Product Launch: WORXIMITY Brings the iPad into Food Processing Plants

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In this new Internet of Things era (Web 3.0), Worximity link production lines and technology to help managers control their plants’ downtimes, yields and productivity in real time.

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Worximity’s technology lets me monitor production on my various production lines in real time and assign duties to all my team members. I especially appreciate the Tileboard alerts that automatically signal slowdowns in production.

Worximity Technology, whose headquarters are located in Montreal, is helping food processing companies make the technological shift by linking their production lines with real-time management tools. Several major players in the Canadian agri-food industry have already joined the mobile revolution. Companies such as Produits Alimentaires Viau, Voltigeurs Farm, St-Guillaume Cheese Dairy, Baxter, Nature’s Touch and Viandes Lacroix have brought this new technology into their plants in order to increase productivity and reduce losses.

“Worximity’s technology lets me monitor production on my various production lines in real time and assign duties to all my team members. I especially appreciate the Tileboard alerts that automatically signal slowdowns in production.” - Glen Cardoso, Vice-President of Operations, Viandes Lacroix.

In this new Internet of Things era (Web 3.0), Worximity links its clients with their increasingly smart plants in real time. Thanks to this connectivity — which is operational from day one — and its mobile TILEBOARD dashboard, Worximity instantly provides a detailed picture of production in real time. This means managers can control their plants’ downtimes, yields and productivity.

“Our clients invariably report that their production increased considerably, their downtimes decreased significantly, and their yields were optimized,” notes President and Founder of Worximity Technology Inc. Yannick Desmarais, Eng. “A poultry processing plant was able to decrease its direct labour costs by 23%, a company producing plastic reduced its downtime by 10% and a leading bakery increased its yield substantially.”

Sensors, digitized forms and the Tileboard application — a smart dashboard hooked up to equipment and software — are the three technologies that enable a smart factory to monitor all aspects of production in real time. This information is then displayed in smart suites(Productivity, Downtime, Overproduction, Yield and Overall Equipment Effectiveness) so that managers and staff can follow the production process and take essential action at the right time.

Worximity will be at Process Expo on September 15 to 18.
McCormick Place, Chicago
Hall East - level 3
Booth # 2765
http://fpsa15.mapyourshow.com/6_0/exhibitor/exhibitor-details.cfm?ExhID=243725

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