QR Stamp

What is QR Stamp?

Within Prostream it is possible to provide files with a QR code, a so-called stamp. When you are handed a printed document on a construction site, for example, you can easily check by scanning the stam whether the printed version in front of you, really is the most up-to-date version. The code is an extra check, so that you can be sure that you are not looking at a wrong print!

How does QR Stamp work?

Every PDF can be stamped (note: with files with multiple pages, only the first page has a QR code). The stamp functionality is accessible from the information screen of a document, provided that the document is a PDF.

After scanning the QR code, you will see a familiar green/red page, but with a more modern look. If you have the most up to date and therefore latest version of the document, you will see a green page and you can continue with your work. But if you have a printed version at hand that is not up to date, you will see a red page. So you know that the document first needs to be updated before you can continue. This way you avoid unnecessary mistakes!

What are the benefits of QR Stamp?

With this ‘stamp function’ you can easily check whether you have the correct version of, for example, construction drawings with you. Useful!

THAT’S NOT ALL.

With these tools, collaborating becomes a piece of cake

Go to "Tasks and workflows"

Tasks and workflows

With Prostream, every project gets a little better. Plan your projects around milestones, create fixed procedures and link all the necessary information together so that you always have all the information you need at a glance.

Go to "BIM viewer"

BIM viewer

In Prostream it is possible to convert IFC.files into 3D in order to view, edit and check them in the BIM viewer.

Go to "Annotations"

Annotations

With annotations you are able to easily adjust documents in Prostream. You are able to add notes and comments as well as attachments, stamps and images.

Go to "Automatic version control"

Automatic version control

Always work with the latest version of a document due to the version numbers automatically updating themselves. You can only view historical versions if you take action, so you always work with the most recent document.