Glass manufacturers today are up against complicated problems on both ends of the production cycle: from raw materials to output. Here are six ways that an Industrial IoT Platform can help glass producers overcome today’s difficulties and lessen the impact of future challenges.
This CPG company hoped to improve its OEE by more than 20%. They were able to exceed this goal using Braincube’s applications and Digital Twin data.
Consistent taste and the utmost quality are essential to spirit manufacturers, master distillers, and their loyal customers. Here are some of the key opportunities that IIoT provides to beverage manufacturing teams.
Using Braincube's Smart IIoT platform, Digital Twins, and Business Intelligence Applications, ofi’s teams quickly uncovered key findings that resulted in a wide array of wins ranging from a perfect quality score to improved customer satisfaction.
In just a few months using Braincube, Tire Company X achieved their objective and minimized waste by 35% within their target process. Optimizing this single process resulted in $1 million in savings per year.
Four years later, they have achieved these goals by completely revolutionizing how data is used in their organization.
Industry 4.0 or more specifically Pharma 4.0 can help your company make improvements in quality, compliance and other important areas. But how can pharmaceutical companies implement Pharma 4.0?
Teams were able to focus on optimizing processes, instead of be reactive to problems.
With complex product traceability and a long production cycle, Aubert & Duval needed a robust IIoT solution. They had to integrate data from different systems and facilities, monitoring progress from raw material through the final product. Braincube helped them simultaneously improve process control, quality, and sustainability.
One of Braincube’s Food and Beverage customers wanted to use Industry 4.0 technologies to tackle their quality and consistency challenges. They were having periodic issues with consistency in the weight and length of their food products. They were struggling with excess waste and wanted a way to reduce scrap, as this would help both their bottom line and their sustainability efforts.