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Is machine vision data part of your IIoT strategy? It should be.

Posted: 
March 22, 2018
Contributed by: 
Scigenuity Staff

On many production lines, the use of machine vision images is for basic pass/fail determination during the process cycle. Related data collection doesn’t often extend past camera performance. Pass/fail results, after serving their immediate purpose, are often discarded. If they are kept, they are commonly left on local PCs and servers, in silos across the plant that lack digital connectivity.

5 Top Trends in Smart Manufacturing

Posted: 
March 02, 2018
Contributed by: 
Scigenuity Staff

So, your plant collects data—but how are you using that data? Is your data empowering individuals on the plant floor to take quick, decisive action? Is your data supporting timely and informed decision-making in the corner office?

With reams of manufacturing process data being generated every day from each part and assembly on the production line, smart manufacturers are becoming wise to the power their data holds. Through meaningful data collection and analysis, smart manufacturers are experiencing profound gains in overall yield, product quality and process optimization.

How to trace root cause after a warranty claim or product recall

Posted: 
February 07, 2018
Contributed by: 
Robert Ouellette – New Product Launch Manager, Sciemetric

When a product comes back with a warranty claim, the next step is to determine the root cause of that problem. Many manufacturers rely on SPC data to try to pinpoint where the problem occurred, but this type of data can’t always reliably identify root cause.

Tracing root cause relies on the data

To determine which element of the manufacturing process has led to a warranty claim, the answer lies in digital process signatures, or waveforms.

5 ways a digital process signature can save time and money in manufacturing

Posted: 
January 30, 2017
Contributed by: 
Scigenuity Staff

Reduced production costs and improved quality isn’t an oxymoron … really.

It’s only to be expected that engineering and process staff might have a rocky relationship with the big promise of Industry 4.0. Achieving the goal of the connected factory where every piece of equipment digitally connects with another and every unit in production is traceable can seem daunting.

Which it is, if you still rely on the wrong tools to do the job.

Taming big data is key to plugging the holes in your leak test

Posted: 
November 29, 2016
Contributed by: 
Rob Plumridge - Leak Applications Engineer

Manufacturers are increasingly aware of the need to have long-term accountability to their customers and stakeholders – “we built a good part and have the data record to prove it.” With waveform signature analysis, they have the data trail they need to quickly find the root cause of a problem, determine its scope, and carry out a targeted recall of only the specific serial numbers effected.