Optimize HPP production for better equipment control and operation with JBT-Avure’s iOPS.
JBT-Avure iOPS is Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) software for improved HPP factory utilization, visibility and control. With iOPS manufacturers can capture more data, analyze it faster, and act on it immediately. Get access to important production effectiveness data in real time to locate bottlenecks and root causes through production and machine utilization reports.
iOPS collects data 24/7 and uploads to a military grade secure cloud service. From connection to transmission and storage, all data is fully encrypted with two-factor authentication. By monitoring OEE & downtime, manufacturers can pinpoint failures within the HPP production environment. The data can then be analyzed and viewed from different angles with user friendly dashboards. The insights gained help to formulate improvement measures in your production line.
Analytic status reports
Real time trending available
Configurable alarms and triggers
Powerful drill-down reporting
Operational benchmarking to compare performance over time
iOPS Main Dashboard
The main iOPS® dashboard contains high level key performance indicator statistics for measuring OEE, Availability, Productivity and more. Click on any of the information buttons on the main dashboard to drill down to detailed granular KPI data. All dashboards generate reports and filter by date ranges, with drill down by predefined time periods or zoom on month, week and day. Detailed, color coded-graphs and charts enable the maintenance team to quickly view and analyze data and formulate improvement measures in the production line. Additional filters include the ability to sort by lot, batch, recipe, alarm, operator and customer.
iOPS Detail Dashboards
A simple yet powerful metric to eliminate equipment losses and waste. See effectiveness on a daily, weekly or monthly level and compare where you are mainly spending that time.
Ensure cycles are produced as planned, keeping the machine up and running, minimizing time losses. Determine how machine and operator time is spent, whether in production or waiting.
Availability Rate = Cycle Time / (Cycle Time + Out of Cycle Time)
Monitor number of cycles per hour to achieve maximum throughput. Average and overall batch times are shown as well as a breakdown of the time percentage distribution. View trends day over day, week over week, or month over month. Compare overall time to the average.
Productivity Rate = Sum minimum cycle time / (Sum overall cycle time – Hold-time)
Safeguard quality with no rework, no defects, no waste. The graphs are color coded to pinpoint alarms quickly. Analyze batch quality, sort on successful or failed batches, zoom for success or alarm details.
Quality Rate = Total Successful Batches / Total Batches
By comparing nominal times with actual, iOPS can provide the user a quick overview on where opportunities are to reduce time.
The Alarm tabs allow maintenance to analyze warnings and stops, including the severity, frequency, duration, and steps per alarm. Compare the time impact of these alarms with a single click. Drill through for more details on that batch or alarm.
Analyzing and omitting wait time can speed up throughput. By comparing nominal times with actual, iOPS can quickly provide an overview of opportunities to reduce wait time.
If iOPS detects ineffectiveness in the system, a voice message can be sent via text, email, voice, or customized reporting. Compare failed and successful batches on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Filter by customer, product etc. to find the source of the issue.
The dashboard enables you to have the right information quickly whereas before we had to go back and revise the old data we had on the machine,” he says. “It gives us a good picture of how efficiently we are working with a machine and how efficient individual operators are. We found for example that we were losing time by manually filling machines and by changing that we have been able to save 45 minutes per week between four-five people increasing productivity with almost 4 hours per week.”
Willem van de Ven Site Manager, Pascal Processing
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