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Conti+ 2.0 made faster, simpler and more comprehensive

Continental has revised its app-based service platform Conti+, making it simpler, faster, and more comprehensive.

Continental has revised its app-based service platform Conti+, making it simpler, faster, and more comprehensive.

The new version, Conti+ 2.0 uses a new structure and a modern design with a user-friendly interface and smart support for customers and distributors.

The company aims to drive the digitalisation of conveyor belt systems and ensure information about their status and performance is always available.

Conti+ 2.0 provides a holistic solution for conveyor belt and conveyor system data management and allows Continental to pave the way from belt supplier and service provider to solution provider.

The app bundles both static and dynamic data from belt monitoring systems and other sensors on one centralised platform.

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New programming options ensure that live data can now also be processed, integrated into the app and accessed on the go via smartphone.

The new edition further improves performance and profitability for operators in the mining, material processing and construction industries, and helps maximise asset life and availability.

In addition, Continental will continuously feed the app with updates based on feedback from customers and distributors.

Smart conveyor management

Conti+ 2.0 is available in four modules. The basic module provides quick access to all master data of the plant, and the optimisation potentials and savings reports.

The monitoring and recording of all condition data and events can help with the effective planning and scheduling of shutdowns.

As part of the new release, anyone can download the app and get to know the functionalities via demo access and benefit from free features such as calculation tools and product information.

The engineering module provides additional support as early as the plant design stage, and the inspection module allows detailed inspection reports to be generated.

“Finally, the IoT module uses the Internet of Things to process, analyse and visualise all important sensor data in a central database,” Andreas Bakenhus, responsible for the Service Segment within Continental Conveying Solutions, said.

“As a result, sales partners, customers, and Continental’s service teams can communicate directly with each other and work even more closely together. With this data support, decision-making becomes faster and more transparent.”

This is where the data from Continental’s various monitoring systems converge and can be accessed – whether it’s LoadSense, MultiProtect, ConveyorInspect or others offered by the company.

For example, end customers can upload videos of their conveyor systems to the app and get in touch directly with Continental’s service teams.

This enables them to identify defects at an early stage and predict upcoming replacements, reducing interruptions and downtime.

“And all this at a glance, very uncomplicated. Our solution Conti+ 2.0 is another important step towards predictive maintenance and condition monitoring in our business,” Bakenhus said.

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