The application of visualisation and production process control allows continuous improvement to the process and cost reductions. Reports from an industrial database are helpful in detecting the bottlenecks on a production line resulting from recurrent failures or poor organisation of component supply.
Visualisation systems enable continuous information transfer from the detectors installed on the production lines or technological installations concerning: temperature, flow, pressure etc. The software can record readings, present current and historical charts as well as process reports, failure alerts, and, last but not least, present process visualisation in the form of a clear synoptic diagram with a legend and parameters displayed on the computer screen.
Visualisation systems provide the possibility of distributed process control from several operator stations. An additional computer installed in the office of the CTO can give a full view of plant operation.
A graphical visualisation consists of a diagram which illustrates the flow of data in a production process. After the data for a specific technological process have been defined, it is possible to view the status of the production stage of a particular product. Individual production stages are depicted as icons.
Integrating individual devices into a network allows operational activities to be minimized and to enhance the effectiveness of individual devices, which leads to elimination of downtime and failures.
All control systems and visualisation software are devised and programmed in our own Department, which makes us independent from outside companies and enables us to cater for the client’s needs as well as implement any necessary changes. Upon the client’s request backup and a hotline can be installed (e.g. in compliance with HACCP). SPS is the core of each automation system. It is a junction for all information about the process or a machine. The effectiveness of a device is directly linked to the effectiveness of the SPS and software.