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ARBURG: ALS - New Mobile Functions Greater Transparency for Networked Production

Date: 2018-11-27
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ARBURG: ALS - New Mobile Functions Greater Transparency for Networked Production

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Non-location-specific, rapid provision of relevant data is essential for digital transformation in production. The ARBURG host computer system (ALS) offers new functions for mobile devices, such as mobile maintenance, which enables you to control and evaluate maintenance and service orders.

ARBURG: ALS - New Mobile Functions Greater Transparency for Networked Production


The flexible tailoring of maintenance and servicing to the current order situation minimizes downtimes and guarantees the reliability and durability of the production machines. The new ALS "Mobile Maintenance" function gives you a task-specific overview and a way to coordinate work steps in detail from the mobile device. For example, you can:

  • change the maintenance status

  • acknowledge test points online

  • issue instructions to service technicians using a memo function


All new functions can be integrated as usual into your existing ALS configuration and added at any time.

to the ARBURG host computer system (ALS)



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