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Improved packaging efficiency through smart monitoring

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Haver & Boecker

Haver & Boecker

The Quattro monitoring system (photo) delivers performance data, reports deviating values and makes processes and service easier to plan. To use Quattro system monitoring, the machine is equipped with a router. The data collected from the system are sent to the Cloud via an encrypted connection. The visualized production and maintenance information can be accessed remotely via a computer, tablet or mobile device. Thus, personnel can access the realtime system performance data and the curves for the past hours and days, allowing rapid detection of possible performance decreases. This also makes upcoming service easier to plan. With the help of Quattro system monitoring, companies can take precautions against unforeseen downtime. — Haver & Boecker, Oelde, Germany

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