Key metrics in effectively managing a business are operations availability, performance and quality. While each are monitored and measured independently, now many companies take a different view of their processes, by measuring them collectively, using an Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) digital platform?
This webinar will explain why companies should be paying more attention to OEE, how it can be introduced and the benefits of monitoring all three metrics to optimise payback to the organisation.
Topics covered in this 1-hour webinar will include:
- Industry 4.0 and OEE
Presented by: Tim Crowe, CEO & Co-Founder at WrxFlo
Tim is CEO and Cofounder of WrxFlo, an Industry 4.0 solutions company enabling businesses to achieve greater levels of efficiency through Lean Industry 4.0 by providing data analytics, software and IoT hardware solutions to global clients. Tim previously worked at Dell having managed the global engineering team and continuous improvement programme. He also designed, built, and managed many of Dell’s manufacturing sites in Europe and Asia. Tim built WrxFlo as an Industry 4.0 software application that he wishes he had when he ran global factories. WrxFlo support clients in Europe, Asia, and South America from their base at UL Limerick.
- How OEE is Utilised to drive transformational improvement in safety, cost, and people development
Presented by: Neil Enright, Senior Lean Specialist at Abbott Diagnostics Business
Neil will outline the benefits of using OEE as a measure of your equipment’s effectiveness, give examples of transformational improvement in efficiency by understanding the availability, performance, and quality elements of OEE. He will present case studies to illustrate how OEE has driven remarkable change to cost profiles within different business segments.
This session is Free of Charge, but registrations is essential.
The link to join this webinar will be shared via email a day before the event.
The Mid-West Lean Network: the second largest regional lean network in Ireland, after Waterford Institute of Technology’s Lean Enterprise Excellence Group, launched in November, was set up to strengthen and increase the existing culture of lean within the Shannon and the wider Mid-West region. Its aim is to enable each industry to broaden and strengthen their competitiveness through knowledge sharing and bench-marking against each other and different industries.