TRACS Version 2 supports Loma’s full range of inspection equipment, offers better functionality with CSV export facility and improved user experience.

In response to feedback from food processors, manufacturers and packers, Loma Systems® has launched Version 2 of its popular TRACS (Trending-Reporting-Analysis-Capture-Software) data reporting and analysis software. Designed to further reduce manufacturing costs and improve production efficiencies, the new graphical network-based tool monitors the performance of the company’s full range of inspection equipment and offers better functionality, reporting and user experience.

Like its predecessor, Version 2 of TRACS has been developed in conjunction with long-standing partner, AutoCoding Systems. It runs over a customer’s factory network and provides real time feedback across all lines in a central format for analysis and reporting of key measurements such as giveaway or metal count. It allows factory managers to see instant machine status, examine different trends between shifts or products, and quickly identify and rectify inefficiencies 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.

Featuring a completely redesigned architecture in line with AutoCoding’s latest platforms, Loma’s TRACS boasts a new user interface which is more reflective of modern experiences. Other key features include printable batch reports and CSV data export facility for batch and individual pack weight information.

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