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Process Automation Process Monitoring. ● Allows for traceability (for quality control based on specifications for defective products and damage, and improving quality) at the production site ● Minimizes inventory and works-in-process to realize production synchronized with supply and demand

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Process automation process monitoring

  • Process Automation

  • Process Monitoring


Process automation process monitoring

● Allows for traceability (for quality control based on specifications for defective products and damage, and improving quality) at the production site

● Minimizes inventory and works-in-process to realize production synchronized with supply and demand

● Reduces lead time

● Makes the production process visible

● Allows you to grasp manufacturing process issues

● Simplifies modifying the production line as it is compatible with high-mix low-volume production

● Eliminates visual confirmation errors  Utilizing rewritable sheets, etc.

RFID CASE STUDY: SURUGA


Process automation process monitoring

Process 1

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Process 3

Process 4

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Process: 1

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Process: 2

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Process: 4

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RFID CASE STUDY: SURUGA

Assembly Production Management

Assembly sequence data is written to RFID tags at beginning of operations

★The process sequence does not need to be included in the operation instructions as it is written to the RFID tags

Instructions for the next process are given from RFID tag process information

★When using RFID tags, it is possible to make operation orders without transmitting to the host

★A post-operation check is performed to ensure no operation was omitted


Process automation process monitoring

RFID CASE STUDY:

Domain:Process control

Purpose:Control the tooling and the process at manufacturing

Final Client: Allison Transmission, USA

Equipment:WAP HF


Process automation process monitoring

RFID CASE STUDY:

Domain:Process Automation

Purpose:provide mobile reader for a global process automation offer

Final Client: Siemens, Germany

Partner:Warok

Equipment:WAP UHF CAEN, 915 Mhz and 868 Mhz


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