FlukeConnect Brings Maintenance Data to the Cloud

May 12, 2014
FlukeConnect app gives maintenance techs access to test data in real time on their smartphones and the ability to push it to a common database in the cloud.

Everett, Wash. -- Fluke has released a new app for smartphones that brings maintenance data gathered from test tool to smartphones and the cloud, giving technicians field access to maintenance record, and the ability review measurements in real time with team members and supervisors, at the same time, increasing the safety of technicians working with energized equipment.

The Fluke Connect system allows maintenance technicians to wirelessly transmit measurement data from their test tools to their smartphones for secure storage on the cloud and universal team access from the field. More than 20 Fluke tools connect wirelessly with the app, including digital multimeters, infrared cameras, insulation testers, process meters and specific voltage, current and temperature models.

Technicians can AutoRecord measurements and infrared images to Fluke Cloud storage from wherever they’re working, without writing anything down. Everyone on the team with a smartphone and the app can see the data.

Team collaboration is made easy with ShareLive video calls, where technicians can share measurements with other team members in real time, get approvals for repairs or get questions answered without leaving the field.

The Fluke Connect app features EquipmentLog history, which allows technicians to assign measurements to specific equipment, creating a cloud-based history of test measurement data for easy access during both troubleshooting and reliability maintenance. And TrendIt enables technicians to instantly graph data, helping to identify trends and quickly make informed decisions.

Fluke Cloud storage is built upon state-of-the-art security, including secure access, electronic surveillance, multi-factor access control systems, built-in firewalls and encrypted data storage.

The Fluke Connect app for iOS is available now and can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store. The Android version will be availble the first week in June from the Google Play Store.

For more information, visit www.flukeconnect.com.