Recently, I visited some mods with monitoring equipment status, such as AE2 and nuclearcontrol. I found that GT6 lacks something that can be monitored remotely, which means that even in the lategame, you still have to use magnifing glass to check the equipment one by one, rather than remotely monitor it. In this way, even if there is something wrong with the later large-scale automation production line, you may have to check the problem one by one, which is very troublesome. It would at least be more convenient if there were automated monitoring equipment.
Therefore, we can consider adding some remote monitoring devices, such as a small remote detection cover, which can set up channels to link to the corresponding channel display, and then display the various information of the device. It may be more complex, but at least it is better for large-scale automation production.
Another suggestion: add some decorative warning signs, like GT5U. This serves as a reminder and has a more industrial style (e.g. putting a fire hazard sign near the burning box to prevent someone in the server from setting off flammable materials nearby to trigger a fire).