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BMSvision to present new MES solutions at Techtextil

12
Mar '19
Pic: BMSvision
Pic: BMSvision
BMSvision, a supplier of Manufacturing Execution System (MES) from Belgium, is set to exhibit latest camera-driven on-loom inspection systems, Industry 4.0, and mobile MES solutions at Techtextil 2019, in hall 3, stand B21. The leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens will be held from May 14-17, 2019, in Frankfurt, Germany.

Through intelligent wireless networking of all production equipment in the mill, the BMSvision MES solution transfers the huge amount of quality 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 press release.

At Techtextil, Argus will be on display, the successor of Cyclops together with other BMS products. With its Cyclops system, BMSvision has been a pioneer in the field of on-loom quality control for weaving mills. With its new product Argus, BMSvision again pushes the boundaries of automatic on loom inspection. For the first time ever, a system capable of inspecting unicolor jacquard fabrics is now available for weavers of top quality products, such as OPW airbags and mattress ticking.

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 and quality data of the plant while the alert module highlights problem areas that need immediate attention. With the optional extension to the BMS reporting tool, BI Connect, all data in the BMS data base is available for use in standard business analysis tools such as Qlikview and PowerBI. With these tools, the user can freely search and explore across all data, instantly pivoting his analysis when new ideas surface. Innovative visualisations put all data in the right context allowing fast and smart decisions. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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