Work in Progress Tracking
Trace Your Manufacturing Processes with RFID
RFID provides the ability to track the production of your goods and raw material. Capture key data such as when each product reaches a specific stage of manufacturing, take action when exceptions occur and even collect analytics on how long a stage is taking.
How it works
1. Tag Items
RFID tags are attached to either the good being produced or a traveler that accompanies the good. Raw material can also be tagged to track the consumption.
2. RFID Portals
As product moves through the manufacturing process, RFID portals, desktop stations and strategic read points collect what item is currently at that stage, how long it’s been there and if there are any exceptions.
3. Data Collection
Bolster your analytics – as you continue to collect to data using RFID and other sensory technology, understand trends through machine learning and artificial intelligence. Make better business decisions with actionable data.
Work In Progress Monitoring
As you tag your work in progress goods with RFID tags, understand key product movement. Use dashboard features to call see where items currently are located, the amount of time they are spending at that stage and even if a key step was not completed.
As you collect data with RFID, understand chokepoints in your manufacturing process. If products are being delayed during a specific step, take correction right away.
Identify the flow of product manufacturing
Simplify the management of business processes
Automate the collection of data through RFID
Improve visibility to exceptions
Rectify process gaps through intelligent data collection
Use TagMatiks Core collect RFID and other sensory data and feed directly into your Manufacturing Execution System (MES) or ERP. The data collected can be filtered and formatted inside of TagMatiks Core directly. In addition, use the device management features to manage your RFID readers and other infrastructure.