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BMS to present manufacturing execution systems at ITM
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May '16
Belgian Monitoring Systems (BMS) will exhibit the latest version of its manufacturing execution systems (MES) for weaving, knitting, tufting and spinning based on wireless data collection technology at the 16th International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITM) in Istanbul, Turkey from June 1-4, 2016 in hall 2, booth 216A.

The MES includes software modules for real time machine monitoring, production scheduling, fabric inspection, yarn inventory management and traceability. The new version of the report generator allows combination of real time data and historic information in the same reports with touch screen based data collection hardware.

BMS will also present its EnergyMaster system for monitoring the energy consumptions in the plant and reporting of the carbon dioxide footprint of the company. The combination of energy consumption values with other MES applications like spinning, weaving and finishing operations, provides a perfect insight in the relation between energy consumption and production and allows quick identification of energy saving potentials.

For fabric inspection BMS will exhibit the Cyclops automatic on loom inspection system with its latest software features supporting inspection of grid, carbon, kevlar and other types of technical fabrics.  

All BMS applications presented at the fair also supports the use of mobile devices for both data entry in the plant and reporting. A new module 'management dashboard' allows the combined presentation of data available in different software modules into one single web based report allowing the user to create his own dashboard showing all important KPI's at a glance. (NA)

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