It is possible to receive data from the counter by different methods. For example, the headlamps, DNC software and PLCs, What is important is how the flow of data is used and what purposes are used. Flow is given; It can be used in fields such as follow-up of manufacturing processes, quality control, detection of anomalies, creation of rules. When integrated with ERP and peripherals, IQVision general usage is ensured by enriching with IOT and sensors in industry 4.0 framework, using decision support and artificial intelligence.

IQVision Industry Targeted 4.0; Machine Learning Assisted Production, Planning and Cost Improvement Decision Support System project.

General Equipment Activity Calculation

OEE (General Equipment Activity) is the gold standard for measuring production efficiency. Simply put, it defines the percentage of production time that is really productive. Your% OEE rating means that you only produce Good Parts as soon as possible without any Stop Time. OEE stands for 100% Quality (only Good Pieces), 100% Performance (as fast as possible), and 100% Usability (no Stop Time).

Measuring OEE is the best manufacturing method. By measuring OEE and underlying losses, you will gain important insight into how you can systematically improve your production process. OEE is the single best metric for determining losses, comparing progress, and increasing the productivity of manufacturing equipment (ie removing wastes from the ground).

TEEP Calculation

TEEP (Total Effective Equipment Performance) is a performance metric that provides information about the actual capacity of your production operation. Both Equipment Losses (measured by OEE) and Schedule Losses (measured by using) are considered.

TEEP is calculated by multiplying by four factors: Usability, Performance, Quality and Usage.

In short, contrast OEE and TEEP:

OEE measures the percentage of the Planned Production Time that is truly productive.
TEEP measures the percent of All Time, which is really productive.
If your TEEP score is 100%, you will be able to create Good Parts (24/7) without interruption for only 24 hours as soon as possible. In other words, you do not have Program Loss and OEE Loss.

AVAILABILITY; Usability considerations Unplanned and Planned Postures. An availability score of 100% means that the process always runs through the Planned Production Time.
PERFORMANCE; Performance adds Slow Cycles and Small Stops to the account. A 100% Performance score means that when the process runs, it runs as fast as possible.
QUALITY; The quality account is considered. Defects (need parts included Rework). 100% Quality Score means no defect (only Good Parts are produced)