Industries in which high value equipment assets are used such as in mining, military, oil and gas, transportation, and construction, will benefit from the latest software release from Spectro, Inc.
SpectroTrack, Version 2.0, is an information management system (IMS) that provides a comprehensive, historical view of fluid conditions for a single piece of equipment or an entire fleet. The information provided by the IMS can help extend the life of machinery by providing trending, imaging, numerical and textual data. Lab and maintenance personnel can spot trends and conduct maintenance routines before mechanical problems arise. Other benefits include increasing machinery uptime, reducing unscheduled maintenance due to machine failures, and lengthening the time between oil changes. The database keeps records of equipment information relating to service intervals, maintenance actions, locations, and statuses.
According to the company the latest release, SpectroTrack V2.0, incorporates new features and functionality based on customer feedback. “For example,” says Eric Olson, Spectro’s Vice President of Engineering, “a new multi-lab module integrates the workflow of multiple testing labs in an enterprise and enables each lab to view samples from various locations. Also the ability to visualize important trending at a glance has been enhanced with a multi-parameter graph. There is a more efficient method for results notification and the email options have been expanded as well.”
Relevant to the improved communications protocols, Rob Corak, Spectro’s Software Manager, says, “Communication between our customers and development group are an ongoing priority. SpectroTrack Version 2.0 was enhanced in direct response to our customers’ needs and feedback. We continue to grow and facilitate this dialogue through user groups, forums, and interactive webinars. We encourage all of our customers to participate.”
SpectroTrack is a browser-based application, and thereby eliminates the need for installation of separate seats on individual workstations. Customers can access and view reports anywhere, anytime to support remote applications, such those in the military. The software comes pre-configured to automatically import data obtained from testing devices – Spectro’s and other brands. It can also integrate with other predictive maintenance techniques such as vibration, thermographic and performance data.
For more information, please visit www.spectroinc.com, or call 978-431-1120.