Industrial IoT – Siemens Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT
Industrial IoT for Electronics Shop-Floor Data Acquisition & Normalization
This paper describes an example of Industry 4.0 – the Fraunhofer Future Packaging Line, introduced at the SMT Nuremberg show in 2017. The Fraunhofer display featured a concept of the world’s first open, multi-vendor, IoT-connected surface mount technology (SMT) line, demonstrating the technology and the mutually beneficial business model opportunities that arise from IoT connectivity.
Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT gathers live information from every process and machine on the shop-floor in PCB assembly to create the Digital Twin of shop-floor performance and to provide an accurate informative view of the equipment, line, and the entire factory.
Industrial IoT devices provided by Siemens collect real-time data from the equipment on the factory floor and communicate that data with other machines and software systems throughout the factory. Accurate and complete data collection is the foundation for a Digital Factory and holistic manufacturing for achieving Industry 4.0.
Why choose Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT for Industrial IoT in your factory?
Advanced interfaces for the majority of machines
Industrial IoT devices included in Opcenter can count on robust connections to hundreds of machine models and manual processes. Additional advanced interfaces are frequently added. Additional machines and manual processes are supported through flexible and generic interfaces (sensors, scanners, light towers, etc.).
Normalizes the data of the whole factory
Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT normalizes and enriches the collected data into a single standardized specification, ODB++Manufacturing, to be used by company in-house applications and third-party solutions to create a full data flow between the shop-floor and enterprise systems.
Easy to implement and use
Industrial IoT with Opcenter guarantees an easy connection between enterprise solutions and the shop-floor. It automatically normalizes data into Open Manufacturing Language (ODB++M), and connects new and legacy machines. It is robust, plug-and-play, independent, scalable, cost-effective, easy to deploy, with high data integrity and security.
Live Shopfloor performance monitoring
Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT collects real-time event data from machines and processes. It improves asset utilization through bottleneck identification and stops processes automatically on the basis of feeder performances. It uses normalized key performance indicators (KPIs) for all lines and machines, provides customizable real-time reports and dashboards, including optional Business Intelligence reporting (OEE, Yield, etc.).
Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT: ODB++M applications
Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT normalizes and enriches the collected data into a single standardized specification, ODB++Manufacturing (previously known as OML). Using the ODB++Manufacturing software development kit (SDK) provided with the Opcenter Execution Electronics IoT solution, real-time manufacturing data in ODB++Manufacturing format can be used by company in-house applications and third-party solutions to create a full data flow between the shop-floor and enterprise systems.
Closed-loop feedback systems
Quality, productivity, performance, flexibility
Opportunity to utilize live shop-floor data in “big data” applications.
Asset utilization, productivity, performance
Accurate and live material consumption and spoilage
Inventory accuracy, Just in time logistics, full material traceability
Precise control and visibility for planning and resource management
Management and automated decisions based on facts
Process level conformance, compliance and process traceability, poka-yoke control
Automated, accurate, timely and precise, active quality management
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