Real-Time Work-in-Process and Materials Tracking Systems
Construction Applications of BellHawk
BellHawk Systems provides real-time work-in-process and materials tracking
systems for organizations that manufacture building materials for the construction industry.
BellHawk specializes in providing tracking systems for those organizations that
make or process custom and semi-custom parts to order.
Applications have included:
Tracking the manufacture and installation of curtain wall windows
Tracking the quarrying, cutting, and shipping of granite cladding
Tracks the receipt, storage, and movement of building materials
between multiple geographic locations, including stock-rooms,
warehouses, yards, and construction sites.
Tracks materials by length, width, color and other user defined
parameters with a common part number.
Tracks the issuance, movement, and return of tools and other assets,
including the locations of tools, who they are issued to, and
which truck they are on.
Provides a real-time view of the status of all materials and tools
at all locations anywhere there is an internet connection on tablets,
PCs, and smart-phones.
Tracks the cutting, welding, fabrication, painting, and assembly of
architectural elements and retains a traceability record in case
problems subsequently occur and it is necessary to establish legal
Automatically generates barcode labels to accurately identify each
component, sub-assembly and assembly to be installed on site.
Records the packing of materials to be shipped to site, including
generation of barcode labels
Tracks the loading of materials and tools onto trucks and
keeps a permanent record of what was shipped to site in case disputes
subsequently arise as to what was shipped.
Can track the receipt of materials on site, their storage in
different locations on site, and their installation.
Tracks the return of materials and tools from job sites.
Materials tracking systems provided by BellHawk Systems for the
construction industry perform data capture using of ruggedized mobile
computers, with embedded barcode scanners, tablets, laptops, and PCs with
Bluetooth connected barcode scanners. Occasional on-site barcode scanning
can also be performed using the cameras in smart phones.