Here's How IoT Assist Manufacturing Industry Management
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Here's How IoT Assist Manufacturing Industry Management

By Manufacturing Technology Insights | Monday, December 09, 2019

A digitally connected factory facilitates machinery to transmit pertinent data to their operators, allowing them to administer factory units remotely with process automation and optimization.

FREMONT, CA: The manufacturing sector is on the peak of a revolution; the one that is driven by engineering accuracy and mechanized by disruptive technologies. Dysfunctional systems, equipment damages, and anything else that compromises manufacturing competence is the biggest challenges that the industry’s leaders seek to overcome with the assistance of technology.

Their tool of choice involves the Internet of Things (IoT), a technology that brings connectivity and new visibility to each machine and section of their ecosystem. Manufacturers understand that IoT can help them improve their global production and supply chain processes. It benefits them by enhancing facility management, plant safety, production process monitoring, quality control, and allows for the optimization of the supply chain.

A digitally connected factory facilitates machinery to transmit pertinent data to their operators, allowing them to administer factory units remotely with process automation and optimization. After a while, a digitally connected factory can assist managers in recognizing and enhancing Key Result Areas (KRAs) as well.

Facility management solutions, which incorporate IoT sensors, not only monitor manufacturing tools but also trigger alerts when problems arise. The sensors permit manufacturers to cut down repair costs and downtime, decrease energy consumption, reduces machine downtime, and boosts production efficiency.

Real-time IoT can also aid production process monitoring by offering recommendations about possible changes to reduce wastes and further reduce costs. Additionally, manufacturers are also exploring how combining IoT and big data analysis and can advance worker’s safety and plant security by tracking the facilities’ Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of health and safety, and swiftly addressing Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) related issues.

Employing IoT sensors in quality control can collect mass product information and other syndicated data like temperature, raw materials used, and environmental data of the final product. The sensors can also help gather data on customer’s input when using the product that allows identifying and correcting quality problems.

Providing real-time data in the supply chain is something that profoundly interests companies. It helps them meet global demand more efficiently by feeding data into Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and other systems.

The information connects businesses with other relevant parties in the supply chain that allows all parties to trace the production process. The gathered data facilitates predicting challenges, decreasing inventory, and reducing the funds blocked in working capital.

There is no uncertainty that IoT provides many benefits to manufacturers looking to enhance their facilities and deliver better products to consumers at a lower cost. Despite the competition, those that employ the right solutions quickly may find an opportunity to win over customers before the market adjusts.

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