Critical Metrics, Easily Obtained
SensrTrx Takes Actionable Manufacturing Data From Your Shop Floor & Displays It In Meaningful Ways
Real Time Data
SensrTrx automatically collects data in real time directly from your equipment.
We know manufacturing and provide you the metrics you need to manage your business. OEE, downtime, quality, scrap & through put to name a few.
Time to Value
SensrTrx is fast to implement and easy to use. Implementation time are measured in hours not months.
Anytime & Anywhere
SensrTrx runs where you need it to, on the web, on your desktop and on your phone.
What Can SensrTrx Do?
A Manufacturing Analytics Platform That Gives You The Data You Want Without The Costly Software & Complex Implementations
SensrTrx is an affordable manufacturing analytics platform designed to collect and display actionable data from the shop floor. Our solution helps manufacturers easily deliver more efficient processes, improve quality, and assert greater control of operations. Using this data, manufacturing businesses can increase machine availability, productivity and quality to directly increase profitability without complex software or the help of IT.
Reduce scrap rates and improve operations
Automatically calculate and review OEE
Quickly identify bottlenecks & other issues that affect performance as they happen
Track & identify costly downtime and change over
Who We Work With
Innovative manufacturing businesses trust SensrTrx to pull critical from the shop floor
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Downtime is a big problem for manufactures. Whether that downtime is caused by planned maintenance, tool breaks, adjustments or bathroom breaks. Every minute a machine is not running represents lost revenue for the company. We talk a lot about Overall Equipment Effectiveness, the benefits of measuring OEE and using it in process improvement projects. As you[…]
Most manufacturers realize if they had the right data they could improve their manufacturing operations. Every manufacturing company wants to make a high quality product, as quickly and cost effectively as they can. Having the right data on production processes can help improve quality, update and increase throughput. “If you can’t measure it, you can’t[…]
A lot of our blog content comes from talking with customers, prospects and other people in the manufacturing industry. Just before Thanksgiving I had a discussion with a long time manufacturing executive who has used Overall Equipment Effectiveness in a lot of process improvement projects. He said something interesting to me: 100% OEE would be[…]
SensrTrx was created to solve very specific problems. Our founder Bryan Sapot has worked in manufacturing technology for 18 years building custom software and implementing ERP systems.Over those 18 years he noticed something. Almost every manufacturer that implemented a new ERP system struggled with the same core issues. On Time Scheduling Inventory Accuracy Quality Production[…]
Manufacturing companies all over the world love Kepware, it is easy to use and supports every major protocol and PLC device found in a manufacturing plant. With Kepware you can quickly and easily collect data and store it in a database. Now that you have all that data you need to USE IT. There are[…]
When I talk to people especially tech people about SensrTrx they always say “Oh, that’s like IoT for manufacturing” and then they start asking me if I have heard of this sensor or that IoT company. Then I get asked if Amazon, Microsoft and Google are competitors. What is interesting about IoT today is that[…]
I have been talking to a lot of manufacturing executives lately, discussing measuring performance and efficiency of equipment and their plants. During these discussions I hear the same 3 things over and over again to the point where I might label them as Manufacturing Urban Legends. Granted when I’m talking to these people they may[…]
Last week I attended IMTS, which is a large advanced manufacturing show focused on machine tools. And I learned something interesting: Depending on who you talk to only 3% – 8% of the worlds manufacturing equipment is connected to a network. Over the last 10 years most companies have offered some kind of connectivity solution[…]
Can you really measure OEE? I’ve talked about OEE at length before. Why it’s important, how to measure OEE, and why it is considered by some to be a magic number. But, to a certain extent, we need to pump the brakes on this question of measuring OEE. Why? A large number of manufacturers I[…]
You Increased OEE, Now What? As you can probably tell, I like talking about OEE. I’ve talked about it in several previous blogs about manufacturing efficiency and find that it is a subject close to the hearts of some of the smartest minds in lean manufacturing. Recently, I noticed something peculiar when searching for the[…]