Previously, inspectors whom were deployed to inspect the condition of the elevators used physical paper documents to conduct the necessary checks. As there were around 30,000 new elevators built each year, the number of inspections needed increased. This wastes more physical time and increases labour intensity. Additionally, the paperwork involved in filling in many forms confused them, wasting unnecessary time to refill the details should there be any mistake spotted. Hence, information written such as checklists may be missed out, or lost due to carelessness in losing the documents. Therefore, a more viable solution is needed to solve this problem.