ArchFX Analytics: The Discovery of Excellence
Leveraging machine data to transform your SMT manufacturing operations
Uncovering the Hidden Losses
Creating process improvement with machine data is nothing new. Today, manufacturers demand (and deserve) much more from technology platforms.
For today’s electronics manufacturers, this means making use of your rich machine data. ArchFX Analytics meets and exceeds that challenge with advanced data analytics– the practice of examining how machine data values change over time and discovering where the operation most needs improvement. Arch has achieved success time and time again because we strategize on the combination of deep integrations with SMT line engineering experts and data technology expertise. The results speak for themselves.
Without exception, there is untapped value to be found in rich machine data. Used properly, data analytics point to and indicate the resolution of specific problems that will increase the performance metric, maximizing the value of company assets and engineers’ time.
Read more about the strategic uses of machine data in this technical paper, presented by Arch CTO and Co-founder, Tim Burke and APEX 2021.
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