Response to day-to-day constrains

A solution to everyday problems

The term “bottleneck” is the headache of most manufacturing companies in daily activities.
Smart Factory not only helps you meet your long-term production goals, it is a solution to meet the day-to-day challenges and problems on the shop floor.
With our system, you can radically reduce bottlenecks and increase productivity by simulating production scenarios, monitoring shop floor execution and analyzing data intelligently.


With Smart Factory functionalities you will use the ideal resources for each manufacturing order, create a predictive environment and optimize costs/times in your production cycle.
  • Creation of production plans based on actual data: working capacity, input availability, machine performance and demand history.
  • Visualization of current workload, agile reaction to unexpected events and simulation of “what if” scenarios.
  • Dynamic sequencing of activities according to delivery schedule (graphical tool with manual or automatic scheduling capabilities).


Smart Factory’s execution functionality allows you to perform real-time monitoring of resources and workflows in your plant, connecting your software to machines and production lines.
  • Know the status of orders, set aside the time required to execute them and break down specific activities by production order.
  • Issue and receive raw materials, manage returns and adjust inventories dynamically.
  • Perform a mapping of operational procedures, creating each action as a specific step, defining its duration, recurrence and expected value (ideal scenario).


With Smart Factory’s visualization and business intelligence functionality, you get notifications, reports, dashboards and statistics on Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) indicators such as machine performance, production times, operator skills and much more.
What reports, dashboards, graphics and notifications does Smart Factory provide me with?
  • Operating times per machine.
  • Recurring quality parameters.
  • Recurring machine failures.
  • Details of all production lines.
  • Machine alerts.
  • Summary of production order progress.
  • Material consumption level.
  • Production order scheduling.