PhotoTag Photo Management
Organize Your Photos with Categories, Tags, and Barcode or NFC data
When photos are used in your documentation process, whether for inspections, quality assurance, or proof of condition, it's essential to keep all the photos organized in one place, and easy to retrieve and manage.
PhotoTag is a cloud-based software solution specifically designed to simplify the process of capturing, organizing, and finding photos. It allows you to tag photos with barcode numbers, NFC tags, and user-defined categories. The photos are then automatically uploaded to the cloud, where they are stored securely. Easily retrieve photos by selecting tags in our web application, Android, or iOS app.
Easy-to-use mobile app
Automatic GPS and date tagging
Easily searchable image catalog
Associate barcode or NFC data with photos
Supports integrated barcode scanners on rugged Android devices
Photos are uploaded and stored securely
Easy to use, open REST API for your developers
Configurable user permissions
Compatible with the Ricoh G900-series cameras
Export for Google My Maps
Proven robustness with over 500,000 photos!
PhotoTag can be used by anyone authorized to take photos due to its user-friendly interface
No need to manually tag a photo with the date or location, since PhotoTag does this automatically.
Photos are automatically synchronized, so you don't need to manually upload photos.
Cloud-hosted solution is usable anywhere, anytime.
Photos taken by different devices and people are stored in one location, making them easy to find.
Works with your enterprise software
Categories can be applied to multiple photos without having to manually choose a category before taking each photo.
How Does PhotoTag Work?
A brief summary of how PhotoTag works is listed in the steps below each photo.
1. Scan the barcode of the product you want associated with the photo.
2. Go to the Data Template and view the barcode, NFC and custom tags (shown in green above). Add categories that you want to associate with the photo (shown in blue).
3. Take the photo. The tags and categories will be displayed on the image. The tags and categories are automatically linked to those photos and uploaded to the cloud.
4. View the image in List View, and search and manage images using the app or web interface. Images can be searched by their tags, categories, date, or GPS coordinates.
PhotoTag Web Interface Example
Use Cases: Example Workflows
Freight Claims. Incorrectly sent, damaged or missing freight can be costly and time consuming to process. Use PhotoTag to scan barcodes of the order number, pallet label or other barcode or NFC tag. Then, capture pictures of the freight as it is wrapped, staged, or loaded on trucks. As incorrect, damaged or missing freight is discovered, your customer service team can easily look up the photos and send them to a customer or logistics company. These photos serve as proof of condition and quantity as the items are shipped, and are extremely valuable for insurance-related claims. Read a case study about one of our customers, Madix, who uses PhotoTag for freight claims.
Manufacturing. It is important to capture photos of manufacturing work in process, especially when your team detects defects or other anomalies, without slowing down. PhotoTag allows you to quickly scan a barcode, such as a work order, and capture images of products or assemblies. Photos are automatically uploaded to the cloud for review and corrective action.
Inspections and Progress Tracking. Maintaining an organized history of photos can be time consuming. PhotoTag does the organizing for you! Read an NFC tag or barcode on an inspection point or location. Capture pictures of the current condition of the items. Over time, you can see the sorted organized changes to each item. If you're using the Ricoh G900SE, you can use the watermark feature to align the photos for each shot.
PhotoTag Introductory Video
Learn more about PhotoTag by watching our introductory video below.
PhotoTag Demo Video
Watch our video below to see how PhotoTag captures and organizes photos.