Lifecycle gully management solution for inspection, cleaning, and maintenance
KOREC Capture’s Gully module is a full, end to end, gully cleansing, recording, and reporting system. Ideal for contractor use, it combines a sophisticated data collection method for manging cleaning programmes, and for end clients, a high-quality record of the on-site work completed.
Collect date, time & location of each gully being cleaned, as well as current silt levels, and any cleaning omissions
Analyse photographic evidence of work completed or issues encountered which are tagged to individual gullies
Respond via the mobile app and assign field crew to a new inspection site
Preconfigured forms for recording gully inspections including time, location, silt levels, cleaning, and defect reporting
Ability to attach photos of works completed and rule-based form completion to ensure all data is recorded correctly
Position and populate new gullies identified in the field using Capture. Accuracy can also be improved with the addition of external GPS if required
Proactively administer, schedule, and manage gully cleaning operations using desktop portal job assignments
Intelligent scheduling based on historic data held in desktop portal
Realtime updates of full network cleaning progress and automated reporting through preconfigured dashboards
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