Make The Invisible...
SensrTrx instantly delivers visibility. Pre-built dashboards means that you simply have to turn SensrTrx on to start tracking downtime, quality, throughput, and much more.
SensrTrx collects data from machines, contextualizes it, and delivers it in actionable dashboards that allows manufacturers to increase machine uptime.
Find hidden capacity and get control of your schedule. SensrTrx instantly gives you the data needed to deliver on time to customers.
SensrTrx provides deep visibility into the way the manufacturing floor operates starting on day 1. Pre-built dashboards make it easy for anyone to understand.
SensrTrx provides solutions to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Monitor machines sitting on customer shop floors.
SensrTrx is an affordable manufacturing analytics platform designed to collect and display actionable data from machines. Our solution helps manufacturers easily deliver more efficient processes, improve manufacturing performance, 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.
Better understand when the machines are up and when they are down.
Automatically calculate and review OEE. See what's really happening.
Quickly identify bottlenecks & other issues that affect performance as they happen
Track & identify costly downtime and change over issues as they happen in real-time.
3 Manufacturing Quality Metrics Everyone Should Know It’s important to understand how objectives in manufacturing — like improved quality— can be engineered through better data. This all starts by understanding the best manufacturing quality metrics and being able to discern which levers are responsible for moving the needle on this goal. Quality is an essential[…]
OEE vs OPE (TEEP) – Which Should Manufacturers Calculate? What’s the difference between OEE and OPE metrics in manufacturing? This is an interesting question I see asked a lot. Below, I’ll get into the difference between OEE and OPE (which is also known as TEEP) and highlight the advantages of tracking both. In my synopsis[…]
The discussion surrounding manufacturing analytics often quickly diverts to a conversation about analyzing machines, production, and operational elements of manufacturing. However, one of the new ways that top manufacturers are leveraging analytics is in how they use utilities like energy, water, and more.
Consider the way that a production line runs or the amount of water used on many factory floors. These efforts leverage a lot of resources, and not just the ones internal to the manufacturer.
Manufacturers are starting to realize these are not fixed costs. Utilities offer a major area for savings for a lot of manufacturers.
What Is OEM Analytics? By: Bryan Sapot, CEO and Founder – SensrTrx I’ll start this with a bit of an origin story. It is the origin story of SensrTrx and how we came up with the idea to build an OEM Analytics solution. Something that is still unique in the market today. In 2015, I[…]
Software Can’t Reduce Downtime… But This Can… A couple of weeks ago I was meeting with the VP of Operations at one of our customer’s plants. He said something interesting. “Software can’t reduce downtime, scrap or increase throughput only my team can do that”, he shared. “What your software does is solve a problem every manufacturer[…]
The Power of a Single Machine Data Point Everyone talks about the IoT, IIoT, Big Data and “AI for manufacturing“. But, this means lots of machine data, right? That data all has to go somewhere. One of the most common questions we get at SensrTrx is, “Will our internet connection be able to handle all[…]
Supercharge Legacy Manufacturing Equipment Manufacturing equipment lasts a long time, I have been in plants that had equipment from the 40s, 50s, and 60s and those machines are still running strong. A lot of these machines have no electronics or if they do they are very simple. Therefore, our preferred solution of connecting directly to[…]
Manufacturing ERP Systems Don’t Do What You Think They Do I talk about manufacturing software a lot. I have spent decades building, developing, and working on the ground-level with manufacturing software. Unfortunately, a lot of what is marketed to manufacturers is smoke and mirrors. Manufacturing ERP systems are usually one of the first software systems[…]
Manufacturing Analytics is not the same as MES or ERP If you don’t want to read this whole post I will summarize: Manufacturing Analytics is not ERP or MES. Simple, right? It is a different tool with a different goal. So do you need both? Probably not, right? Not surprisingly, I would say that is[…]
Do you like spending lots of money, burdening your staff, and secretly wondering if the data you have is actually correct? I bet you don’t. Welcome to the world of manufacturing systems integration.
Here’s the truth. You want integrated data and a single source of the truth.