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Zonar Systems

Address 18200 Cascade Avenue S., Ste. 200, Seattle, WA, 98188, US
Phone (877) 843.3847
Fax (206) 878.3082
Email [email protected]
Website zonarsystems.com

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Zonar helps keep $500 million wind farm project moving

On a wind-swept ridge overlooking the Tucannon River, a tributary of the Snake River fed by snowpack on the distant Blue Mountains to the east, RES Americas Construction Inc. is leading the construction of a $500 million wind farm at a 20,000-acre site near Dayton, Washington. When completed, the Tucannon River Wind Farm’s 116 wind turbines will have a total generating capacity of 267 megawatts of electricity, making it Portland General Electric’s second largest renewable energy project. The wind farm is expected to produce an average of around 101 megawatts, enough to power the homes of about 84,000 residential customers.

Handheld electronic vehicle inspection reports system

Electronic Vehicle Inspection Reports (EVIR) incorporates a handheld computer/ RFID reader, wireless communication, and Web-based software applications. Together, they guide drivers of commercial trucks and in the construction markets through the inspection process, record what they find, and communicate results back to the shop quickly and accurately. It puts inspection data into a Web-based database so maintenance managers can track chronic defects, as well as chronically poor inspection habits, and schedule work so their technicians are productive. It’s all electronic, so there’s no paperwork to wrangle with.

Handheld Electronic Vehicle Inspection Reports system aids maintenance managers

EVIR, short for Electronic Vehicle Inspection Reports, is now being marketed for commercial trucks and construction markets. It incorporates a handheld computer/RFID reader, wireless communication, and Web-based software applications. Together, they guide drivers through the inspection process, record what they find, and communicate results back to the shop quickly and accurately. It puts inspection data into a Web-based database so maintenance managers can track chronic defects, as well as chronically poor inspection habits, and schedule work so their technicians are productive. It’s all electronic, so there’s no paperwork to wrangle with.