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2/28/2013

Plant Monitoring System

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The EZ Plant monitoring system is designed to enable key personnel to remotely monitor a shop’s production in real time on a smartphone, tablet or PC.

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The EZ Plant monitoring system is designed to enable key personnel to remotely monitor a shop’s production in real-time on a smartphone, tablet or PC, showing if equipment is under power and how many pieces it is producing. It also enables the user to evaluate accumulative run time for the current day or view a history of production for the past seven days. The system also enables the user to evaluate new processes and operators, as well as determine bottlenecks and problem areas.

 

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