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Opcenter Intelligence

Use the Opcenter Intelligence family of products to drive plant efficiency by aggregating manufacturing data into contextualized, meaningful information for immediate and actionable insights.

Why Opcenter Intelligence?

Opcenter Intelligence supports faster, better decision-making, with manufacturing intelligence and actionable insights that bring processes under control.

Gain global visibility

See machine, line and plant performance in near-real time using manufacturing operations management (MOM), Internet of Things (IoT) and other data sources.

Optimize production quality

Raise first-pass yield, reduce scrap and identify the root cause of quality issues for manufacturing insights and continuous quality improvement.

Boost productivity

Improve overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), increase throughput and optimize resource
utilization with powerful manufacturing data analytics.

Visualize and improve manufacturing performance

Connect, organize and aggregate manufacturing data from across the enterprise into cohesive, intelligent and contextualized information to gain immediate and actionable insights.

Harmonize data
As a manufacturing data analytics tool with deep out-of-the-box (OOTB) capabilities, Opcenter Intelligence connects to nearly any data source, including Siemens, third-party and proprietary systems. It creates smart data by collecting and contextualizing both big data from MOM and other sources and fast data from shop floor operational intelligence (OT) and industrial IoT platforms.

Produce actionable insights
Using MOM functionality and an integrated and collaborative approach across IoT and shop floor OT, Opcenter Intelligence provides a layer of intelligence that turns enormous amounts of raw data into actionable and reliable insights. The system enables operational, tactical and strategic decisions at every level of a company. Manufacturing data analytics identify trends and anomalies. Automatic root cause analysis identifies efficiency, throughput and capacity issues, and analysis of quality data quickly detects bad trends in quality metrics or process variables.

Gain real-time performance visibility
The powerful data analytics capabilities of Opcenter Intelligence make it easy for users to retrieve the right information in minimum time. The system provides full visibility through dashboards of key performance indicators (KPIs) using real-time and historical plant data, business data and other sources. OOTB and industry-specific standard dashboards allow you to create your own specific interactive dashboards. Generate scorecards and dashboards that enable real-time drilldown to the automation/IoT level as well as a unified big picture in one accessible analytical data model.

Leverage active monitoring and notification
This manufacturing intelligence system provides operators with KPI dashboards and real-time visibility into current downtime causes, empowering your team to take immediate corrective action based on information from both IoT and MOM sources. It also enables both line and plant benchmarking to understand where improvement measures might be needed and to help streamline and organize production capacity across plants. Expedited issue resolution reduces production losses.

Drive advanced analytics and improvements
Standardizing continuous improvement and best practices with advanced manufacturing data analytics and reporting, Opcenter Intelligence exposes hidden improvement opportunities and enhances collaboration. The system enables users to identify data relationships that may not be apparent looking at different spreadsheets or reports. These capabilities increase asset performance and drive better production results.

Use data-driven production optimization
Opcenter Intelligence unlocks the power of smart data through its manufacturing data warehouse (MDW), based on the ISA-95 international industry standard. MDW’s domain-driven concept allows any third-party software to connect and retrieve data without any additional knowledge about domain model semantics.


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