OEE is the PULSE of your business
|OEE Real Time System
Welcome to our web site,
This site is a portal for our clients to login to view their production line data , graphs and change the views visible to their production operators on the factory floor.
If you are new too our site I suggest you go to our contact page HERE and send us an email so we can assist you
If you are just looking for OEE information then maybe you should look at our OEE info pages.
WHY OEE ?
When manufacturing companies run up against capacity problems today, they immediately look to increase overtime, add shifts, or purchase new equipment.
Instead they should look to optimize the performance of their existing machines to increase equipment reliability, minimize changeover times, improve operator performance, and lower overall downtime. All these investments can be made to increase capacity and will pay greater dividends by allowing a manufacturing plant to spend its valuable time and money on their manufacturing process instead of new machine purchases.
“How can we optimize the performance of their existing quipment?”
The answer is Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).
OEE is an effective tool to benchmark, analyze, and improve your production process. The OEE tool gives you the ability to measure your machines for productivity improvements. OEE not only measures these inefficiencies but groups them into three categories to help you analyze the machine and have a better understanding of the manufacturing process.
Here is a list of common concerns of many manufacturing companies:
Putting this tool in place to address these concerns and improve the manufacturing
process can be very time consuming and costly.
LIVE OEE has designed a system to help with this process.
The LiveOEE allows the whole plant to be involved in the process of improving OEE. From the machine operator to the production manager to the plant manager, this production monitoring solution visualizes information that can help everyone recommend solutions.
The bottom line for all employees should be to reduce production losses and build profitable products.
The Live OEE provides production managers and machine operators with the
necessary real time information to make crucial decisions about the effectiveness of the
production process. Machine operators get a first hand look at the production process
and the key information of the machine by viewing the data on the Live OEE.
Instead of manually recording this data for end of shift results, the machine operator can
monitor, analyze, and improve their process in real time throughout the day.
A truly comprehensive OEE solution will provide machine operators and production
managers with continual line notification and control so that actions can be taken to
prevent events that can result in downtime, slower cycle speeds, and poor product quality.
This system should also provide a way for operators to capture codes or comments about
the production process to review and analyze later during root cause analysis meetings.
The Live OEE provides all these features to help implement a OEE solution.
Measuring the efficiencies of your machine operators and equipment can yield significant results for your company.
We call it OEE because of the design of the self contained Live OEE.
With no software to install and the data source formulas programmed into the Live OEE System, all you have to do is select the functionality of the application from drop down menus.
You install the inputs, select the data sources and the Live OEE will take care
of the rest
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