Component Lifing software for professional motorsport

Core System Features

  • LifeCheck Mirrors the Race Team Environment

    - Providing a virtual environment which mirrors that within a typical race team to simplify the task of lifing.
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  • Chassis Templates

    - Chassis Templates allow quick and easy building of your race car in a way which is instantly recognisable to users, reducing training needs and allowing changes to the car build to be quickly and easily applied within LifeCheck.
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  • Comprehensive Lifing Capabilities

    - Not all components are lifed solely on the distance they have travelled while on the race car.  LifeCheck includes multiple independent mechanisms by which components may be lifed.
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  • Full-Life Cycle Monitoring

    - Chassis, session and component history means you can drill down from displaying the sessions run by a chassis to view the components on the chassis in each session to the history of a single component within the session.
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  • Maximise Component Life

    - Ever increasing costs and budget caps underline the importance of getting the most out of your component stock.
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  • Servicing and Custom Checks

    - Lifing is only part of the challenge – many components require scheduled maintenance throughout their life to maintain optimum performance and reliability.
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  • Flexible and Powerful Reporting Engine

    - Your lifing data is critical to the safety and performance of the race car but to be of any use it must be easily accessible in a variety of forms.
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  • Link and Detach

    - LifeCheck works with users connecting to a central database.  But what happens if that database is not accessible while out at a race? No problem, LifeCheck’s Link and Detach function allows working with data offline.
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Other LifeCheck features:

 
  • Barcoding and RFID tag Support

    Tagging of components using 1 or 2D barcodes or RFID tags is becoming more feasible, along with increasing advantages of using such a system to reduce inaccuracies. LifeCheck supports the use of 1D and 2D barcodes as well as RFID tags to both uniquely identify components within the system and to perform certain system functions such as creating new components within the database, re-locating a component or servicing a component. Barcodes can either be allocated on a sequential basis allowing you to define an individual barcode string for each component or can contain a part number and life code embedded within the barcode.
  • Additional information capture

    LifeCheck also enables association of additional information with components either by attaching external documents such as service sheets or inspection reports. This ensures that all aspects of the life of the component can be captured and included within LifeCheck.
  • Data export function

    LifeCheck can export data in a variety of formats including Microsoft Excel and Adobe PDF.
  • Non-lifed part support

    LifeCheck allows parts to be defined which do not have life values. These may be used to define notional assemblies such as 'Front Suspension' or 'Engine Installation' which act simply as place holders beneath which other lifed (and non-lifed) assemblies and components may be located. Alternatively, non-lifed part support allows components which although not lifed, are located on the chassis and their use should be logged. When used in conjunction with the Inventory Functions this option allows LifeCheck to perform as a Stock Control system.

Additional Modules Available:

 
  • LifeCheck Web Interface

    Provides a read-only interface to the LifeCheck database for users who need to be able to view lifing information but not necessarily modify this data. Many of the main screens/functions of LifeCheck are duplicated within the Web Interface providing greater access to lifing data for the whole organisation.
  • Inventory / Purchasing

    This option allows for additional stock level and purchasing data to be maintained for parts. The Inventory functions allow multi-level triggers to be defined to warn of impending shortages and to allow for re-ordering of stock as levels reach pre-defined points. The Purchasing module provides full facilities for producing and maintaining purchase orders including the ability to define custom templates when printing purchase orders, functionality to allow for receiving of stock including split receiving and the creation of Goods Received Notes (GRN), again with the option of custom templates for printing.
  • Race calendar support

    This option enables the Race Calendar within LifeCheck. The Race Calendar has two primary functions. The first is to allow you to keep track of significant events within your season which can subsequently be used to determine circuits etc. when you add distance to a chassis. The primary use of the race calendar is however to allow more accurate forecasting for the lifing of your components. By pre-defining the events in which you will compete, giving estimates of the expected distance covered during practice, qualifying and race sessions, LifeCheck V4 can determine when you are most likely to need to re-order new components to ensure that there are no shortages.
  • Web API's

    A number of Web APIs are available to allow third party developers to integrate LIfeCheck with their own applications. For example, the create component API function could be integrated by a ERP system to automatically create components in LifeCheck, negating the need to manually enter them.