DeMeter automates production data by consolidating, processing, and analyzing it while offering recommended process improvements, allowing the user to make informed decisions faster. The information produced by smart assembly tools can give valuable insights into the performance of individual tools or even entire production lines. It opens exciting new prospects for users, such as improving cycle time on the line, making continuous improvements to processes, and understanding production trends to improve long-term efficiency.
“I’m very excited that Desoutter has developed a new, data-driven solution that will help our customers accelerate their digital transformation,” said Andrés Tamayo, project manager at Desoutter. “In the smart factory, data is your most valuable commodity, producing insights and opening up exciting new possibilities that would have otherwise been missed.”
DeMeter will determine and alert users on predictive maintenance and condition monitoring so companies can fix issues before they arise. Real-time dashboards display valuable KPIs in a visual, easily digestible format. Users can choose from standard dashboards or create custom dashboards to meet their individual needs, allowing for tailored and relevant insights. Users will be able to get notifications and check on the status of devices in real-time and will have the ability to run historical reports to look for trends and areas to improve.
DeMeter is available as a software subscription service. DeMeter is compatible with Desoutter smart tools, with traceability software CVi NET WEB, with process control solution PivotWare, and with third-party sources. Based on Open Protocol, DeMeter is designed to integrate with other, non-Desoutter industrial assets, so it will pull data into a single user interface from multiple sources.
In addition to the above software, Desoutter provides electric and pneumatic assembly tools used in assembly and manufacturing operations.
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