Remote inspections can take many shapes or forms. For the most part, they involve a specialist based somewhere, and an inspector located on an inspection site somewhere else. A “non-technical” local inspector may be dispatched at the request of a specialized technician or engineer or on behalf of a customer. Should he not have the exact skillset required for a specific and technical inspection, an inspector will then remotely be instructed by a competent person who could well be based on the other side of the world. He may then be requested to follow instructions step by step and to report live about his findings. Reports often happen live through a set of specialized goggles, from site to the specialist’s desktop PC.
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