Manufacturing Data Gathering, Contextualizing Software

System Insights has launched Vimana Enrich, a software solution that simplifies the capture and integration of relevant data from the shop floor and business systems and adds context to the manufacturing process without increasing time and cost for programming and systems integration.

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System Insights has launched Vimana Enrich, a software solution that simplifies the capture and integration of relevant data from the shop floor and business systems and adds context to the manufacturing process without increasing time and cost for programming and systems integration. It is said to enable manufacturers to leverage machine data to gain improved insight, in real time, that will support decision making and enable Smart Manufacturing, the company says.

The software is a stand-alone, on-premise, streaming application that consumes data from MTConnect and other data sources. It leverages a set of standard and custom-developed rules to generate events that can be consumed by Vimana Utilize or other analytics platforms for visualization and predictive analytics. Enriched data can also be integrated with other manufacturing and business systems to include ERP, maintenance and scheduling systems to enable a closed-loop process and end-to-end supply chain automation, enabling end-to-end process automation.

Vimana Enrich is designed to enable manufacturers to be able to identify the true state of the manufacturing process such as current machine activity, asset health, part production and operator status. Additionally, events and alerts can be created for insight into needed actions focused on maintenance, scheduling, inventory, part quality and more.

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