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2020


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These days, warehouses are more than a storage and inventory facility. Thus, a lot of organizations are investing in IoT-enabled warehousing for better automated control systems (ACS) and warehouse management systems (WMS) to improve their operational efficiency by reducing costs.

Our Smart Warehouse Monitoring solution enables the real-time monitoring of warehouse assets/equipment by offering real-time transparency and traceability of all goods across different locations. The gathered data generate meaningful insights regarding inventory and storage status and provide stock visibility. It helps a warehouse operator to prevent inventory shrinkage and increase worker safety. Also, such valuable insights help in optimizing the storage location, pallet journey, warehouse throughput and workforce.



Key Challenges


  • Lack of end-to-end inventory visibility

  • Consignment damages

  • Poor storage utilization

  • Redundant processes

  • Longer TAT for picking and packing process

  • Errors in order processing



IoT-based warehouse monitoring solution
Environment & storage area monitoring
Preserve perishable food, finished products, unfinished material, process chemicals
Monitor the physical condition of the inventory stock to prevent from damages
Automate environment control - temperature, cold storage, air quality, dust, CO2 levels and HVAC systems
Maintain high-quality service standards for product storage and regulatory compliance with remote monitoring
Get notifications whenever environment parameters exceed the threshold

Smart warehouse management

Manage the route of goods starting from pick-ups, quality control, storage, to retrieving goods
Track inventory items by monitoring their status and position
Manage warehousing day-to-day processes without human errors
Gather data of warehouse operations and inventory to prevent any losses
Increase order fulfillment rate, stock replenishment and lone worker safety

Warehouse pallet tracking & monitoring

Log the entry and exit of pallets from the warehouse
Monitor the movement of pallets with warehouse zones
Track the exact location of pallets that are lost or misplaced
Identify pallet moving in some wrong direction or is placed in a wrong place in real-time
Send an automated notification or alert to the supervisor about the unusual movement of pallets

Environment & storage area monitoring

Preserve perishable food, finished products, unfinished material, process chemicals
Monitor the physical condition of the inventory stock to prevent from damages
Automate environment control - temperature, cold storage, air quality, dust, CO2 levels and HVAC systems
Maintain high-quality service standards for product storage and regulatory compliance with remote monitoring
Get notifications whenever environment parameters exceed the threshold

Smart warehouse management

Manage the route of goods starting from pick-ups, quality control, storage, to retrieving goods
Track inventory items by monitoring their status and position
Manage warehousing day-to-day processes without human errors
Gather data of warehouse operations and inventory to prevent any losses
Increase order fulfillment rate, stock replenishment and lone worker safety


MAXIMIZE YOUR PROFITS WITH SMART WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT

KPIs for warehouse management


  • Productivity and turnover rate

  • Inventory on-hand and inventory flow

  • Order fill rate

  • Pick & pack efficiency

  • Occupancy management

  • Inventory health monitoring



Benefits of IoT solutions for warehouse management


  • Reduced warehouse operating costs

  • Effective, real-time tracking

  • Integration with warehouse management systems

  • Improved operational efficiency

  • Optimization of location bin & space utilization

  • Enhanced forecasting accuracy



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Edward H. Frazelle Ph.D.

HOW TO СREATE IOT-ENABLED SMART WAREHOUSE
https://eleks.com/blog/iot-enabled-smart-warehouse


THREE PROVEN TECHNOLOGY TRENDS FOR LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE MAKEOVER
https://eleks.com/blog/three-proven-technology-trends-for-logistics-enterprise-makeover/

27 June 2020, 10 June 2018

Friday, June 26, 2020

Renishaw - News - Information

Industrial Engineering ONLINE Course

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Course started on 19 May 2020 (You can start any time and read the lessons you choose instead of following the sequence recommended.You can always read earlier lessons as needed)

Bookmark the Page - Visit Every Day - Read the Note on a New Topic and an Example on Practice.  You can subscribe to the blog to get email notification each time the new essay and case study/practice illustration are added to the course (plan is to add one daily).

Online Handbook of Industrial Engineering

Principles of Industrial Engineering

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  • Introduction to Industrial Engineering
  • Contribution of Taylor, Gilbreth, Emerson, Maynard, Barnes, Shigeo Shingo
  • Productivity Science
  • Productivity Engineering - Product Industrial Engineering, Process Industrial Engineering
  • IE Economic Analysis
  • IEOR
  • IE Statistics - Six Sigma Optimization
  • Human Effort Industrial Engineering
  • IE Measurements
  • Productivity Management
  • Applied Industrial Engineering - Industrial Engineering 4.0


For each course day, the idea is to provide an article explaining the concepts and methods and one more article describing practice of industrial engineering methods, techniques and tools.

Please give your feedback.



Dr. K.V.S.S. Narayana Rao, Professor,  National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai, India.

Author of Principles of Industrial EngineeringFunctions of Industrial Engineering and Focus Areas of Industrial Engineering.






Industrial Engineering Course Lessons

Introduction to Industrial Engineering


Day 1 (19 May 2020)

Industrial Engineering - History

Industrial engineers (IE) are employed and productivity improvement and cost reduction are practiced in many companies using IE  philosophy, principles, methods, techniques and tools.
Apple Inc. - Industrial Engineering Activities and Jobs

Day 2

Industrial Engineering - Definition and Explanation

IE Continuous Improvement - 3 Years - 50% Cost Reduction - Diplexer Line Case Study


Day 3

Industrial Engineering Introduction

BMW - Industrial Engineering Activities and Jobs


Day 4

Pioneering Efforts of Taylor, Gilbreth and Emerson

Coca-Cola - Cisco Systems - Industrial Engineering Activities and Jobs


Day 5

Industrial engineering Principles, Methods Tools and Techniques

DuPont - Industrial Engineering Activities and Jobs

Day 6

Functions and Focus Areas of Industrial Engineering

Value Engineering - Paddy Transplanter - Case Study

Day 7

Industrial Engineering of Belting - 1893

Ford - Industrial Engineering Activities and Jobs

Day 8

Productivity Science

GE going strong on Lean & Kaizen
GlaxoSmithKline - GE - Industrial Engineering Activities and Jobs

Day 9

Product Industrial Engineering

Value Analysis and Engineering - Examples by L.D. Miles - Part 1

Day 10

Process Industrial Engineering

Process Industrial Engineering - Illustration: Process Industrial Engineering Using Robo Cylinder

Day 11

Industrial Engineering Economic Analysis

Honda - Industrial Engineering Activities and Jobs

Day 12

IE Measurements

Milling - Estimation of Machining Time

Day 13

Value Creation for the Organization by Industrial Engineers - Productivity Engineering

Process Industrial Engineering - Illustration:  Gear Machining Productivity


Module  2

Contribution of Taylor, Gilbreth, Emerson, Maynard, Barnes, Lehrer, Shigeo Shingo

Day 14

Taylor - Productivity Science and Art of Metal Cutting - Important Points

Process Industrial Engineering - Illustration:    Cryogenic Machining Adoption - Productivity Improvement at Lockheed Martin


15

Taylor's Industrial Engineering - First Proposal 1895

Process Industrial Engineering - Illustration - Investment in Sliding-Head Lathe with Chipbreaking Feature

16

Industrial Engineering Described in Shop Management by F.W. Taylor

Process Industrial Engineering - Illustration - Process Improvement via Toolholder Change

17

Productivity Improvement in Machine Shop - F.W. Taylor

Tool Wear and Temperature Analysis for Process Improvement

18

Development of Science in Mechanic Arts - F.W. Taylor

Dynamic Control of Circulatory Pumps for Heating Systems Saves 20% of Energy Cost

19

Time Study for Process Time Reduction - F.W. Taylor

Process Industrial Engineering - Illustration - Additive Manufacturing of Fixtures - Productivity Benefits

20

Taylor on Quality, Human Relations and Management

Process Industrial Engineering - Illustration -Alternative Lubricants and Productivity - Case Study

21

Gilbreth's Human Effort Industrial Engineering Motion Study - Part 1

Illustration of Human Effort Productivity Improvement - Bricklaying Improvement by Gilbreth

22

Gilbreth's Human Effort Industrial Engineering - Motion Study - Part 2

Illustration of Human Effort Productivity Improvement - Pig Iron Handling by Taylor

23

Gilbreth's Human Effort Industrial Engineering - Motion Study - Part 3

Illustration of Human Effort Productivity Improvement - Bicycle Balls Inspection Example - Taylor

24

Gilbreth's Human Effort Industrial Engineering - Motion Study - Part 4

Case Study - Method Study - Cast Iron Housing Loading and Unloading 2014

25

Gilbreth's Human Effort Industrial Engineering - Productivity Science of Motion Study - Variables Affecting of Motion Time.
ACCELERATION - AUTOMATICITY - COMBINATION WITH OTHER MOTIONS, AND SEQUENCE - COST - DIRECTION AND USE OF GRAVITY - EFFECTIVENESS - FOOT-POUNDS OF WORK ACCOMPLISHED - INERTIA AND MOMENTUM OVERCOME - LENGTH

Case Study - Method Study - Welding Fixture Redesign - Productivity Improvement 2002

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Gilbreth's Human Effort Industrial Engineering - Productivity Science of Motion Study - Future Scope

Case Study: Method and Motion Study in a Printing Company - 2019

27

Process Charts - Gilbreths - 1921

Case Study - Examining All Operations in a Process

28

It is important that industrial engineers have to recognize that scientific management was evaluated by Lilian Gilbreth, a psychologist from a human behavior  perspective and a positive opinion was given. Industrial engineering, appeared as a part of the system of management and engineering developed to reduce cost of products made using engineering processes and methods.

Psychology Evaluation of Scientific Management by Lilian Gilbreth - 1914

Implementing Standard Work - Issues

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After discussing the contribution of Taylor and Gilbreth in more detail, the contribution of many other industrial engineering researchers, professionals, consultants and authors are provided in a series of notes to introduce more industrial engineering concepts. These concepts and their applications will be discussed in more detail in various focus area modules of the course.

Harrington Emerson - A Pioneer Industrial Engineer - His Principles and Practices

Case Study: New Scheduling Algorithm Substantially Improves Foundry Productivity - 2017

30

Prof. Hugo Diemer - Taylor's Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering Exercise: Productivity Analysis of a Newly Introduced Machine

31

Industrial Engineering - The Concept - Developed by Going in 1911

Productivity Improvement Using Alternative Boring Heads

32

Taylor Society Bulletin

Information for IE: Productivity Improvement Technology in Grinding - 2020

33

H.B. Maynard - Operation Analysis - Introduction

Operation Analysis and Improvement: Application of Tribos Toolholder for Productivity

34

H.B. Maynard - Methods Time Measurement (MTM) - Introduction

Operation Improvement:   Rego-Fix ER Collets for Tools - Productivity Improvement Case

35

Work Simplification - Alan Mogensen

Operation Improvement: Productivity Improvement Through Tool and Toolholder Change - Corogrip

36

Method Study - Ralph M. Barnes - Important Points of Various Chapters

Collet for Corochuck 930 with Mechanical Locking - Productivity Improvement Use Case


37

Product Industrial Engineering for Cost Reduction - L.D. Miles

Value Analysis and Engineering - Examples by L.D. Miles - Part 2

38

L.D. Miles - 13 Techniques of Value Analysis

Unless special effort to know is made, engineers take 10 years to know engineering developments and implement them in their company processes - L.D. MILES.
Prime Turning (TM) - New Turning Process with High Productivity
RE-INVENTING TURNING, SANDVIK COROMANT TECHNICAL PAPER, 2018
https://nraoiekc.blogspot.com/2020/06/sandvik-coromant-cutting-tools.html

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Yoichi Ueno - Japanese Leader in Efficiency - Productivity Movement

Sandvik PrimeTurning? Increases Productivity - Case Studies

40

Toyota style Industrial Engineering - Waste Elimination - Ohno

"We have eliminated waste by examining available resources, rearranging machines, improving machining processes, installing autonomous systems, improving tools, analyzing transportation methods and optimizing the materials at hand for manufacturing. High production efficiency has also been maintained by preventing the recurrence of defective products, operational mistakes, and accidents, and by incorporating workers' ideas." Taiichi Ohno (P. 21)

Taiichi Ohno on Industrial Engineering - Toyota Style Industrial Engineering

Productivity Improvement Using Through-Tool High Pressure Coolant

41

Industrial Engineering - Foundation of Toyota Production System

42

Taylor's Industrial Engineering in New Framework - Narayana Rao

43

Review of Module 1 - Industrial Engineering ONLINE Course

Review of Module 2

Third Module - Process Industrial Engineering 


44

Introduction to Process Industrial Engineering Module

45

IE Research by Taylor Part 1 - Productivity of Machining


The Course Page First posted on 19 May 2020

Taiichi Ohno on Industrial Engineering - Toyota Style Industrial Engineering

Lesson 40 of  Industrial Engineering ONLINE Course

Taiichi Ohno on Industrial Engineering 




Japanese businesses carefully studied industrial engineering (IE), a company wide manufacturing technology improvement discipline that is directly tied to management.

IE is not a partial technology improvement discipline but it is a total manufacturing technology improvement discipline reaching the whole organization. Toyota production system utilizes Toyota-style IE.


                    Jun. 17, 2020. Toyota Launches New Model Harrier in Japan                       

What is Toyota style Industrial Engineering?


Toyota style industrial engineering is mokeru or profit-making industrial engineerng (MIE). Unless IE results in cost reductions and profit increases, I (Taiichi Ohno) think it is meaningless.

A former head of the American Steel Workers' Union defined IE's function as that of entering a plant to improve methods and procedures and to reduce costs.

"IE is the use of techniques and systems to improve the method of manufacturing. In scope it ranges from work simplifications to large-scale capital investment plans"

IE aims at improving work methods in the plant or in a particular work activity. An industrial engineer studies systematic approaches to improvements.

Definition of IE according to Society for Advancement of Management (Successor to Taylor Society)

Industrial engineering applies engineering knowledge and techniques for the study, improvement, planning and implementation of the following:

1. Method and system
2. Qualitative and quantitative planning and various standards including the various procedures in the organization of work.
3. Measuring actual results under the standards and taking suitable actions.

This is all done to exercise better management with special consideration for employee welfare, and it does not restrict business to lowering the cost of improved products and services.

Ohno said he included various definitions as each is good description. But he indicated that implementing IE effectively is not easy.

Ohno made a wish that IE as used in Toyota will be superior to the IE used in American Business.

Toyota style Industrial Engineering - Ohno


"We have eliminated waste by examining available resources, rearranging machines, improving machining processes, installing autonomous systems, improving tools, analyzing transportation methods and optimizing the materials at hand for manufacturing. High production efficiency has also been maintained by preventing the recurrence of defective products, operational mistakes, and accidents, and by incorporating workers' ideas." Taiichi Ohno (P. 21)

Source: Taiichi Ohno, Toyota Production System: Beyond Large Scale Production, pp. 71-72.


Updated on 26 June 2020, 12 November 2013

News - Information for Value-Adding Operation Analysis

Flow Process Chart - Value-Adding Operation - Inspection - Transport - Temporary Delay - Storage



reCool for ER
reCool lets you retrofit your existing static or driven tooling system to internal cooling at low-cost.
Suitable for both oil and emulsion.

Features of reCool rotary RCR for driven tools
reCool for ER System by REGO-FIX
Cost-friendly conversion of existing driven tooling systems to through coolant in only two minutes
For ER and ERM thread in driven tools and turning machines and for ER collets to DIN 6499 / ISO 15488
Speeds up to 12,000 rpm and 6,000 rpm with RCR / ER 40
Coolant pressures up to 150 bar with high-pressure hose, standard hose max. 100 bar
Low-maintenance coolant lubricated bearings
For coolant through tools (with sealing disks DS/ER) and for peripheral cooling (with coolant flush disks KS/ER)
For emulsion and oil coolants
Convert inner-threaded driven tools to outer-threaded, using the reCool adapter. Thus, successfully prepare different types of driven tooling for the use of reCool
Not for use with sealed collets DM
Only clamp the nominal collet diameter



Features of reCool static RCS for use with static holders
reCool static RCS for ER System by REGO-FIX
Cost-friendly conversion of existing static tooling systems to through coolant in only two minutes
For ER collets (DIN 6499 / ISO 15488) in stationary colletholders with external fine threads*
Coolant pressures of up to 150 bar**
RCS/ERMX for emulsion and oil coolants
Low-maintenance design
For coolant through tools (with sealing disks DS/ER) and for peripheral cooling (with coolant flush disks KS/ER)

* reCool static can also be used for internal threading with the corresponding adapter.
** With high-pressure hoses RHS-HP. 100 bar with standard hose.
https://in.rego-fix.com/en/solutions/recool-er


Next-Generation Gundrilling Machines Emphasize Flexibility, Performance
UNISIG's new UNE machine-tool product line is engineered and designed to simplify gundrilling for shops with high-volume/low-mix or low-volume/high-mix manufacturing programs.
JUN 25, 2020
https://www.americanmachinist.com/machining-cutting/article/21135195/gundrilling-series-emphasize-flexibility-performance-unisig


Finishing the part after Machining by Manual Processes is a Cost-Cutting Opportunity
Jeff Elliott
JUN 24, 2020

Secondary finishing operations  are conducted offline to remove excess material on semi-finished parts  by hand using oscillating tools, grinders, files, abrasive hand pads, and wire brushes.
These secondary operations  can be automated effectively using a variety of abrasive tools mounted in a toolholder and carousel without removing the part from the machine.

Wolfram Manufacturing produces a range of complex parts with through-holes. Removing burrs and sharp edges in cross-drilled holes and other difficult-to-access areas — such as undercuts, grooves, slots, or internal holes is essential as  burrs can cause blockages or create turbulence in the flow of fluids, lubricants and gases through critical passages.

Wolfram  has automated the cross-hole deburring process by incorporating  Flex-Hone tools in a variety of sizes in its tool carousels. The Flex-Hone is , supplied by Los Angeles-based Brush Research Manufacturing (BRM).
https://www.americanmachinist.com/machining-cutting/article/21135131/finish-machining-and-cutting-costs-brush-research-mfg

News - Information for Inspection Operation Analysis



NEW PRODUCTS
MAY 21, 2020
DWFRITZ AUTOMATION has developed the ZeroTouch measuring platform that uses multiple non-contact sensor technologies to measure in three dimensions, rapidly and in real time.  Since it can perform multiple measurements in parallel using different sensors, parts and assemblies can be analyzed significantly faster than a conventional CMM.

https://www.americanmachinist.com/new-products/media-gallery/21132042/highspeed-metrology-and-inspection-dwfritz-automation

Robot Alternatives - Choose the Best Robot for Your Operation


SAM, short for Semi-Automated Mason, is a brick laying robot designed and engineered by Construction Robotics. SAM100 is the first commercially available bricklaying robot for onsite masonry construction.
https://www.construction-robotics.com/sam100/

BENEFITS OF SAM100

COLLABORATIVE ROBOT
Designed to work collaboratively with the mason
PRODUCTION
Consistent production and lower installed cost (50%+ labor savings)
PRODUCTIVITY
Increase masons productivity by 3-5x while reducing lifting by 80%+
ERGONOMICS
Lower health and safety impact on the workforce
JOB PLANNING
Improved ability to plan and quote jobs
DATA
Production data helps with continuous improvements

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24 June 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGBRA24qlEg
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Intelligent Robot for Picking Anything
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1 April 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWzEO2r69BU
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