The Maintenance page contains the current maintenance status of your organization's hardware and allows you to set up customizable training procedures and schedules to ensure your fleet is ready to go.
Maintenance in DroneSense consists of procedures, schedules, and a history of when maintenance has been performed on the hardware. You also can perform maintenance as needed, or "ad hoc."
All maintenance history is tied to the hardware and team member who performed it, so you can track everything all in one place.
Here are some articles that describe how to use the Maintenance feature:
Maintenance Training and Certification
Looking for more detailed training on the Maintenance feature?
The DroneSense Academy offers in-depth training modules that walk you through all the different elements of how Maintenance procedures, schedules, and history work and connect to everything else on the DroneSense platform.
Completion of the Maintenance training module will contribute to our DroneSense Web certification, which may also qualify as credit toward your agency's training requirements.
Click HERE to access the DroneSense Academy to see what's available.