TPM module of the FELTEN Group offers a highly automated management of improvement for the production company on October 14, 2011 is a Webinar on the workflow-based measures management instead of Serrig, 27.09.2011 – the FELTEN group has developed a rule-based solution for the management of the measure. It analyzes not only the needs of optimization and initiates automatically necessary improvement measures, but analyzes also their results and launches alternative optimization actions in case of need. This largely automated process takes place until the desired results are achieved. Therefore this solution is not as usual limited on the analysis, but there is also the subsequent coordination of the optimization measures via the PILOT module workflow-based. This module for the action management of the PILOT belongs to the TPM system suite”and supported with a systematic approach methodology workflow supported both complex projects to improve productivity, as also detailed measures in the As part of the continuous improvement processes (CIP). Thus the FELTEN solution differs significantly from the conventional systems for production data acquisition (PDA), especially since she in addition to the TPM-orientation is also based on the approach of production intelligence. How of the solution for the optimization of processes is in the dashboard by PILOT TPM”shown.
It has four key phases: step 1: the action is planned. The identification of the current potential for improvement includes first through a dashboard data analysis, as well as a selection of the necessary measures. They are defined in the system and provided with appropriate test parameters. Then starts a workflow that coordinates all further steps of the continuous improvement process. In this way, the measure of a previously defined and responsible for the implementation of the measure group is associated. 2 step: In this phase, the actual optimization is initiated.
The execution concerns such as the change of a process parameter or testing and tuning of the measure quickly feasible and simple means to a previously selected sample process. The workflow system supports the implementation of the measures by memory mechanisms. 3 step test results: the consequences or results are evaluated after a predetermined period of time. Repeated analysis determines whether the performed action has obtained an improvement of the process and how this measure to other processes or areas be transferred can, to achieve the best possible benefit. The workflow system here offers the opportunity to document the appropriate reviews and further steps. 4 step: Finally, the measure is rolled out and cyclically checked. If she resulted in successful results, is transferred to other processes and areas, for example, on more production lines, to generate multiplier effects. FELTEN intelligently optimize the title leads to October 14, 2011″a webinar to the Workflow-based measures management through. More information and registration see about FELTEN group: The FELTEN group is an international operating software and consulting company, the solutions to optimise processes for all production areas and according to international quality standards of GMP and FDA (21CFR part 11) developed. Clients include Beiersdorf, Boehringer Ingelheim, Symrise, Sensient, Texas instruments, etc. FELTEN has become the first supplier the holistic and process-oriented production intelligence approach. The company is present except in German-speaking Europe in the United Kingdom, France and Singapore.