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Future industry & Digital visual management

FACTORY OF THE FUTURE FOR VISUAL MANAGEMENT & SELF OPERATORS

 

Does your team leader want to view production results? Does he need to turn on each time his computer? With visual management it is not a problem, these results are visible on a simple digital dashboard. Then operator is able to make decisions by himself and leave more time for his team-leader for more value added tasks. This lean method applies both to factories and to administrative processes.

 

By integrating future factory & visual management, the operator can take his own responsibilities and take care of his work independently. This inevitably saves time leader time. The operator can, therefore, manage the advances/delays in real time, balance serial operations and production control, reduce the waste rate and monitor the synthetic rate of return every hour.

 

HOW TO DEVELOP THIS CONCEPT?

 

This concept goal is to make operators more autonomous. Indeed, it makes visible the facts related to the monitoring processes in a real-time. In this way, operators, as well as managers, can have access to the evolution of processes at any time.

 

In order to implement this concept, it is necessary for the company to determine in advance which are the most important indicators to display. The indicator should be easy to understand and interpret. With these indicators, the operators will know what to do and when and they will also know why.

 

Finally, each position requires personalised dashboard.

 

Future industry & digital visual management can only work if operators and team leaders understand the interest and agree to change their habits. It takes the time to integrate this concept into the workplace.

PINGFLOW AND DIGITAL VISUAL MANAGEMENT

PingFlow offers a digital visual management solution for large and small companies. Enable your teams to focus on their operations, meet their objectives and increase efficiency. Find the easier way to collaborate with real-time data!

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