Industrial Internet Of Things - IIOT

Industrial IOT

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Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) is one of the component that is very essential to have the data processing in Industry 4.0

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The heart of the analysis and customization of the production line is data. Data needs to be got real time, hence IIOT is essentially the heart of the data agrregation. .

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Machine manufacturing - Taking data from different machines from an OEM is essential to sell his machines, in the current scenario. The data can be simple production data for the customer OR service data for the technician.

Packing industry - Data taken from all the machines in the packing area, is an art to gather the data from the machines to analyze the efficiency of the production line. The health condition of the machines and the OEE needs to be analyzed and taken into effect.

Furnance temperature - Data from individual temperature sensors can be taken from the furnance and can be analyzed taken onto the cloud to find out the different effects of the temperature and analyze it carefully for a much efficient manner.

Sensor data - Data from the sensor, can be taken from the production machines to see the speed of the machines and the functionality of various operations, so that the current data of the production line can be seen dynamically by the management and supervisors.

PLC data - The data from the PLC/ SPS can be taken from the machine and can be sent to the cloud and furthur analysis can be done for improving the efficient flow of the line.

Machine Intelligence - Data from machines and sensors can be gathered furthur and anlaysis can be done, so that machines can get intelligent with the same part number analysis/ robotic analysis.

OEE - One of the essential count of the IIOT is get calculate the OEE. There are multiple ways to get the OEE data. Here, we have discussed two ways to calcluate the OEE. Higher the OEE data is required for much effective prodcution counts.

Option 1: OEE = (Good Count × Ideal Cycle Time) / Planned Production Time


OEE takes into account all losses, resulting in a measure of truly productive manufacturing time. It is calculated as:

Option 2:
OEE is calculated by multiplying the three OEE factors: Availability, Performance, and Quality.

OEE = Availability × Performance × Quality

 

Availability is calculated as the ratio of Run Time to Planned Production Time:

Availability = Run Time / Planned Production Time

Run Time is simply Planned Production Time less Stop Time, where Stop Time is defined as all time where the manufacturing process was intended to be running but was not due to Unplanned Stops (e.g., Breakdowns) or Planned Stops (e.g., Changeovers).

Run Time = Planned Production Time − Stop Time Performance is the ratio of Net Run Time to Run Time. It is calculated as:

Performance = (Ideal Cycle Time × Total Count) / Run Time

Ideal Cycle Time is the fastest cycle time that your process can achieve in optimal circumstances. Therefore, when it is multiplied by Total Count the result is Net Run Time (the fastest possible time to manufacture the parts). Since rate is the reciprocal of time, Performance can also be calculated as:

Performance = (Total Count / Run Time) / Ideal Run Rate

Quality is calculated as:

Quality = Good Count / Total Count

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