What devices is it compatible with?
The Streamliner client runs in a browser, as such it will run on any device with a modern web browser. If you opt for the on premise solution the Streamliner server must run on either a Windows or Linux server.
Can I link other software to Streamliner?
The Streamliner client runs in a browser, this means that links to the work instructions can be made simply through using a URL.
Can I include technical drawings and other documents with my work instructions?
Yes you can. The facility to upload PDF and image files is included within the software. This means that if your technical drawings can be saved in a supported format (such as PDF and TIFF) then they can be included with the work instructions. This also applies to other documents you may require, such as risk assessments and control plans.
I have hundreds of existing work instructions, how can I easily move these across to your system?
We understand that migrating to a new system can be a costly experience, but we also understand that running two systems in parallel, such as paper and digital, can lead to mistakes. With Streamliner you can upload existing work instructions as PDF documents so that you can quickly get all of the information in one place.
Is my data encrypted?
All of the media and data that you enter into Streamliner is encrypted to the 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-256) at rest. Additionally data that is sent between you and the server uses HTTPS.
Where is it hosted?
Streamliner is hosted with Amazon Web Services. For more information about the security that Amazon Web Services has in place click here.
Can I customise Streamliner?
There are a number of customisations available within Streamliner, with more customisations in pipeline. If there are areas that you would like to customise then get in touch.
How long is the trial period?
The trial period is 30 days by default, but if you would like to extend it then get in touch with us.
Why do murmurations of Starlings occur?
We still aren’t certain why these occur, but it is believed that there are a number of reasons for these mass gatherings and acrobatic displays. According to the RSPB they gather for safety, making it difficult for predators to pick out an individual, to keep warm, exchange information and to roost.