We provide web solutions for Q-DAS software products that do not have to be installed on a computer but run on an Internet browser. There is more than just a single web solution since we separate functionalities based on the primary field of application. Their flexible use is one of the major benefits of web solutions since their licence is only locked in use. Q-DAS web products are also provided in all the languages offered by Q-DAS standard products. Users switch the graphical user interface to the language they need.


solara.MP Web

The web component of solara.MP is the perfect choice to perform measurement system analysis tasks. Just like solara.MP, the web application includes MSA studies and the calculation of statistics based on corporate guidelines. Users may look at already conducted studies and navigate interactively through the web interface. They open individuals and summary graphics and show, move or scale them as individual elements.


qs-STAT Web

Similar to the classical qs-STAT software, it focuses on sample analysis functionalities for machine performance studies and the range of functions required for continuous process capability analysis. Users load the data to be analysed from the Q-DAS database by applying filters and selection criteria. They generate and use statistics, graphics and reports interactively in a web environment.


O-QIS Web gives priority to data visualisation. The respective measurement information is already available in the Q-DAS database. O-QIS Web visualises and updates it cyclically benefiting from some database functionalities as the example below shows.

A manufacturing process includes five machines. The user has to detect deviations at a facility such as the violation of tolerance limits. O-QIS Web displays the hall plan with these five machines. Next to these machines it shows five traffic lights. These traffic lights access the alarms in the Q-DAS database. As soon as an alarm occurs, the light turns red indicating a problem to users of O-QIS Web. Clicking on this light, users get detailed information at the next website, e.g. about value charts of the part’s characteristics causing the problem, or it just shows the characteristic causing the alarm. Updating the view cyclically, users always load and visualise current measured values from the database.

The configuration of the single levels and the visual design is very flexible to design in O-QIS Web.



M-QIS Web is the tool of choice for the display of statistics and graphics based on statistical analyses, e.g. compressed information (benchmarks, charts of statistics, etc.). A flexible structure allows for individual configurations based on additional data. However, what does this actually mean? The structure of an analysis reflects reality as closely as possible. As an example, there are three halls, each of these halls accommodates different production lines and each line requires different operations at various stations and applies machines having individual tools. All these levels provide quality information also including the information of lower levels. Users navigate through the displayed graphics top down to identify appropriate measures and room for improvement. The M-QIS Web tool creates and extends the structure of the single websites and generates these sites dynamically according to the defined structure.