Consider all factors
Do not increase availability by 5% at the expense of quality decreasing by 4%. Break down OEE and look at all factors: availability, plant utilisation and quality. Identify all your productivity losses and set goals to reduce or even eliminate them.
Focus on the process bottleneck
Measure your productivity at the bottleneck process. The entire process is no better than the weakest link. If you improve your bottleneck throughput, you will improve your whole process. Prioritise the biggest losses (Six Big Losses) and work on continuous improvements (Kaizen, 改善).
Track results in real time
Automate data collection to be able to calculate your OEE quickly, easily and reliably. Digitize and visualise your OEE in a web application enabling you to track your results in real time and act on deviations no matter where you are.
We can automate your data collection and calculate your OEE quickly, easily and reliably. We can also visualise your productivity on production boards and in web applications so you may surveil your productivity in real time, track your biggest losses and streamline your production.
100% OEE means you’re producing as quickly as possible, without any downtime, and everything you produce is OK. In reality, the majority of manufacturing companies have around 60% OEE, which means there are clear losses and many opportunities for improvements. Let’s get started!