Are you wasting valuable time rummaging through hard drives, DVDs, and VHS tapes to find the information you need from your sewer inspection data?

If you answer “yes” to the following four questions you’re definitely not storing your sewer inspection data in the cloud.

In fact, you’re still working like it’s 1999. And that’s no way to work. Not in 2019.

So, take the test and find out if you’re still using a 20th-century workflow.

Are you ready?

Does this scenario sound familiar?

You need to find the video of a damaged segment of pipe in order to target that location for a spot repair. So, you spend hours digging through old school media like DVDs, hard drives, and VHS tapes to find it.

That’s if you find it. You hope that you’ll find it. You know it’s there…somewhere. Maybe you just need to ask someone else to help you find it. It will turn up, hopefully.

How about this scenario? Familiar?

You send a contractor out to do a sewer inspection. The contractor completes the inspection, leaves the site, travels back to the office, pulls the video from the camera, copies it onto a flash drive (or DVD), and puts it in the mail to you.

Several hours later – maybe even the next day – you receive the flash drive containing the video. As soon as you look at it you let out a big sigh because you know it needs to be re-done. The quality is poor. So, you send the contractor back out again.

The contractor goes through the same routine, copies the video onto a flash drive (or DVD) and puts it in the mail to you again.  If you’re lucky, you receive the new video that same day. If not, the next day.

You’ve now waited two days to see an inspection video.

  1. Are you using a patchwork of legacy software?

Keeping track of permissions and user abilities is difficult. Your contractors need access to certain data while your engineering department needs access to other data.

You assign user abilities and permissions on a “need to know” basis and it isn’t easy keeping track of them all. In fact, people are getting access to things they’re not supposed to see or don’t need to see.

You start to wonder if there’s a better way to work, in 2019.

  1. Are you having trouble uploading sewer inspection videos?

Uploading sewer inspection videos to the internal office server isn’t easy. In fact, only the more tech-savvy employees can do it themselves. Everyone else needs to ask for help.

If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions it means your spending more time reacting to emergencies and less time making preventative maintenance decisions.

You’re still working like it’s 1999.


Store Your Sewer Inspection Data
In The Cloud With t4 Vault

T4 Vault is an easy-to-use cloud-based solution with military-grade security. It stores your sewer inspection data in the cloud and makes it instantly available across your organization and to approved vendors.

t4 Vault allows you to…

  • View PACP inspection videos and images on all devices

  • Save your original data as a secure backup

  • Perform powerful searches to retrieve the information you need. Search by contractor name, PACP codes, pipe names, dates and more.

t4 Vault allows you to instantly collaborate across departments (engineering, operations, maintenance, contractors and supervisors) and works with your existing GIS.

Storing your sewer inspection data in the cloud with t4 Vault allows you to…

  • Easily deposit and retrieve inspection data

Stop digging through DVDs, hard drives, and VHS tapes.  When you store your sewer inspection data in the cloud with t4 Vault it’s easy to both deposit and retrieve data. You can now find the exact video you need in a matter of seconds.

This makes it easier to collaborate across departments. Problems will no longer get out of hand because you’ll be making preventative maintenance decisions. Instead of running around putting out ‘fires’ you’ll be able to stop them before they break out.

  • See inspection videos immediately. No more waiting.

Cloud sharing via t4 Vault for CCTV sewer inspections means you’ll never have to wait for inspection data to arrive again. Upload videos from any device and see inspection videos as soon as they’re made.

  • Use one solution instead of a patchwork of legacy software

Cloud sharing for CCTV sewer inspections via t4 Vault means you use one solution instead of a hard-to-manage patchwork of legacy software. Managing user abilities and permissions is a breeze with t4 Vault because the administrator can easily see – at a glance – who has access to what. Everyone sees what they’re supposed to see and nothing else.

  • Verify video quality before the contractor leaves the site

T4 Vault cloud sharing enables you to see problems with video quality right from the office, while the contractor is still on-site. This means no more re-dos. If a video isn’t clear you’ll be able to ask the contractor to shoot it again right away.

  • Easily upload videos without asking for help

T4 Vault cloud sharing means your least tech-savvy employees will be able to easily upload videos and data to the internal office server on their own. They’ll no longer have to ask your IT staff for help.

t4 Vault users include…

  • Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County

  • City of Joliet

  • City of San Leandro

  • City of Coronado

  • City of Foster City

“t4 Vault™ allows the Sanitation Districts to store its sewer inspection videos on the cloud and allows us to reduce our in-house storage, and also provides easy access for Districts personnel as well as contractors to retrieve the data and inspect the videos.” Darrell Hatch, Supervising Engineer at Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County


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