Machine Monitoring: Collect and share real-time data for fastest reaction time and even prediction of future issues.

POTENTIAL

LEVERAGE CONTINUOUS MACHINING DATA TO IDENTIFY BOTTLENECKS

“There is no such thing as a crystal ball”, or so the expression goes, but our latest machine monitoring technology comes pretty close by collecting and sharing real-time machining data for fastest reaction time and even prediction of future issues. All to give you the greatest opportunity to reach your potential for quality, capacity, performance and overall machining efficiency.

UNDERSTANDING REASONS FOR DOWNTIME AND LOW PERFORMANCE

Knowing why your machines are not running is key to understanding downtime issues and utilization problems that often lead to incomplete information and knowledge of:

  • Accurate running data from machines
  • Different downtime reasons they have and to what extent
  • Scrap rate of different products
  • Total efficiency of their machine tools for the whole workshop or multiple workshops
  • What happens at unmanned shifts
  • Expertise of their machine operators
  • How planned work is affecting setup times
  • Follow up on production tied to a specific job/workorder
  • How maintenance will impact production

IMPLEMENT MACHINE MONITORING

Increase your uptime using Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity and cloud-based machine monitoring. Our solution provides information 24/7 on the performance of each machine on your shop floor, constantly relaying utilization data to operators and managers to reduce time to react, as well as the ability to:

  • Track Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and manufacturing efficiency with real-time dashboards
  • Identify production bottlenecks
  • Take action with real-time notifications
  • Diagnose problems with deep alarm analytics and AI-driven predictive notifications

SIMPLE EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION

Tablets, a machine-specific interface and gateway are all that are needed, and a single gateway can connect multiple machines. Real-Time dashboards give workers the information they need to make decisions that drive improvements. Operators can add their individual qualitative context allowing them to categorize downtime, reject a part, and start/stop jobs right from the machine to manage and record data. Machine Monitoring provides relevant and useful information in many forms including:

  • OEE Performance Reporting
  • Quality Tracking and reporting
  • Machine Utilization Reporting
  • Job Setup/Changeover Tracking
  • Detailed Machine Production Analytics
  • Detailed Part Number and Job Analytics

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