Machine Tool Connectivity Provides Real-Time Performance Data

PMTS 2017: In the dynamic world of Industry 4.0, TechSolve delivers machine tool connectivity and real-time visualization solutions for the manufacturing industry.

In the dynamic world of Industry 4.0, TechSolve delivers machine tool connectivity and real-time visualization solutions for the manufacturing industry. The company’s MTConnect VizAdapters, coupled with ShopViz for monitoring and visibility, gather data directly from machinery, revealing true, up-to-the-minute performance of the manufacturing operation, including productivity, process controls, downtime, and more.

Browser-based ShopViz allows immediate access to information from any location at any time. Users can realize, at a glance, exactly which assets are running, which are not, and why. Facts obtained directly from the equipment allow factory floor information to be shared throughout the organization. Custom reports demonstrate the success of improvement efforts and allow confident quoting of future work.

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