Pulp And Paper Monitoring Service

Aug. 1, 2006
Quality Control System (QCS) Remote Monitoring is a new service to help pulp and paper companies reduce maintenance costs while keeping their quality control equipment running smoothly.

Designed to support the vendor’s DaVinci and MXOpen systems, QCS Remote Monitoring allows the vendor’s technicians to securely monitor their customers’ scanner equipment and diagnose problems from afar, saving maintenance expenses and reducing downtime. The service is scalable and includes support of trained service personnel, implementation of system monitoring tools and system health performance reports. Capabilities range from continuously monitoring process data to pulling trend information and providing recommendations. It also enables the vendor’s technicians to access a QCS system from miles away to help solve problems. Through a secure Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection, the solution continuously and proactively monitors system performance, and based on pre-determined standards set by the customer and the vendor, detects problems and notifies the right people, sending alerts via pager, e-mail or text messaging.

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