Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.
500 Corporate Woods Parkway
Vernon Hills , IL 60061 US
Integrated Machine Analytic Adapter
Using the data collected from your CNC control, via our Integrated Machine Analytic (IMA) adapter, allows you to actively monitor, as well as analyze, your production floor in real time. Management and shop floor personnel are able to identify problems or inefficiencies in their production line quickly and take action to remedy the situation. You will see improvements in Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) along with a quick Return On Investment (ROI).
Mitsubishi Electric’s IMA adapters are compliant with version 1.31 of the MTConnect standard. MTConnect® is a standard that allows your CNC machines and other electrical equipment from different manufacturers, to share a common “language” enabling monitoring of your entire shop floor. The adapter is a read-only software package made to capture NC data and send it to the agent. The agent then formats the data per the MTConnect standard. Combined with 3rd party software, users are able to see operation status in real time, collect streaming data points from equipment events, and extract machining and operator patterns through data collection. Users can monitor dashboard visualizations, establish metric warning thresholds, or oversee their equipment through a mobile app.
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