The guide to increasing OEE with simple data collection

This post is an introduction on how to increase OEE and productivity with simple data collection and our Stop&Log tool. This following 2-pager describes the technical side to increasing OEE with simple data collection a little more:

Stop&Log is our retrofitting end-to-end solution, that is accessible for all types of machinery. At a low cost, but with a high connectivity. Stop&Log allows especially smaller or medium-sized manufacturers to collect and gather production data across all machinery types. Along with their consumption data in terms of electricity, heat or waste water. Data collection is where optimization starts!

Identify downtime types

Besides collecting, storing and visualizing data in live and historical overviews, Stop&Log can automatically register and identify any downtime on your production line. It automatically provides insight and statistics for you to optimize on your efficiency, and stay tuned on new developments. Our solution is easy to install and very universal, as it can be used to collect data safely from almost any unit. Making it perfect for data collection from especially older machinery. It makes Stop&Log very scalable, allowing you to start small and collect from more units at your own pace.

The tool for operators and management

Stop&Log is also a valuable tool for both operators on the production floor and for management. It helps operators document the quality and performance of their work. And it allows them to react much faster on breakdowns and downtime in general. Managers can use the tool and platform as an objective insight into the efficiency. And also to reduce production costs or increase capacity and OEE.

The 2-pager introduces our method of “retrofitting” production information across machinery with the purpose of providing better tools for both managers and the operators on the floor.

What can you do now?

Go find out more about our universal data collection tool Plug&Log. You can also stay updated on fast tips to reduce downtime and the latest developments here on LinkedIn. Or you can make a no-strings-attached inquiry.