The current markets are increasingly integrated and leveled for the quality standards required by their customers and embedded technology in their various products.
Thinking about how to reduce the production costs in order to maximize the exchange of goods and services anywhere in the world, M.Shimizu developed a philosophy for process control and traceability called IPM – Intelligence process management.
Initially IPM was born as a tool for torque control and traceability in bolted joints in the automotive industry, but today it can be easily expanded to other elements of a productive process chain, such as: filling machines, electrical tests, pollutant emissions tests, geometric measurement systems, etc.
Even other industries...
Imagine that a manufacturing order for a product initiates a large volume of processes within an industry, and that they can be digitally controlled and tracked in real time and in a safe environment.
Data are collected during the operation performed and are stored in one database, being transformed into information through defined rules. Any requested information is immediately available on a computer screen or a message board.
Since this control registers date, time, equipment, operation, operator, product ID and other items, it allows a statistical modeling that facilitates the anticipation of problems and elimination of reworks. The e-mail and SMS alarm streamline the coordinated actions, without the need of "total time" monitoring.
Meet the solution
M.Shimizu has a team specialized in process that evaluates the assembly lines and suggests solutions for automation, data collection and information management.
Due its extensive experience in various technology segments, it develops any interfaces with equipment and machines that are used in the production processes. Thus, it is possible to collect all data, item by item, during the assembly of vehicles, motorcycles, household appliances, in short, any line of high production.