Go with the Adaptive and Dynamic production!
Flexible and fast responses to changes in market dynamics improve performance. Made-for-me production flows are the future of manufacturing coherent with Industry 4.0. A reality that Omron already provides today through its cutting edge iAutomation approach. Turning factory floor data into highly valuable information, we realize intelligent automation solutions for manufacturers around the globe.
Highly automated solutions including robotics
Mass customization is a key trend nowadays and acquiring more flexibility in the production line a must. Quick changeovers that enable variations in e.g. colour, flavour, shape, size, or print must be produced with high quality and within reasonable costs. By deploying adaptive and dynamic production a factory tailors current production lines to this new production environment. It can be realized with highly automated solutions including robotics. A unique combination of expertise that makes Omron the premium partner for manufacturers who seek a full solution provider with a proven international track record.
Modular set-up for mass customization
This article is part of the Omron's series of publications entitled 'OEE & me' and covers 'Go with Adaptive and Dynamic production!'.
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Transforming the manufacturing industry beyond OEE
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You know the routine. Switching from one product to another on your production line means a costly full stop, making all kinds of changes, starting up again, discarding the materials and packaging already fed into the line together with start-up rejects, and only then can production resume. Well, have we got good news for you: smart sensing for multiple materials!