Remote Process Monitoring with Webflex
Jan 16 2008 Read 1030 Times
Remotely monitor virtually any instrumentation from any manufacturer over the internet. Monitors level, pressure, flow, temperature, pH, conductivity plug in GSM, GPRS or PSTN modem options for maximum flexibility. No special software, monthly charges for data or expensive user licenses required. Multiple users can access the same information
simultaneously and a choice of options allows different levels of security access.
Inventory monitoring on site or from remote locations offers many advantages for both suppliers and users of bulk products. Ensuring that product arrives in a timely way is essential to modem JIT manufacturing. For the supplier of the bulk products the emphasis is on the delivery logistics. For the users however it is imperative to maintain adequate stock to satisfy production demand. When connected to Hyconrol level instrumentation Webflex provides reliable inventory
monitoring which can provide significant cost savings for both suppliers and customers alike. Typical advantages of using Webflex are; improved response times for deliveries, Improved delivery logistics, reduction in product returns, reduced wastage, continuity of supply, improved vehicle and driver utilization, better delivery scheduling and better utilisation of company resources.
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