Faster, Accurate and Cost-effective resolution
Schematic diagrams are the go-to technical document for service technicians working in the field of electric or hydraulic repairs. Complex schematic diagrams are very difficult to handle and cumbersome to refer to and comprehend. Using paper or static digital images is time-consuming and prone to errors.
Enabling Service Technicians to view and interact with schematics will provide many benefits:
- Enhance clarity of Electric, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic connections or flows
- Improve productivity of Technicians in diagnosing and resolving issues
- Improve safety and avoid costly mistakes
- Faster resolution of repair issues leading to overall better customer satisfaction
- Reduction in training and technical support costs
Mize Interactive Schematic Viewer
Mize Interactive Schematic Viewer enables all service personnel with the ability to access and interact with schematics in any web browser and on any mobile device.
Mize Schematic Viewer can enhance the interactivity by providing the ability to:
- Zoom in and Zoom out of schematics
- Highlight and follow the connecting lines
- Navigate easily through the interlinked schematics
- Index and make the schematic meta-data searchable
- Show important properties of connectors (wires, pipes)
- Link to all Service Content and Illustrated Parts Catalogs
Complete Schematic Solution powered by Mize Knowledge and Parts Catalog
Mize Schematics solution enables you to:
- Access and View Schematics using standard SVG file formats supported by most of the web browsers without the need for any plug-in
- Access and View Schematics from any iOS or Android mobile phones, and Tablets
- Publish schematics from any CAD software saving time and resources in making these schematics available for the service organization
- Manage cloud-based repository of schematics that are easily searchable using the indexed metadata of the images
Request a Demo today to learn how you can improve the productivity of your service technicians and improve customer experience with Mize Interactive Schematic Viewer.