Customize load information that is valuable to your team. In addition, display only what they need to see. Such as vehicle ID, commodity description, pit number, grade information, comments and operational information.
Load information conveys a clear and concise message in digital grid format. Therefore, for your team can easily view it anywhere within the facility, not just at the receiving pit.
The placement of signature pads can be inside you scale house at the counter and/or at the kiosk adjacent to the scale. Thus, allowing the driver to sign from the comfort of their cab. Then your team applies the driver’s electronic signature to the scale ticket or document.
Certified weighmasters and inspectors use the signature pad inside the scale house to sign off on load transactions.
Eliminate manual inventory processes such as stamping, hand filing and recording paper tickets. Furthermore, this will reduce the chance of costly lost loads and exposure to shrinkage from lost paper scale tickets.
This interface also provides a weigh program for anhydrous tanks. Your team can weigh tanks out and back in, knowing precisely what quantity to bill or credit to give to the customer. In addition to this, it keeps record of each anhydrous tank, so you know where each tank is at all times. For example, if a specific customer picks up a tank from one location and returns it to another location – your records will capture and track it.
This interface also allows manual overrides. And the audit log captures and tracks the overrides.
Reduce manual entry mistakes and errors from operators keying in the incorrect values. As a result, if your facility eliminates these manual processes, it will help prevent shrink, discount penalties, and added costs for incorrect bin assignments.
Above all, this enables your facility to enforce business and safety rules with correct identification, spelling and clear identification of the driver.
Parameters can be set up to determine what information to send and at what time. In addition, the oneWeigh system can also be set to receive data from a PLC (e.g., “ok to weigh” or “ok to print”).
With the touch of a finger, secure access grants permission to a person within your system. Therefore, this reduces the risk of forgetting or sharing passwords. Assign specific users certain permissions to perform critical functions, overrides, and voids, reducing the need to review daily audits.
The audit log records all actions that your facility requires a finger-print verification. In addition, a summary report establishes clear accountability on who gave authorization to what actions.
Pit Commander transmits load information to any monitor or tablet from the scale house to receiving pit or where the load information should transmit to.
Managers and operators can make real-time modifications to the previously assigned pit, bin destination, remarks, and include any updates to an existing ticket within Pit Monitor.
Pit Commander improves insights for Operational and Merchandising Managers by providing a dashboard of daily traffic, grain quality, and summary of daily receipts.
A message board conveys a driver’s next move and unloading instructions, eliminating miscommunication from intercoms and two-way radios.
Display customer info, grade, weight and other pertinent ticket information while the ticket is being processed. In this case, it reduces error by allowing in-the-moment corrections prior to the truck leaving the facility.
Message Board Interface displays information on outdoor message boards that are certified to work with oneWeigh.
Message Board App displays up to 6 lines of information (that is customized info of your choosing) onto a kiosk or monitor screen.
Customize which data points you want to gather from the driver for their direct input. For instance, you can capture the last product hauled, customer or account information, commodity, truck id, etc.
This application is available with or without full oneWeigh automation.
Attach a .pdf, .txt, .png, .jpg, .gif, or .bmp to any ticket and identify if all or any should print when the ticket prints. Examples of attachments include bill of lading, wash ticket, weight certificate, or any other pertinent documentation specific to your location.
When AttachOne integrates with AGRIS, the documents from the scale house transmit back to the main office and stay with the ticket.
When a driver/loader arrives to location, the Flow Meter controller prompts the driver for information. Such as ID, load number or destination. Upon verification, the driver loads and receives a ticket when the transaction is complete.
The flow controller interface captures movement of temperature-adjusted gallons of biofuels or other liquids. Supporting single-arm or dual-arm controllers.
Card readers throughout the facility help quickly identify loads. In addition, they ensure your team is working with the correct ticket at a certain time, verifying and initiating the next step. For this reason, card readers improve accuracy and help prevent mishaps such as selecting the wrong ticket for the outbound weigh.
RFID readers can be either short-range (credit card-style) or long-range with fixed tags in the truck or on the trailer.
Other ways to capture info is by using barcode readers and key pads, which are both options with this platform.