually adapted and it can also be installed on non-public servers.
If you want to find out more about spicture Beta, contact Dr. Dirk Nordwig.