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BMS showing wireless MES at ITMA Asia
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Aug '16
Belgian Monitoring Systems (BMS) will show the latest version of its wireless Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) for weaving, knitting, tufting and spinning at ITMA Asia in hall H3 stand C14.

“All of these systems include software modules for real time machine monitoring, production scheduling, fabric inspection, yarn inventory management and traceability,” the company said.

A complete new generation of touch screen based data collection hardware also called data units will be introduced at the textile technology trade show.

“The seamless integration with the data collected by the BMS Energy Master system provides management with full transparency about the energy consumption in the plant,” the company said.

It also allows reporting of crucial KPI's such as the specific energy consumption, the energy efficiency and the total energy cost for each production order.

For fabric inspection, the Cyclops automatic on loom inspection system with its latest software features supporting inspection of grid fabrics, carbon and Kevlar fabrics and various other types of technical fabrics will be shown.

For grey and finished inspection, a brand new inspection terminal, the QT, in combination with the latest version of the QualiMaster software will be presented.

All BMS applications now also support the use of mobile devices for both data entry in the plant as well as reporting. (AR)

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