Monthly Archives: March 2014

Become A Global Leader In Manufacturing, Apply MES Right Away!

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What separates an Industry leader from the followers? Why are the leaders able to adapt faster to changes and achieve higher market shares? What makes Organizations like Intel, Sony, Bose and Toyota, the Best-In-Class or leaders in their respective industries? The answers to these questions are similar to some extent. Every Organization that has been able to understand their customers and successfully convert their needs, into products and services has been able to become the leader in their industry. An extraordinary Organization does not aim at doing different things, but rather at doing things differently, by understanding their capabilities and … Continue reading

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Yes, You Can Have Better Process Control, Employ SPC System Today!

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Why do we need process control? To what extent should the data be analyzed? Will my operation really gain anything from an automated SPC application? These questions arise in an operations manager’s mind whenever the topic of an automated SPC system comes up for discussion. Let us try and answer these questions and help our operation manager in distress. The first question seems a little irrelevant to me, because I am ardent believer in the saying, ‘what can be measured can be Managed.’ Without an SPC system it would be very difficult to separate assignable causes and non assignable causes … Continue reading

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FIS A Necessity For Better Production And Decision Making

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FIS stands for Factory Information System; it is an application which is considered crucial by automation experts. There are many versions and variants in which an FIS can be applied in a factory but we will look into that part a bit later in the article. Right now let’s focus on what an FIS really is and what makes it so necessary for modern factories. To begin with let us focus on the value of information, and the need to have real time info about the factory floor. Every manager irrespective of position or function will agree with me when … Continue reading

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A One-Stop-Shop for Data Management, Factory Automation, Factory MES, Manufacturing Excellence and IT/Software Services.

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The IT needs for every Organization is unique and the functionality required by them is diverse and multifaceted. Time has come to look beyond the generalized packages available today and focus on individual needs. Tailor made products for Data Management, Factory Management, Factory MES etc. are changing the way Organizations are doing business today. We at I2DS are dedicated to provide complete Information Solutions to Organizations that want to optimize their operations. I2DS is a one stop shop for every IT need of your Organization, as we make products focused on your operations. Our products focus on not just sustaining … Continue reading

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Information Systems, The Future Of Manufacturing

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Ever since the beginning of human civilization, what sets us apart from other animals in the world is our ability to communicate, express thoughts and process information. Human beings have come a long way from gathering food, scavenging and hunting to building super cities and living in well established industrial societies. Do you ever think how has that been possible, it cant be just intelligence right? When I think about the growth of human beings on the whole, it strikes me that the main reason for our amazing growth is our ability to innovate and the pursuit of being better. … Continue reading

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Is an MES application successful in discreet manufacturing?

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Discreet Manufacturing is considered different from process manufacturing because the end product being produced is different every time, unlike process manufacturing. Practices like customization and delayed differentiation have allowed discreet manufacturers achieve the economies of scale and scope. Process manufacturing concentrates on refining the process and achieving the same end result every time with lesser cost and higher quality. In discreet manufacturing however, the process of production needs to be flexible and adapt itself to the desired end result. In discreet manufacturing the ability of the process to change as the product specifications change is a prerogative, also the high … Continue reading

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