In today’s industrial workplaces, it has become more important than ever to become as efficient as possible. Not only does this allow a company to save thousands or millions of dollars, but it also plays an important role in workplace safety. Because of this, companies in the oil and gas industry, as well as those in wastewater treatment, medical research, automotive technology, and others have started investing heavily in process monitoring systems. Allowing facilities to gain reliable process information using technology that is as accurate and reliable as ever, there are many additional benefits of using these powerful monitoring systems.

Wireless Monitoring

With technology moving at such a fast pace when it comes to these monitoring systems, more and more companies are now investing in this advanced monitoring tool to help them in numerous areas. One of these involves troubleshooting problems encountered in multi-million dollar equipment as well as computer systems, since breakdowns in these systems can lead to large financial losses. In addition to this, they are also starting to be used more and more in malware detection, since these attacks on computer systems can lead to tremendous downtime for a company in many areas.

Production Procedures

When companies begin to do machine setup and adjustment, they know time is of the essence. After all, when production lags behind, millions of dollars can potentially be lost. To keep this from happening, monitoring systems based on processing efficiency are used to establish parameters for machine operators to use that will keep them and their machines working as efficiently as possible. Accomplished by using non-destructive filtering as well as advanced production technology, these methods make any workplace much safer as well as efficient.

Decreased Costs

Needless to say, any company is always looking to decrease costs while still keeping safety and production very efficient. By investing in these monitors, they often accomplish just that. For example, quality control processes are often greatly increased, since the monitoring systems allow for real-time monitoring of equipment and computer systems. By being able to use these systems, supervisors and maintenance technicians can accurately and quickly see when a part may be worn out or if a computer system may be coming under attack from malware. In doing so, potential problems can be resolved much faster, reducing or virtually eliminating downtime.

Risk Management and Post-Production

By using these systems, companies can improve their risk management practices by monitoring not only an entire facility, but also hone in on areas where safety of workers and critical operations require specialized monitoring. Along with this, the monitoring systems can also be used by management to examine real-time data in various areas of post-production, including delivery issues and sorting costs. By doing so, procedures can be analyzed and weighed versus their costs, allowing management to make future decisions regarding personnel and technology.

To learn more about why investing in these systems can improve a company’s finances, production, and efficiency, contact an Applications Engineer at GDS Corporation to discuss your situation.

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