With the conjectPM QR-Codes and your mobile device you can always check wheter the drawing or document version is the current version, even if the document was printed.
Once enabled in the backoffice by CONJECT, you can position a QR-Code on your drawings and/or documents. Here is the explanation how you can manage the QR-Code function.
Note: you can use QR-Codes only on PDF documents.
- Go to the task “Administration”.
- There you find “QR-Code”.
- Now you can decide to use the QR-Codes function only for documents, drawings or both.
- Dynamic: The size of the QR-Code will be scaled automatically to the measurement of the document, so the space for the QR-Code is the same on DIN-A4 or DIN-A0.
- You see an example QR-Code.
- Manually: You can choose the position and the size of the QR-Code by yourself. The size of the QR-Code does not depend on the size of the document. That means that the Code takes more space on a DIN-A4 than on a DIN-A0 document.
Note: The best way is to assign a blank space for the QR-Code on your drawing header to test with various scales and sizes.
When scanning the QR-Code on the drawing/document using the QR-Code-Reader on your smartphone or tablet, the following information will be displayed:
- Document name
- Creation date
- Version (Revision / Status)
You will see whether or not the drawing/document has been approved and is the newest revision:
To be sure that the QR-Code is working correctly, you have to check the following status options for plans.
- Click on "Status Check". Now you see the 3 main status values which users can see when they scan the QR-Code.
- In "Configuration" you see all the status values which are set up for your project. With the green checkbox you can choose your values which should be shown after the scan.
- Activate or deactivate this view to see if a approved drawing has a non approved revision which is newer.