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WIP Solutions - What It Is and How it Works

Work in Process, or Work in Progress, (WIP) is a systematic approach to tracking various functions, inventories and flow during each stage of production. This tool helps businesses achieve high levels of efficiency and accountability by delivering real ...Read More

NOT ALL DUST IS CREATED EQUAL

Industrial environments pose many challenges for computers and electronic devices. These computers are at risk of being exposed to extreme temperatures, moisture, liquids, chemicals, dust and other floating particles. Sometimes when a unit fails, the r...Read More

THINENGINE COMPUTER HELPS LOUISIANA SUGAR CANE PLANT GAIN COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

From pick-up trucks to 18-wheelers, thousands of sugar-cane-carrying trucks line up for miles outside the processing plant and wait in queue for hours (sometimes longer than a day) to weigh and unload their sugar cane. The long wait is inevitable. And,...Read More

BARCODES V. RFID – A BRIEF COMPARISON

A barcode is a visible series of bars (lines) or other shapes (1 or 2 dimensional) on paper that represent a set of data that, when scanned, is converted into a numeric code for further processing. A sensor and light is used to read barcode data. Becau...Read More

SEAFOOD PROCESSING PLANT “FISHES” FOR SCALE INTERFACE TO ENDURE CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT

It sound simple enough – take the fish off the boat and send it inside the factory to be processed and packaged. But there is important work done in between those simple steps as part of a seafood processing plant’s quality control. For example, fish nee...Read More

MANAGE RISK AND REDUCE CO STS WITH MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT

Company XYZ is a large enterprise with multiple locations. They previously purchased 10,000 mobile devices and disbursed them company wide. Now, they can only account for 7,500. That means 25 percent of their mobile computer inventory is missing. Twe...Read More

CASE STUDY: Is that a sheep? No, it’s a computer. Cotton lint abounds at textile mills, poses problems for machinery.

As you look across the valley in North Carolina, you see roughly 20 factories belonging to our customer, a textile manufacturer specializing in cotton. Each of these textile mills is mechanized to streamline production and increase labor efficiency – ever...Read More

How investing in an industrial computer results in lower total cost of ownership

Consumer devices are not built to withstand the rigors of industrial operations. Inevitably, they will fail – whether from exposure to extreme temperatures, water or grease; a clogged fan; internal components shorted from metallic dust particles; vibratio...Read More
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