In this release we worked on the integration of the new identifier: the NFC tag. The abbreviation NFC stands for Near Field Communication and is a form of RFID. With NFC you can exchange data safely and quickly with a maximum range of approximately 10 centimeters. You do this by holding your smartphone or tablet close to the NFC tag. NFC is used, among other things, in smartphones as a means of payment and in ticket systems. In addition, users can now create and export identifiers themselves within the Cirlinq platform. For the equipment management module it is now possible to register multiple locations so that your equipment can be managed at multiple locations. In addition, we have completely optimized our IFC viewer and various bug fixes and performance improvements have been implemented.
In this release we worked on the equipment module. As a result, you can now record all your equipment and easily find it within the Cirlinq platform and the mobile application. In addition, there is the option to reserve your equipment for projects, add products to your equipment and deregister your equipment. The mobile application now also has a map so you can find all your objects on the map. Even without the Cirlinq application, users can scan the identifiers with only access to public information. Finally, several bug fixes and performance improvements have been made.
In this release, we worked on developing APIs for integration with external software packages. In addition, the possibility has been developed to export this data to PDF so that it is quickly and easily accessible to the user. New roles have been added to the Cirlinq platform and mobile application and several bug fixes and performance improvements have been made.