Operations & Maintenance System (OMS) solution provides automatic data acquisition and data collection capabilities and offers a user-friendly user interface for viewing real time data and reports.
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No more manual searching through various reports to find your key performance data! The OMS user interface and reporting system contains a variety of reports that offer multiple ways to view your data. A wide selection of reports and graphs guarantees that every employee can get the information they need. Whether you’re looking for a high-level overview or a detailed shift report, you can get it from OMS.
Because of its web-based user interface, our OMS solution also offers remote access, so you can see the production information from anywhere in the world. Whether you are on a business trip or vacation, or you want to see the production status of a remote plant, OMS can deliver the information seamlessly.
Our OMS manufacturing software provides companies the business intelligence necessary to stay competitive in today’s global economy. By monitoring the production process, manufacturers can identify key areas that need improvement and make the necessary changes. Thus, OMS will help you increase productivity during ramp-ups and ramp-downs, reduce downtime and inefficiencies, optimize your production process, and improve your OEE.
The three main variables used to calculate OEE are:
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is a standard term used in manufacturing operations. It measures how well the equipment in a manufacturing plant is being utilized compared to its full potential. Companies that are considered “best in class,” are those that operate at 85% of their potential or better. However, most companies’ OEE is far below that mark, averaging about 60%.
The Availability Rate in OEE is calculated by dividing the amount of time a machine operates by the planned production time. For example, if a company operates 8 hours per day (480 minutes), but experiences 40 minutes of unplanned downtime, then its availability rate is 440/480 = 91.67%. In other words, the equipment is only operating 91.67% of its scheduled time.
The Performance Rate in OEE can be calculated in two different ways, depending on whether performance is measured using Ideal Cycle Time or Ideal Run Rate.
For manufacturers who use ideal cycle time, the performance rate is calculated as follows:
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For manufacturers who use ideal run rate, the performance rate is calculated as follows:
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The main purpose of the Performance Rate is to measure how fast the equipment is operating, as compared to its potential.
Finally, the Quality Rate in OEE is calculated by dividing the number of pieces that meet the quality standard by the total number of units produced. For example, if a company produced 100 pieces, of which only 90 are usable, then the quality rate is 90%.
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