If you love puns and you love Star Wars then for you, today is quite possibly the best unofficial holiday of the entire calendar year.

To celebrate the epic franchise that Master George has been creating since the 70’s, here are three ways in which we think Sine could help out on the next Star Wars set:

  1. It doesn’t have to be that way. We could keep it a secret.
    Show us a square mile radius around the rumored location of the next Star Wars script and we’ll show you streets crawling with fans and journalists alike, searching for the opportunity to catch even the smallest glimpse of what might be hitting our screens the following year. The script for Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens was so tightly guarded that in order for actors to read it, they had to go to a special location and enter a room with cameras before they could even get a glimpse of a single word of it. With such intense secrecy and security, the need to have anyone with access to the script sign a non-disclosure agreement is a given. With Sine on board, anyone entering the secured script location would sign a non-disclosure agreement upon checking into the location, as a part of his or her sign-in process. The agreement would then be automatically saved and filed, easily recalled if there is even the faintest hint of a leak. “I find your lack of faith disturbing.” – Darth Vadar Well, you would, wouldn’t you?
  2. Aren’t you a little short for a storm trooper?
    Don’t you hate it when you see someone and you think they’re one person, but it turns out that they’re actually someone else? Or maybe you love it. I guess it depends on whether you were hoping for a storm trooper or hoping for a Skywalker. “Dangerous and disturbing this puzzle is.” – Yoda Either way, Yoda is right; mistaken identities on a closed set are dangerous. George certainly doesn’t want anyone on set that isn’t supposed to be there. But how could he ensure that only authorised personnel are admitted onsite? With Sine’s digital visitor management system of course! Upon arrival, any pre-approved visitors to site would be provided with a printed photographic ID showing a saved, approved, and clear image of their face, their name and the date and time of their attendance on set, making it extremely difficult for anyone without the proper authorisation to infiltrate the area. No clear photographic ID? No admittance.
  3. Not again. Obi-Wan’s going to kill me.

    Imagine we’re on set and the filming of an epic battle with the revived Geonosis Strike Team is about to commence. The actors are all in costume, the cameras are ready to roll, and the props are all ready, except one; but it’s not important… it’s only a lightsaber…!

Sine Pro gives George the ability to tag each and every lightsaber with a QR code, so that everyone who needs one will have one assigned to their profile in the system, making it easy to track where every precious plasma blade is at any given time. No more embarrassing “oops, where has that weapon gone?” moments.

“Mmm. Lost a planet, Master Obi-Wan has. How embarrassing.” – Yoda

As we eagerly await the release of Star Wars: Episode VIII later this year, we have but a simple message for George for when he starts work on Episode IX:

Remember… Sine will be with you, always.