UCM (eCOE) Mobile offers a mobile solution for COE inspectors in mission where UCM is already deployed. It allows the capture equipment serviceability and self-sustainment service acceptability details (including pictures) during inspections. It also allows documenting the concurrence of contingent representative at the end of the inspection engagement.
UCM (eCOE) Mobile will continue to work while offline and minimize data reentry and clerical errors by automating the data synchronization with UCM . It acts as an intelligent inspection worksheets allowing even the sharing of inspection findings between peers without any server interaction.
UCM (eCOE) Mobile is not a replacement but it complements and integrates with UCM to simplify and streamline the inspection workflow.
UCM (eCOE) Mobile only runs on OICT recommended and supported models of tablets.
For any issue, please check the documentation on iSeek and also liaise with your local UCM Focal Point.
Our 24/7 reachable Unite Service Desk (USD) is also available to help.
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This app uses the Device Administrator permission.
The app uses 'android.permission.BIND_DEVICE_ADMIN' permission to make sure that the device running the app has a screen password set up.
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