Upgraded Metrics from Metso Outotec

By Steve Ducker02 May 2022

Metso Outotec is launching an upgraded version of Metrics, a cloud-based tool for real-time monitoring for aggregates customers’ Lokotrack mobile crushers and screens.

Metso Metrics Metso Outotec has upgraded its Metrics solution for Lokotrack crusher users. (Photo: Metso Outotec)

The solution has been developed with distributors and customers and features include C02 tracking for sustainability benefits, 24/7 access to real-time data, a maintenance module, critical dashboards for utilisation, and geolocation.

Furthermore, Metso says the new Metrics allows remote troubleshooting, the user interface can be tailored to address different customer needs.

New features and functions can be also updated remotely, while the manufacturer and its distributors can support customers in making data-driven decisions that impact their crushing and screening operations.

“We wanted to develop a next-generation solution that will bring quantifiable value and deliver more production hours and tons to our customers,” said Merja Tyyni, vice president, standard crushers at Metso Outotec.  

“The key to building sustainable operational efficiency is having the correct information to make decisions and select the right combination of services to lift the bar.

“Metso Outotec Metrics for aggregates connects mobile crushers and screens, providing increased real-time data visibility and analytics to improve availability, performance, reliability, and profitability.”

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