ORGANISE SITE PHOTOS FASTER

SeePilot Snap helps your team to quickly organise site photos, giving context to images and making them easily searchable.

ORGANISE SITE PHOTOS FASTER

SeePilot Snap helps your team to quickly organise site photos, giving context to images and making them easily searchable.

Are your site photos

Organised?

Watch Snap in action and see the benefits for yourself

Are your site photos

Organised?

Watch Snap in action and see the benefits for yourself

How Snap can help you

Your site photos don’t have to be disorganised and a headache waiting to happen.
They should be easy to work with, saving you and your team time so you can get the real job done.

A plan-based photo timeline

Photos organised by location and time, adding context to images and grouping them together.

Find 'that' photo
with ease

Quickly filter by date, location, custom tags and people to find the photo you need in seconds.

Sync photos with
your team

Instantly access the site photos your team takes, all saved online and not filling up your phone.

Join the growing list of teams saving time with Snap.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are my photos stored?

All photos taken with Snap are stored securely in the cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and hosted in Australia. AWS is one of the world’s most secure and durable technology platforms. They maintain many industry-recognised certifications such as ISO 27001. The AWS CloudFront service helps Snap users outside of Australia by duplicating their assets onto AWS servers located closer to them, speeding up access.

Does it work without internet or mobile signal?

Yes, you and your team are still able to take photos with Snap and log them when offline. All of the changes will be synchronised to the cloud when you come back online again. You can also pre-load all of the plans for your project so you will have access to them offline.

Who can see my photos?

Your photos can only be accessed by you and members of your Snap Project. If you or a team member creates a report from your photos or a sharable link, then anyone with that report or link will also be able to see the contained photos.

What happens if I change phones?

If you lose your phone or get a new one, just install SeePilot Snap again and login to see all of your project photos that have been uploaded to the cloud.

Join the growing list of teams saving time with Snap.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are my photos stored?

All photos taken with Snap are stored securely in the cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and hosted in Australia. AWS is one of the world’s most secure and durable technology platforms. They maintain many industry-recognised certifications such as ISO 27001. The AWS CloudFront service helps Snap users outside of Australia by duplicating their assets onto AWS servers located closer to them, speeding up access.

Does it work without internet or mobile signal?

Yes, you and your team are still able to take photos with Snap and log them when offline. All of the changes will be synchronised to the cloud when you come back online again. You can also pre-load all of the plans for your project so you will have access to them offline.

Who can see my photos?

Your photos can only be accessed by you and members of your Snap Project. If you or a team member creates a report from your photos or a sharable link, then anyone with that report or link will also be able to see the contained photos.

What happens if I change phones?

If you lose your phone or get a new one, just install SeePilot Snap again and login to see all of your project photos that have been uploaded to the cloud.
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Get Early Access

Snap is currently available to early access users who enjoy being part of a new product’s evolution. To get free access to the prototype, fill out the form below.

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snap-registration

Get Early Access

Snap is currently available to early access users who enjoy being part of a new product’s evolution. To get free access to the prototype, fill out the form below.

snap-registration