Project Blueprint
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How Does It Work? The Process At Work
Introduction Project Initiation
Why Roomdata™? Briefing
Reports Design/Documentation
Guided Walkthrough Construction
Training Commissioning/Bar-coding
Security/Technical Requirements
Commissioning and Bar-coding

In conjunction with Blueprint's RoomData™ system, the Bar-coding module allows unprecedented efficiency in the later stages of any large project.

By using RoomData™ on-line via laptops on a W-iFi network, in conjunction with Bluetooth bar-code scanners, Blueprint can capture an assets barcode directly into the on-line database as items are delivered and/or commissioned.

Bluetooth based barcode readers and laptops are used, as a completely wireless solution. Barcodes in hard to reach positions within 10 metres from the PC can be captured.

This solution provides the ability to capture barcodes against an item at the point of affixing the barcode. The Blueprint bar-coding solution minimises any chance of error, effectively providing an audit of what has been documented for purchase in Room Data Sheets, versus what has been purchased, or relocated from other facilities.

A great feature of bar-coding items directly into RoomData™ is the ability to confirm the details of the asset, other than the barcode at the time of capture. Model, colour, specifications, warranty details, exact location, etc...can all be confirmed and/or amended on the spot, on a single database on-line.

The Bar-coding option is available as a cost effective module, in conjunction with the RoomData™ system.


Project is completed. Via 'my libraries', all room and item details are saved, including attributes, for re-applying next time around.

At the completion of bar-coding a single database is then extracted, and given to the Facility Maintenance and Financial System software providers of choice, effectively kick starting their process of setting up the new facility. In some cases, expensive physical audits are not required.