Machine Monitoring: Driving Bottom Line Impact with Real-Time Visibility and Automation

May 19, 2021 |

The ability to visualize and analyze machine health and production data accelerated critical, actionable bottleneck analysis that led to dramatic increases in machine utilization and OEE.

Mayville Engineering first engaged with MachineMetrics to accomplish a clear objective: increase their factory throughput by reducing downtime across its facilities. This required gaining full control of its machine and operational data from its manufacturing assets.

From day one, Mayville Engineering's application of MachineMetrics produced both granular and institutional changes to how the company operated. The ability to visualize and analyze machine health and production data accelerated critical, actionable bottleneck analysis that led to dramatic increases in machine utilization and OEE.

In this live webinar interview, MachineMetrics is thrilled to be joined by Michael Wisnefsky, engineering manager at Mayville Engineering who leads the organization's implementation of MachineMetrics. Michael will share their digital factory transformation story including: their initial goals, some of the challenges they faced, and how they were able to drive remarkable bottom-line impact leveraging the MachineMetrics IoT platform.

Agenda:

  • Machine monitoring
  • Downtime reduction
  • Capacity analysis
  • Machine data collection
  • Factory automation

Presenter 1:

Graham Immerman

VP Marketing, MachineMetrics

Graham Immerman is the VP of marketing for MachineMetrics, manufacturing's first industrial IoT platform for machines. Graham has quickly become an authority on digital factory transformation and the application of IoT technology for the manufacturing industry. Graham spent his early career working at global and boutique marketing firms to help craft successful digital marketing strategies for brands like Adidas, Reebok, H&R Block, and Starbucks.

Presenter 2:

Michael Wisnefski

Engineering Manager, Mayville Engineering

Michael is the lead engineering manager at Mayville Engineering Company, a leading U.S.-based contract manufacturer that provides a broad range of prototyping, tooling, production fabrication, coating, assembly, and after-market services. Michael is responsible for automation and continuous improvement initiatives.