- Real-Time Production Data
- Machine Alerts
- 8 Preset Alerts
- Takt Time Displays
- Cable Pull Switches
- Music Boxes
- Supervisor/Material Call Pendants
- Power Disconnects
- Modified Controller Enclosures
- Production Counters & Timers
- Faster downtime response means rapid ROI based upon high cost per minute of lost production
Seamless integration with Industry 4.0
Electro-Matic Visual’s custom andon systems can also be integrated seamlessly into an Industry 4.0 setting. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is revolutionizing manufacturing by connecting assets throughout the industrial value chain provides complete operational visibility to allow for real-time decision making and improved levels of quality and efficiency as well as new service opportunities.
- Material Calls
- Quality Calls
- Safety Alerts
- Audible Alerts
- Track Down Time
- Track production counts
- Track Takt Time
- Track Cycle Time
- Data logs
- Gantt Charts
The Industrial Internet of Things
Driving New Levels of Profitability
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is revolutionizing manufacturing. Connecting assets through-out the industrial value chain provides complete operational visibility to allow for real-time decision making and improved levels of quality and efficiency as well as new service opportunities.
Increased Operational Efficiency
Real-time visibility into production data enables effective use of resources and helps improve line efficiency.
Predict and Preventive Maintenance
Critical outages and unplanned downtime can be avoided by using real-time predictive analytics to identify and fix potential equipment failure before it happens.
With the help of prescriptive analytics, connected machines can be modified to prevent future equipment failure.
Companies can become more competitive and respond quickly to customer requirements and demand fluctuations while controlling costs and quality.
Improved Efficiency throughout the Supply Chain
Manufacturers can optimize production and avoid costly disruption with real-time visibility throughout the value chain.
Manufacturers can use data analytics from connected devices to update product design and provide new levels of service such as performance based maintenance contracts.
Vertical Integration (OT to IT)
Connecting highly complex, wide range of PLCs from multiple manufacturers including legacy equipment to a wide range of enterprise systems. In other words, connecting heterogeneous operation technology to information technology often requires costly custom programming.
The ability to allow secure monitoring and alerting from shop floor equipment to suppliers, customers, and machine builders highly improves the reliability and agility of the overall manufacturing process.
Operate at the Edge
All IIoT processing and analytics should start at the edge, not in the cloud. Edge or fog computing can provide near real-time computing, functionality, and security for hundreds of machines or robots with centralized control in the facility without the bandwidth costs of the cloud.