Computerized Maintenance Management Systems

The Maintenance Platform of the Future

For shops that have operated the same way for 50 years and don't really know where to start a predictive maintenance program or where to focus PDM for competitive advantages in the future, Tom Hoenig of GTI Spindle Technology shares some critical insights into starting up and sustaining an effective system using the latest technology and devices.
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Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: Articles

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Adds MDT Software to e-F@ctory Alliance Program

MDT AutoSave provides superior interactive background monitoring with complete control over secured user and workstation access, disaster recovery, controlled editor operations, and automatic change notification in GX Works2, GX Developer, and C64 and C70 CNCs.

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Launches Energy Website for Manufacturers

The energy microsite includes an energy-saving calculator, a blog, and information on energy utilization in the facility layer, plant floor production equipment and processes.
This energy microsite has been created to help facility managers, plant managers, sustainability mangers and others within the manufacturing sector meet their aggressive energy reduction goals.

 

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: Products

Process Management Tool for Real-Time Monitoring

TIMS is software geared more towards process and machine tool management, rather than production monitoring. The software enables management to monitor real time and historical parameters on each machine within a cell, and the production line as a whole, from anywhere on the Intranet or Internet. The data collected is downloadable from the software and can be exported into Excel for analyzing, sharing, and emailing purposes.
Tongtai Integrated Monitoring Systems is a new software initiative from Absolute Machine Tools created between engineers and technology experts from Tongtai Machine Tools and FANUC.  

FACTIVITY Software Now Offered in Korean

To fulfill their needs, programmers at FACTIVITY changed many of the attributes associated with its shop floor data collection and workforce management interfaces to enable the system to serve additional target languages.
FACTIVITY announced the Korean translation of its Manufacturing Execution System collection software. 
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