Everyone’s eyes are front and centre when you collaborate with a SKYSITE SmartScreen that boasts ultra-clear 4k resolution and puts the focus where it should be: on the topic at hand. Our intuitive and smart screen is powered by a formidable Intel i7® PC and has 20-point touch-screen controls so you can draw and mark-up your documents for all to see, ensuring greater comprehension and discussion. With built-in screen sharing and screen mirroring , you can easily share any of your devices with the group.
Whether in the conference room or a construction trailer, a SmartScreen enables meaningful collaboration by displaying your content where everyone can see, interact with, and discuss it. Resolve problems faster and find the best solutions by leveraging the combined talents of your team and giving them the best tool for the job.
With the SKYSITE SmartScreen, your team can work collectively to create a plan and determine the steps they’ll need to take. Once they’re ready to put their plan into action, it’s easy to send documents, notes, and images directly from the screen to participants and stakeholders.
Your documents and information are safe with us. Our team of document conversion experts keeps a highly secure chain of custody as seen in the workflow below meeting the most stringent requirements. Our facilities and processes are HIPAA compliant.
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SmartScreen offers three-step simplicity to connect to external devices for screen mirroring. Users can share screens from their PC, Mac, iOS or Android device. Install the software, open the screen mirroring app and start wireless screen sharing. Your strategic vision will stand out as it should, on the Ultra-HD SmartScreen.
SmartScreen owners start sharing your screens now. Install the mobile screen sharing app here.
The comprehensive SmartScreen is a full feature touch screen monitor powered by an internal Intel® i7 PC and designed for the unique needs of AEC professionals.
Powered by an Intel® Core™ i7 processor and equipped with both Windows 10 and Android operating systems, SKYSITE SmartScreens offer fast, easy access to presentations, videos, BIM models, hyperlinked drawing sets, spreadsheets, estimating software, and more. Content that was previously stored in your apps or computer becomes truly collaborative when you use a SmartScreen to facilitate meetings and presentations.
Focus on what matters and collaborate intelligently with a SmartScreen that strips away your reliance on static drawings and makes aggravating connectors and dongles a thing of the past.
SmartScreens give your team the right tools to improve their interaction not just with each other, but with your documents, data, and drawings. Connect everyone to the current set and markup, modify, and annotate in real-time to create an accurate account of changes, takeaways, and next steps.
SmartScreens are built strong, to meet the rigorous requirements of AEC professionals and withstand the conditions of temporary worksite settings.
Improve productivity and drive results with technology that works as hard as you do. Available in multiple sizes, SKYSITE SmartScreens are constructed with impact resistant glass and equipped with a wall mount. Heavyweight mobile support stands are also included and allow you to safely and easily move your SmartScreen around the office so you can enjoy the freedom of movement without fear of damage.
The SmartScreen allows our teams to seamlessly track everything, collaborate effectively, and have very productive meetings. It is a truly indispensable tool for our project mangers.
Document Scanning is the process of converting hard copy paper documents into electronic file formats to reduce storage costs, and allow more flexibility in searching and sharing the documents with others.
We can scan paper as small as a business card, all the way up to Maps and Drawings 60” wide by any length, even 20 feet long!
Yes, our methods of scanning can create a multi-page file, most commonly PDF, even having thousands of pages into one PDF file.
95% of all paper we scan will be converted to a PDF file. On rare occasions, we also scan to a TIFF file format and sometimes others.
Yes, be sure to ask for “Color” or “Auto-Color” when requesting service from your vendor. Auto-Color is a method where the scanning equipment examines the page image as it is being scanned, and if there is color present on the original page, then the images saved will also be in color. Otherwise if there is no color on the original, then the image is saved as Black & White.
You certainly can, but be aware that images containing color are much larger than images of just black & white. This is why the Auto-Color option has become a very popular choice for customers.
OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition. When scanning paper, the immediate result is an image (or picture) of the page. The text on the page is not actually held as “Text”, instead it appears to you and I as text, but it is actually a series of pixels (dots) that form the shape of text. Therefore, in the immediate scanned image, no text is actually present. Next, we run the image file through specialized software that examines the shapes that are formed by pixels, comparing the shapes to actual text characters and then finds the closest match, to create a representative text file. Most commonly, the representative text can then be searched to find specific words or phrases that might have existed on the hard copy paper.
The OCR result is only as good as the original hard copy image that it was scanned from. If the original was clean “machine printed” text, then the OCR result can be as accurate as 98% or 99% at the character level. However, if the text on the original was obstructed, or if the original page images was weak in contrast or poor in image quality, then the accuracy of the OCR will quickly diminish
Yes, the OCR result can be saved to .doc or .docx format, but understand that much of the formatting characteristics, such as tab indenting, numbered or bulleted lines will be lost or not carry the actual formatting characteristics. If you are seeking to have pages scanned to MSWord formats, be prepared to spend time editing the results, and cleaning up the OCR’d text to make the Word file fully usable.
In addition to the file naming and/or naming of folders; There are two other ways to search and find electronic documents. First involves associating metadata (aka index data) to the files created. By associating this metadata, some software tools will allow the user to search the metadata to find specific documents. As an example, you can associate a document type such as “Contract” to your electronic result, and also associate a date of expiration of that contract. Therefore, you could search for “Contacts” that expire between a certain date range. The second way to search is by applying OCR technology to create a text representation from the original, where that text can also be searched. So now, you could search for “Contacts” that expire between a certain date range, and that also contain a specific name or phrase, to further refine your search.