Audit Fulfillment

DSO Sentinel dramatically simplifies the validation process and automates audit reporting.

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ITEM-LEVEL TRACEABILITY

Tracks and archives inspection data of every item produced

AUDIT FULFILLMENT

Simplifies validations and automates audit reporting

REJECT REVIEW

Displays contaminant location and streamlines rework

PROFILE SWITCHING

Switches inspection profile based on incoming product

REAL ANALYTICS

Monitors processes with standard reports and remote notifications

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ITEM-LEVEL TRACEABILITY

Tracks and archives inspection data of every item produced

AUDIT FULFILLMENT

Simplifies validations and automates audit reporting

REJECT REVIEW

Displays contaminant location and streamlines rework

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PROFILE SWITCHING

Switches inspection profile based on incoming product

REAL ANALYTICS

Monitors processes with standard reports and remote notifications

Once a contaminant card is scanned and rejected, DSO Sentinel logs the time, card specifications, and other information in a convenient format. This data can then be recalled for any time period at will.

How It Works

  1. Card is scanned and placed in a live run
  2. DSO Sentinel logs time, contaminant type, etc.
  3. Data is reviewed for any date range by query.

 

Once a contaminant card is scanned and rejected, DSO Sentinel logs the time, card specifications, and other information in a convenient format. This data can then be recalled for any time period at will.

How It Works

  1. Card is scanned and placed in a live run
  2. DSO Sentinel logs time, contaminant type, etc.
  3. Data is reviewed for any date range by query.

     

    Inspection Data For Any Date Range Is Easily Presented To Buyers

    Inspection Data For Any Date Range Is Easily Presented To Buyers

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How is DSO Sentinel licensed?

    DSO Sentinel is licensed for use with one TraceServer database at a single facility. The base license covers up to three X-ray systems, with an add-on fee for each additional machine connected to TraceServer. DSO Sentinel is typically installed as a shared application on the same server as TraceServer and the database it uses. There is no restriction on the number of users utilizing DSO Sentinel at that facility and users are free to access the application via remote desktop tools.

    The application comes with 12 months of remote support and standard updates, after which an annual maintenance agreement is available to continue this coverage.

    What if we don't need some of the capabilities?

    No problem. We offer varying packages depending on businesses’ needs:

    DSO Sentinel Standard Edition is designed for facilities using Eagle systems for contaminant inspection and weighing.
    DSO Sentinel Professional Edition provides the Standard Edition capabilities plus additional capabilities needed by facilities using Eagle Fat Analysis (FA) systems.
    DSO Sentinel Master Edition provides all the capabilities of the Professional Edition plus those needed for item-level traceability.

    Is there a trial version?

    We’re happy to discuss arranging trials, but it’s not something you just download and try out on your own. You will need to be running TraceServer 4.0.4.0 or higher, or at least be able to install TraceServer for the trial period. Contact us to go over your specific situation and figure out what will work best.

    What if we don't have an Eagle x-ray machine?

    Get one! As Eagle’s principle distributor in the United States, our efforts center around their equipment. Our goal is to enhance their already robust offering in order to provide distinct advantages over our competitors. We don’t support competitors’ machines, so to use DSO Sentinel you will need an Eagle machine.

    What if we're not in the U.S.?

    No problem. We remotely install and provide support virtually everywhere; as long as there’s VPN or Internet access. Even when facilities are just a few miles away, providing service remotely usually makes the most sense.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How is DSO Sentinel licensed?

    DSO Sentinel is licensed for use with one TraceServer database at a single facility. The base license covers up to three X-ray systems, with an add-on fee for each additional machine connected to TraceServer. DSO Sentinel is typically installed as a shared application on the same server as TraceServer and the database it uses. There is no restriction on the number of users utilizing DSO Sentinel at that facility and users are free to access the application via remote desktop tools.

    The application comes with 12 months of remote support and standard updates, after which an annual maintenance agreement is available to continue this coverage.

    What if we don't need some of the capabilities?

    No problem. We offer varying packages depending on businesses’ needs:

    DSO Sentinel Standard Edition is designed for facilities using Eagle systems for contaminant inspection and weighing.
    DSO Sentinel Professional Edition provides the Standard Edition capabilities plus additional capabilities needed by facilities using Eagle Fat Analysis (FA) systems.
    DSO Sentinel Master Edition provides all the capabilities of the Professional Edition plus those needed for item-level traceability.

    Is there a trial version?

    We’re happy to discuss arranging trials, but it’s not something you just download and try out on your own. You will need to be running TraceServer 4.0.4.0 or higher, or at least be able to install TraceServer for the trial period. Contact us to go over your specific situation and figure out what will work best.

    What if we don't have an Eagle x-ray machine?

    Get one! As Eagle’s principle distributor in the United States, our efforts center around their equipment. Our goal is to enhance their already robust offering in order to provide distinct advantages over our competitors. We don’t support competitors’ machines, so to use DSO Sentinel you will need an Eagle machine.

    What if we're not in the U.S.?

    No problem. We remotely install and provide support virtually everywhere; as long as there’s VPN or Internet access. Even when facilities are just a few miles away, providing service remotely usually makes the most sense.