Continuous Improvement

You need visibility into the plant and data that indicates how the plant is operating. Right now, you’re likely tracking everything that happens on the floor, manually. Maybe you’re doing this with a stopwatch, a clipboard, or a whiteboard. But, there’s a better way to get the data you need.

Manufacturing analytics gives you the ability to collect data automatically. You will know where the problems are, how to fix them, and ensure they stay fixed.

How Will Manufacturing Analytics Make My Job Easier?

  • Determine where the biggest sources of losses and waste are on the floor with root cause analysis
  • See if the changes made are improving or impairing the process(es)
  • Automatically monitor KPIs
  • Sustain the gains achieved through real-time monitoring

Resources Created Just for You

H&T Drives Continuous Improvement Through Data

In this case study, you’ll learn how H&T reduced micro stoppages by 71%, drove continuous improvement projects, and evaluated success based on the data collected.

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Measure the Manufacturing Process, Not Just the Machine

Focusing only on a machine isn’t going to give you what you need on the factory floor. There are often other steps, which is why it’s important to measure the manufacturing process as a whole.

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Podcast: Rooted in Reliability

SensrTrx CEO, Bryan Sapot, and host, James Kovacevic, sit down to discuss data, reliability, and visibility on the plant floor.

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Short Video: Start Small, Think Big, Move Fast

See how SensrTrx enables manufacturers to start small, think big, move fast, and easily grow from a single machine at one plant to thousands of machines across the globe with manufacturing analytics.

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What is SensrTrx?

How Will SensrTrx Help in Other Areas of the Company?

CEO

Get a complete understanding of how the plant is running.

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VP of Operations

Focus on tangible, hard data to make decisions.

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Plant Manager

Get visibility into the plant, department by department.

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Production Manager

Eliminate manual reporting and determine if production is on schedule or not.

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Quality Manager

Determine where failures are occurring and why, in real-time.

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IT Executive

Ensure software is flexible, scalable, and above all else, secure.

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Manufacturing or Process Engineer

Stop tracking manually, find the problem areas, and fix them with data.

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Planner

Schedule production more accurately and see how jobs are progressing.

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Maintenance

Move from calendar-based maintenance to condition-based maintenance.

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