Production Monitoring FAQ’s
By running just a few parts, Datanomix creates performance benchmarks for every job you run. Benchmarks are based on your best performance for every part and evolve over time, providing a stretch goal for future runs of that part. The benchmarks are also used to create a production score—from A plus to C minus—for every job.
Production scores—or Fusion Factor—for every job are displayed on smart TVs on the shop floor. This easy-to-understand score shows your entire team—in real time—which jobs are on track and which jobs need attention. Different shifts know how they are performing in relation to your benchmarks and to other shifts, giving everyone an incentive to achieve.
This is one of the things that makes us unique—we don’t require operator input for anything. Our software automatically figures out benchmarks for cycle time, parts/hr and utilization just by doing statistical analysis on the data coming from your machines.
We typically just need WiFi network information and can take it from there. We plug a device into your CNC machines which sits on the WiFi network and is collecting real-time data.
Our pricing is per machine per year, not per user. You can have as many user accounts as you’d like.
It certainly can, although the vast majority of our customers choose to run us as a standalone system because of the value of our information and the quality of our user interface.
A ProShop ERP integration is now available inside the Datanomix platform. By enabling this integration, Datanomix automatically matches part numbers in the machine code to those from the ProShop ERP system and extracts target takt times. These targets are integrated into the Datanomix Quote Calibration Report to quickly identify opportunities for margin improvement by comparing the ProShop target takt times to Datanomix actuals and benchmarks. Pre-packaged filters in the report show exactly which jobs to work on —Biggest Winners, Biggest Losers, Losers that Could Be Winners, and Winners with Upside— are a Continuous Improvement leader’s dream.
If you are looking for deeper insights from your ERP system, you should consider our Digital GEMBA Board.
Digital GEMBA FAQ’s
Part of our Digital GEMBA Board product includes our GEMBA Connector—a simple piece of software that connects to your ERP database to feed information into our system.
We currently support ShopTech E2, JobBoss and GlobalShop. Have something different? We’re more than happy to work with you!
The solution includes everything you will need to broadcast the GEMBA Board on a smart TV. TV’s can be placed in both office areas and on the factory floor for interaction by all team members. Our Digital GEMBA Board is designed to be a real time interactive experience.
Condition Monitoring FAQ’s
In addition to the alarms available from your machines themselves, you can monitor any environmental condition of your choosing. Common applications include temperatures, pressures, and vibrations.
We work with any brand of sensors that supports IO-Link. This includes the most common industrial brands such as Baluff and IFM.
We support text and e-mail alerting. Additionally, our software automatically determines reasonable statistical ranges for any condition on a per machine and per job basis. This means we know acceptable ranges of tool loads, vibrations, etc. on each job you run, and are able to guardband those to detect outliers and alert you accordingly.