Given the fact that robots are introduced in the production line to increase Productivity and improve Quality, monitoring the shop floor and maintaining the uptime of robots and other machines are becoming very critical for a shop floor manager.
A typical shop floor manager of a manufacturing production line will perform the below-mentioned responsibilities on a daily basis.
Resolving manufacturing and maintenance problems
Evaluate existing manufacturing activity
Directs production activities in accordance with productions schedules
Ensuring maximum utilization of assigned resources, machines, personnel, and materials
Must have complete knowledge of production scheduling and shop operations
Know how to setup, operate, and troubleshoot Machine Tools
In order to accomplish his duties, he should be equipped with the correct information about his shop floor always. Information can be related to the production or condition of the equipments used in the production line.
The shop floor manager would want to use software to
View the live updates of my production line
Check the trend of the OEE metrics
Be alerted before any catastrophic event
Monitor the KPI targets
Solve production issues remotely
Identify the bottlenecks of my shop floor
Receive alerts for any anomalies found
Generate various reports
RoboMon helps the shop floor manager achieve his responsibilities effortlessly.