Improved user friendliness through graphic user interface

Besides innovation and reliability, one of Cales core values is openness. Openness in allowing customers to access functions and settings in Cale terminals that can be customised and adapted with very little effort.
cale1.pngChristoffer Svensson, Product Documentation and User Interaction Manager, explains Cales ambition to always simplify the work for Cales customers.

Today, our customers are already benefitting from the Cale WebConcept, which is the result of the tailored interaction between Cale WebOffice and Cale WebTerminal, allowing the operator to control all software parameters and overall configurations remotely.
cale2.jpgBesides having the remote upgrade capabilities, Cale has looked over the process from delivery to operation with the aim of also simplifying the work for the customers with regard to preparing the terminal for on-street operation. With this information at hand, Cale has, together with a red dot award-winning partner, designed a standardised User Interface, which today is available in eight languages, in both text and in sound.

Activating the terminal automatically triggers a communication session with CWO and upgrades all software configurations and parameters based on drag and drop settings in CWO. It is also change the software configuration and User Interface according to your needs.

This enables an Plug&Play workflow installing and upgrading terminals. It also permits total control over all the terminals and simplifies administration.
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