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Inspection equipment data reporting software update

22 October 2017

Loma Systems has launched Version 2 of its TRACS (Trending-Reporting-Analysis-Capture-Software) data reporting and analysis software which is designed to reduce manufacturing costs and improve production efficiencies. 

The new graphical network-based tool monitors the performance of Loma inspection equipment. It has been developed in conjunction with AutoCoding Systems and runs over a factory network to provide real-time feedback across all lines in a central format for analysis and reporting of key measurements. It allows factory managers to see machine status instantly, examine different trends between shifts or products, and identify and rectify inefficiencies in real-time, rather than waiting for historical information to be reported.

It enables information relating to contaminant detection rates, weight and over-fill records to be compiled quickly to demonstrate compliance with current legislation.

TRACS Version 2 incorporates a new user interface which is said to be more reflective of modern experiences. Other key features include printable batch reports and CSV data export facility for batch and individual pack weight information.

The availability of real-time data is of particular value in recording and tracking the cost of product giveaway per line. Line operators are able to adjust production processes quickly, ensuring that product giveaway is kept to a minimum and unit weight targets are achieved. 

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