Machine Health utilizes built-in sensors to monitor the performance of production fleet machines. Simple thresholding, standard WACO Run Rules, and advanced statistical analysis are employed to understand and track variance throughout production. Machine Health identifies sudden changes, steady trends, and non-conformance of key parameters of the machine environment; a minimal requirement for quality.
Standardization is core to Machine Health. Unifying units and terminology across machine makes and models allows users to understand variance within a build, across machines, and throughout production runs. This standardization means a single interface for build evaluation, removing multiple softwares and cumbersome spreadsheets previously required to complete qualification.