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BMSvision’s smart textile manufacturing

May 02, 2019
BMSvision’s smart textile manufacturing

BMSvision, a supplier of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), will be exhibiting at ITMA 2019 in Barcelona with a stand in the weaving hall, focusing on Industry 4.0, mobile MES solutions, and smart textile manufacturing.

Through intelligent wireless networking of all production equipment in the mill, the BMSvision MES solution transfers the huge amount of data originating from the various production machines and processes into meaningful information for the managers. The BMSvision MES suite for the textile industry includes software modules for real time monitoring, reporting, scheduling, preventive maintenance, fabric inspection, and traceability. The ‘Management dashboard’ allows the combined presentation of data from different software modules into one single web based report showing important KPI’s at a glance. As such, the manager can have all information related to efficiencies, quality, and energy consumption displayed in real time in one single screen, either on PC, tablet, or mobile phone, the company said in a media statement. The complete BMSvision MES suite is now available for both Oracle and SQL Server as database engine.

ITMA Barcelona will also see the introduction of several new BMS products. MyMES is an app available for both Android and iOS and includes a cockpit and an alert module. The cockpit shows the KPI’s and most important production data of the plant while the alert module highlights problem areas that need immediate attention.

Smart Bracelet is a low cost wearable device that promptly informs operators when there is a need to intervene on a machine. As soon as the ‘Events & Alerts’ software of the MES system detects a warning or alarm condition on a certain machine, the operator in charge of the machine is informed as his bracelet starts vibrating and the machine number and type of alarm is displayed on the bracelet’s screen.

To read full story, read ITJ June 2019 issue