BinMaster introduces inventory management software

BinMaster
August 04, 2011
Written by BinMaster
 MultiVision Scanner  
Aug. 4, 2011, Lincoln, NE – BinMaster Level Controls introduces the 3D MultiVision, a Windows-based inventory management software for the 3DLevelScanner that enables users to view data for multiple bins in a single window. The 3D MultiVision software can be used with all versions of the non-contact, dust-penetrating 3DLevelScanner, including the S, M, MV, and MVL models. By clicking on a single bin, users can zoom in on detailed information for that bin, including minimum, maximum, and average levels, and can see the 3D visualization of bin content for the MV and MVL models. The software allows multiple users at multiple locations to view bin level and volume data 24/7 via their local area network (LAN).

The 3D MultiVision software makes real-time bin data available across the entire organization to improve purchasing, logistics, operational decision making, and financial management. The software is compatible with Windows XP and Windows 7 and features user-friendly set up and intuitive operation. It allows each user to customize his/her screen to view all bins or a group of bins and to colour-code bins by material type. Users can set high and low level alerts to be notified when bins reach critical levels. Because the software is installed on the LAN, there are no third-party applications or data access fees.

“With MultiVision, each user custom configures what data they want to see—whether it’s headroom, mass, volume, pounds, bushels, or a 3D image—whatever best helps them do their job,” says Todd Peterson, vice president of sales for BinMaster.

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