The tracks ‘PILOT BDE/TPM’ intelligence approach makes all the difference to traditional systems for the recording of operating data Serrig, 24.02.2010 – the PILOT Suite has the FELTEN group your BDE/TPM system “advanced to the efficient control of the production module for the management of measures.” It supports with a systematic approach methodology workflow based complex projects to increase productivity as well as the continuous improvement processes (CIP). The PDC/TPM system productive management (TPM) hiding behind a concept of quality management, its overarching goals include above all the increase in plant availability, minimize losses and the avoidance of duplication of effort with total. Thus the FELTEN solution differs significantly from the conventional systems for production data acquisition (PDA), especially since she in addition to the TPM-orientation is also based on the approach of production intelligence. The procedure for this problem-solving process is in the Massnahmenmangment of PILOT BDE/TPM “tied up and has four phases: 1. action plan: this phase involves the identification of current improvement potential through a dashboard data analysis, as well as a selection of the necessary measures.” They are defined in the system and provided with appropriate test parameters.
Then starts a workflow that coordinates all further steps of the continuous improvement process. In this way, the measure of a previously defined and responsible for the implementation of the measure group is associated. 2. measure do: run concerns, for example, change a process parameter or testing and tuning of the measure quickly feasible and simple means to a previously selected sample process. The workflow system supports the implementation of the measures by memory mechanisms. 3.
check results: the consequences or results are evaluated after a predetermined period of time. Repeated analysis determines whether the conducted Measure has obtained an improvement of the process and how this measure to other processes or areas be transferred can, to achieve the best possible benefit. The workflow system here offers the opportunity to document the appropriate reviews and further steps. 4. measure roll out and fatigue test: If the measure has resulted in successful outcomes, is transferred in the fourth step on other processes and areas, for example, on more production lines, to generate multiplier effects. Whereas other solutions in the analysis normally settle down, via the PILOT module workflow based also the subsequent coordination of the optimization measure and determine their results”, Werner Felten, CEO of the software company, the decisive advantage makes it clear. Thus it was also ideal can be used in the pharmaceutical industry, because the module completely the local processes in accordance with the so-called capacity Regulation (corrective action preventive Supports action). The PILOT module not limited to CAPA-tracking, to track the status of the measures taken, but takes over the entire control of the optimization process.” FELTEN group: The FELTEN group is an international operating software and consulting company, the solutions to optimise processes for all production areas and according to international quality standards of GMP and FDA (21CFR part 11) developed. Clients include Beiersdorf, Boehringer Ingelheim, Symrise, Sensient, Texas instruments, etc. FELTEN has become the first supplier the holistic and process-oriented production intelligence approach. The company is present except in German-speaking Europe in the United Kingdom and France. Thought factory group Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat str. 6 50354 Hurth Tel. 022 33 / 61 17 – 72 fax. 022 33 / 61 17 – 71