CoroBASE® is an Image Database & Reporting package, which enables the user to do assessments, analysis and reporting on fault conditions and anomalies when using the CoroCAM® Cameras. This software package operates on both Windows & MAC Operating Systems and is a great tool for record keeping of images & recordings and allows for report generation.
The software was primarily developed for use with the CoroCAM® 8 range of products due to the requirement of analysing the radiometric infrared (IR) data obtained from these products. The UCF file format is unique for the radiometric CoroCAM® product but standard thermal Jpg files from other well-known brands can also be uploaded, stored and used in the reports, but they cannot be analysed by CoroBASE®.
The Inspector tab (1) is a field that requires the person performing the inspection to capture certain information that might be of significance during the analysis for the purpose of generating a comprehensive report. Typical information that the inspector will have to supply is:
•  Inspector’s details,
•  any observation at the site that might be of importance (e.g. high winds & sand storms, industrial and agricultural activities        in the area, etc.)
•  any other comments about the asset(s) or the component(s) being inspected
In the Analyst field (2), personal information about the analyst/expert performing the analyses and his competence will be requested in order to make the report, that is later generated, traceable and credible.

The analyst will enter his analysis in a text box provide, based on the information from the recorded images and/or videos and the inspectors notes and observations at the site. In his analyses he will rate the severeness of the problem and recommend the required action to be taken as well as the time frame for performing the corrective action if any.
The field (3) is merely a data entry section for the inspector to capture the asset identification number (e.g. the Pilon # during Transmission line inspections), the description of the asset observed, the Voltage as well as the Load rating (if known) and to capture on which Phase the observed asset is. This information is again critical to the Analyst to assess the severity of the problem.
The environmental conditions at the time of the inspection is entered into the system by the Inspector by selecting the Environment (4) tab.

The following fields are required and again very critical for the analysing and reporting phases. They are:
•  Air Temperature
•  Humidity/Relative Humidity
•  Pressure
•  Wind speed
•  Weather condition in general
The Import of images and videos (5) can be done.
To Analyse (6) an IR image, an imported image in the gallery must be selected and the Analyse link must be clicked to open the selected image in the thermal analysing tool. Various areas can be selected using different area-of-interest or target selectors. Annotations can be added to these measured areas that are pre-labelled and the temperature values are displayed in the analysing tool (bottom left) for convenience. Image Modes can also be selected as well as different Palettes as the contrast of the UV image colour on the thermal image might sometimes not be acceptable for reporting.
Once the Analysis of the Thermal image is completed, and the analysing tool is exited, the image can be stored selecting the Store Image (7) link.
All image data of the selected image is displayed in the Image Data section (9) and all thermal images, that have been analysed, will have the measured data displayed in the Thermal Measurement section (10).
Once the Analysis of the Thermal image is completed, and the analysing tool is exited, the image can be stored selecting the Store Image (7) link.
Once the image analysis is completed and the Analist has made his recommendations, all the text fields populated in section (1) to (4) can be exported by selecting the Export Text (8) link. This information sits on the Windows Clipboard and can be imported in the reporting template supplied or self provided.

The Report once generated will typically presents itself as follows:
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