The issues around OEE are not its utility but the ease and credibility of the data used to calculate it
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Process improvement encompasses a wide range of tools, techniques and strategies. When properly deployed, shop-floor data collection and monitoring systems can help factory-floor managers leverage key data metrics including overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and total effective equipment performance (TEEP) that measure machine uptime and pinpoint bottlenecks or other problems in order to improve machining performance.
Entrust Datacard (Minneapolis), a leading provider of trusted identity and secure transaction technology solutions, announced the introduction of the Entrust Datacard ioTrust Security Solution.
Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth, today announced President and Chief Executive Officer Joe Cowan is set to retire at the end of October 2017, stepping down from the leadership role and his position on the Epicor board of directors. The board of directors has appointed Stephen Murphy, former president of OpenText, to the role of CEO.
Recently, the power of optical metrology combined with automation has been recognized. What makes automating metrology operations so important?
As the IIoT moves from theory to reality, managing shop-floor data grows in importance.
Manufacturing operations depend on getting the right information at precisely the right moment, ensuring that products get built on time, to quality specs. With the latest enterprise resource management (ERP) software, this critical data flow is often coming via the cloud, as more manufacturers become comfortable with it as a repository for key manufacturing information.
Real-time machine tool data collection isn’t just about helping manufacturers improve productivity and profitability, although that’s certainly a promised outcome.
Siemens PLM has a strategy to reinvent manufacturing by threading digital information from concept, through design to monitoring performance in the field. It is easy to get confused as to what all this means, but some concrete examples and definitions help explain it all.
How new CAD/CAM programming and simulation software can help address additive manufacturing processes.