Eyelit Inc., a Toronto manufacturing software provider for visibility, control, and coordination of manufacturing operations for the aerospace & defense, discrete electronics, semiconductor, and photovoltaic (solar) industries, announced today the availability of the Eyelit Intelligence Mobile Web Portal™.
The Mobile Web Portal puts operational information at one’s fingertips; real-time manufacturing and quality information can be viewed through tablet devices and smartphones using iPhone, Android, or BlackBerry technologies, and through any computer using standard web browsers. With portable access to the current state of the factory, personnel can monitor and respond to dynamic conditions remotely, and take appropriate actions to prevent serious problems. The Mobile Web Portal also supports transactions from a mobile device. This powerful capability is ideal, for example, in areas where it is impractical for maintenance personnel to have a traditional computer device.
The Mobile Web Portal works in conjunction with all business intelligence capabilities available throughout Eyelit’s product suite; real-time alerts, key performance indicators (KPIs), dashboards, statistical process control (SPC) charts, and production reports with metrics on yields, throughput, and cycle times are all available, and include drilldown to view detailed equipment and lot information. Users can easily zoom into displays on mobile devices since the portal uses Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) technologies. Data access is fast because all of the information processing is performed on the MES server, and is simply displayed through the web browser.
“Companies are becoming more adapted to multi-site and global operations by striving to use every inch of factory floor space, and by promoting a dynamic ‘work from anywhere’ environment to reduce costs and optimize productivity. The Mobile Web Portal addresses these changing business needs, and is the latest example of how Eyelit products respond to the real-world needs of manufacturers,” stated Dan Estrada, Eyelit’s Vice-President of Sales and Marketing.