Connected Factory – TURF

Connected Factory Goals

Of Best-In-Class Industries

  1. To have a “single version of the truth” that enables a synchronized and highly coordinated flow of information – eliminating traditional “silos” of data and processes to have closer visibility and tighter control over distributed manufacturing processes.
  2. To enable paperless manufacturing that delivers paperless work instructions throughout the extended production process for rapid responsiveness and consistent deployment of processes.
  3. To empower manufacturers to meet their goals of reducing waste, controlling inventory, and lowering of cycle times while improving production efficiency, quality and customer satisfaction.
  4. To deliver the right information to the right people at the right time with meaningful contextualization to make better decisions on specific business objectives, including advanced planning, production capacity analysis, Work-In-Process (WIP), inventory turns and standard lead times.
  5. To build a true foundation for an enterprise approach to quality, continuous improvement and regulatory compliance, and for consistent execution and delivery.
  6. To manage all of the various inter-dependencies of production to simplify processes and enable greater collaboration by providing a single, enterprise-wide system of records.

What BASE can offer

TURF – (T)rack Yo(ur) (F)actory

Our TURF Manufacturing Execution System (MES) has several modules that are scalable horizontally and vertically across a plant to build an integrated system, but can also be used as point solutions by manufacturing industries to address specific needs.

  1. Data Connectivity
    • eXchange Layer
    • Asset Connection
    • Network Diagnostics
  2. Traceability
  3. Production Operations
    • OEE Monitoring
    • Paperless Manufacturing
    • Production Tracking (WIP)
    • Workflow Management
    • Centralized Recipe Management System
    • Energy Management
    • Workforce Management
  4. Quality Operations
    • Quality Management System
    • Process Monitoring
    • Statistical Process Control
    • Vendor Performance
  5. Inventory Operations
    • Inventory Management System
    • E-Kanban System
    • Warehouse Management System
    • Pallet / MHE Tracking
  6. Maintenance Operations
    • Centralized Maintenance Management System
    • Asset Management
    • Tool Management System
  7. Visualization