Press Release Summary:
Using SiloWeigh.Net, organizations can monitor weight of material in silos or vessels located across wide area. Remote units, based on weldable strain gauge system, measure weight in vessels and make results visible throughout company's network using Internet browser such as Internet Explorer. Database allows data retrieval via secure Internet site to show levels in all silos as well as trend graphs, current alarms, historical data, and alarm history.
Original Press Release:
Silo Weight Monitoring Through Local Network and Internet Database
Scale-Tron Inc. announces the release of SiloWeigh.Net, an inventory management and control system that allows an organization to monitor the weight of material in silos or vessels located across a very wide area. The information can be used to predict when deliveries will be necessary, even if the user is not aware of it, and allow appropriate action to be taken. For example, deliveries for the next day can be scheduled rather than reacting to urgent phone calls.
The remote units, based on the well proven SiloWeigh weldable strain gauge system, measure the weight in any number of vessels and make the results visible throughout a company's network using an Internet browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer; no special software is required. They also transmit the actual quantities automatically at no cost over the Internet or, when Internet is not available, a modem or the satellite cellular radio network, to the SiloWeigh.Net database. The database allows data retrieval via a secure Internet site to show levels in all silos as well as trend graphs, current alarms, historical data and alarm history. SiloWeigh.Net can be connected to company databases of customers, products, orders etc. as the basis for an advanced dispatching and tracking system.
The system is applicable to suppliers who wish to improve dispatching efficiency and customers' satisfaction, production plants that cannot afford to run out of raw materials and inventory monitoring of outlying plants.
Benefits include easy installation and setup, high accuracy, measurement of divided silos, optional alarm outputs, history tracking and maintenance-free secure database.
More information and a working demonstration can be seen at www.siloweigh.net.
For more information call Janet Di Tommaso, Tel 1 800 632 7083, Fax 514 639 6945, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: www.scaletron.com