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SyncView® is a real-time, synchronized manufacturing visualization and communication system that gives everyone the ability to monitor equipment and process status as it happens – from wherever they are. Through simple, self-directed drag and drop screens, SyncView® software lets you visualize data the way you want to see it; giving you instant access to manufacturing intelligence that will drive quality decisions throughout your organization and empower continuous improvement initiatives.
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White Paper: End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility Technology is Here
Visibility continues to be a top concern for supply chain leaders across the globe. End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility Technology is Here, addresses new technologies for enabling end-to-end supply chain visibility – and its link to modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing. Through research and case studies, the paper offers guidance in building a business case for end-to-end supply chain visibility technology by covering how, why, and where Demand-Driven Manufacturers are investing today.
Thought Leadership: Three Key Strategies of Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing
Today’s manufacturers are meeting complex market demands while maintaining desired levels of customer satisfaction, supplier performance and production throughput by applying Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing strategies that enable a more connected environment and serve as the catalyst for progressive concepts, including:
- The Industrial Internet of Things
- Smart Manufacturing
- Synchronized Planning, Scheduling and Execution
- End-to-end Supply Chain Visibility
Download this paper for an overview of the three key strategies of Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing.
Thought Leadership: Demand-Driven Manufacturing Can Help You Cost-Justify Your Next IIoT Project
While the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connects data assets, manufacturers need to think about how they are going to curate this data and transform it into actionable – and quantifiable – results. This paper offers the method of Demand-Driven Manufacturing as the link to IIoT value creation across the organization. Cost-justification examples touch on preventative maintenance, just-in-time material replenishment, quality assurance and increased throughput created by synchronizing planning, scheduling and production execution data.
Thought Leadership: Eliminate Production Bottlenecks; Manage Manufacturing Constraints
What is the difference between a bottleneck and a constraint? And, what’s the best strategy for managing each of these inhibitors to production flow?
Eliminate Production Bottlenecks; Manage Manufacturing Constraints explains how Lean and Demand-Driven Manufacturers categorize constraints and bottlenecks – and why they need to be addressed differently. The paper reviews:
- Different strategies for managing bottlenecks and constraints while accounting for variability.
- How production flow-based constraints have been addressed through different Drum-Buffer-Rope (DBR) methods from The Theory of Constraints (TOC)
- How DBR concepts have evolved into technology that synchronizes the entire value stream and automatically sets the optimal production pace to drive flow.
Thought Leadership: 2018 Top Ten Trends in Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing
With all signals pointing toward a good year, manufacturers have a decision to make. They can enjoy the strong economy while it lasts or look to the future and invest in technologies that will help them build a stronger organization that can prosper through economic shifts.
Last year, the common thread throughout our Top Ten Trends in Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing list was digitization, synchronization and visualization. This year’s trends revolve around the maturity – and execution – of these concepts.
Report: 2017 Top Ten Trends in Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing
The 2017 Top Ten Trends for Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing is based on interactions with hundreds of manufacturers and industry experts – addressing challenges, supporting innovation and introducing technologies. The constant, key themes that rise to the top are digitization, synchronization and visibility.
The 2017 Top Ten Trends report provides descriptions and real-world examples of each trend. Download the report here:
Customer Case Study: Orbital ATK
Orbital ATK, Aerospace Structures Division (ASD), is a leading supplier of composite structures for the aerospace and defense industries. With a strong foothold in commercial and military aircraft and launch vehicle programs, the company was looking to equip a new facility with demand-driven, factory of the future technology to support its growing commercial aircraft business.
Read the case study to learn how the Synchrono® Demand-Driven Manufacturing Platform helped Orbital ATK create an award-winning transformation.
Video Case Study: How Orbital ATK is Leveraging the IIoT and Visual Factory Technology to Drive Continuous Improvements.
Video: SyncView Real-Time Manufacturing Visualization System – 4 min. Overview
Video: The 3 Key Strategies Driving Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing
Video: Visualizing Metrics in the Factory of the Future
Product Information Sheet: SyncView® Software
Real-time, self-service manufacturing visualization and communication system
SyncView® is a real-time, self-service manufacturing visualization system that gives everyone the ability to monitor equipment and process status as it happens – from wherever they are. SyncView® software connects to any data source to visualize data the way you want to see it, giving you instant access to information that will drive quality decisions throughout your organization and empower continuous improvement initiatives.
FAQs: SyncView® Software
Real-time manufacturing visualization and communication system
SyncView® is a real-time manufacturing visualization and communication system that provides a single, synchronized view of what is happening at every level of the enterprise and extended supply chain.
Drawing from machine, operations, and enterprise data sources, SyncView® gives users the ability to create personalized views of data called “Boards” that monitor equipment and process status in real time. With this level of visibility, users benefit from instant access to information that will drive quality decisions throughout the organization and empower continuous improvement initiatives with confidence and clarity.