GST developed "customized APS for small quantity batch production" for Smart Factory.
The smart factory support solution that can be applied to small quantity production of various kinds came out.
GST (CEO Oh Jun-chul Oh), a smart factory solution specialist, announced on the 6th that it developed "production plan upgrading solution using gantt chart" that can cope with small quantity batch production and urgent delivery in precision processing field.
The precision machining industry produces a large number of small quantities of products except for a few mass-produced products, making process standardization difficult. In addition, companies using standardized manufacturing execution systems (MES) are difficult to cope with frequent process changes such as urgent production or production changes. Production plan and field work discrepancies make it difficult to identify and aggregate production performance against plans.
GST has developed an Advanced Production Planning System (APS) to visualize the overall production plan and process status using visualized Gantt charts.
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Developed by the company, the APS provides a visual and intuitive user interface (UI) for order changes, possible equipment and operating loads in the production plan, in real time, and enables immediate response to process changes such as urgent orders and order changes. It is characterized by the design.
Based on site information such as order information, equipment operation schedule, materials required, time required for each process, and immediate input facilities, the 1st automatic production plan can be established to avoid inaccurate production planning, which depends on the discretion of the existing staff.
GST has completed the development plan, work order gantt chart, and performance management gantt chart, which are the core elements of APS, until now.
By the end of the year, the system will be stabilized and function activated, and will be distributed to the precision processing industry next year.
CEO Oh Jun-chul said, “We will apply to small and medium-sized production small and medium-sized companies to confirm program stability and expand the supply to various industries including material parts as well as the precision processing industry.” I will make it. ”
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