Manufacturers use SensrTrx Manufacturing Analytics to easily collect actionable data from the shop floor and display it in dashboards that anyone can use.
SensrTrx automatically collects data from machines, contextualizes it, and delivers it in actionable dashboards.
Improve OEE, downtime, quality, scrap & more by using simple centralized dashboards that only take hours to set up.
The software & hardware – track your machines on customer shop floors.
See how Versatech used SensrTrx to increase OEE by 30% and significantly cut their overtime costs in this case study.
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
Manufacturers are looking at their data closer than ever before. The accuracy, volume, and context have never been more valuable. Data has the ability to transform the businesses of almost every discrete manufacturer. Having the right data on production processes is the most effective way to reduce downtim and increase throughput. So needless to say, manufacturers are looking for solutions that help them acquire and contextualize this data.
This means manufacturers are looking for systems that can affordably collect and analyze all of their machine data. Today, we are going to compare Microsoft Power BI vs. SensrTRx Manufacturing Analytics.
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As crazy as it sounds, manufacturers that move towards more and more automation often start noticing a strange problem. They begin missing the benefits of non-automated processes and realize that they may have actually relied on manual human efforts more than they may have realized on the surface. For those that often read our blog, it may come as a surprise to hear us touting the benefits of anything manual vs. manufacturing automation. However, the truth is that simply automating manufacturing processes, cells, or machines does not inherently makes things better or more cost-effective.
Manufacturing automation requires good data to work properly, and in most cases, more data than you had before. This is because — whether you knew it or not — humans were actually collected data all along. They just weren’t sharing it with anyone or storing it anywhere…
One of the hottest buzzwords in any industry right now is artificial intelligence. In fact, trillions of dollars will be made by businesses over the course of the next decade who leverage this world-changing technology to disrupt their respective spaces. It offers the core solution to intimidatingly large data and complex ecosystems with revolving variables. It is being viewed by many as a silver bullet to existing industry problems. Unfortunately, these solutions mostly aren’t here yet – for any industry – and smart businesses are forced to proceed forward with caution.
The manufacturing space is no exception to this phenomenon. Artificial intelligence and machine learning in manufacturing are talked about at every industrial conference; yet implemented on of very few actual shop floors.
This ground swell would have you believe that this industry is on the verge of having every major manufacturer equipped with a fully-functioning smart shop floor; complete with Watson writing songs with Bob Dylan in the corner. Dare I say that this isn’t the case?
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Recently Versatech underwent a project in order refine their ability to impact and improve manufacturing quality, efficiency, and performance. Versatech was able to use SensrTrx to look at downtime time and quickly solve issues as well as recognize negative trends inside the project. Versatech hoped that this new project would help them capture the data[…]
Versatech recently implemented a company-wide initiative aimed at using data to improve manufacturing performance and reduce reliance on overtime work. Their continuous improvement department was a part of this initiative and was able to successfully leverage their new centralized data to get off of paper and streamline processes. One of the biggest benefits for us[…]
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Recently, we finished a comprehensive case study with Versatech – a full service engineering, manufacturing, and consulting company – who recently launched a company-wide initiative to leverage data more effectively to reduce overtime and improve manufacturing production and efficiency. In this article, we’ll highlight their manufacturing engineering efforts, approaches, and results inside of the overall initiative. Manufacturing[…]