BeoMES/ Real-time production monitoring


Key aspects in monitoring production in real time:

  • Data collection: It can be done automatically and with dedicated data collection tools, such as I/O cards, PLCs, as well as data entry directly into the application by employees.

  • Data analysis: Collected data is processed and analyzed in real time to derive meaningful insights. This analysis can reveal patterns, trends, errors, and potential problems that may affect production efficiency or quality.

  • Visualization: The analyzed data is often visualized through dashboards and reports. Visuals help stakeholders understand production status, identify bottlenecks and track key performance indicators (KPIs).

  • Warnings and Notices: Real-time monitoring systems can be set to trigger alerts and notifications when predefined thresholds are exceeded or anomalies are detected. This allows timely intervention to prevent or mitigate potential problems.

  • Process optimization: By closely monitoring manufacturing processes in real time, businesses can identify inefficiencies and areas for improvement. Adjustments can be made on the fly to optimize resource utilization, reduce downtime and improve overall productivity.

Advantages in monitoring production in real time:

  • Faster problem detection: Real-time monitoring enables immediate identification of production problems or abnormalities. This enables quick corrective actions to minimize downtime and avoid disruptions.

  • Improved quality control: Constant monitoring helps maintain product quality by quickly spotting deviations from quality standards. This prevents defective products from entering the market.

  • Reduced downtime: With real-time insight, businesses can predict equipment failures or maintenance needs and proactively plan for downtime. This reduces unplanned downtime and improves overall equipment effectiveness (OEE).

  • Improved decision making: Real-time data provides decision makers with accurate and up-to-date information. This supports better decision making regarding inventory management, production planning and resource allocation.

  • Remote monitoring: Modern technology enables real-time remote monitoring, allowing managers and stakeholders to monitor production processes from anywhere.