IBCS POLAND SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ realizuje projekt dofinansowany z Funduszy Europejskich pn. „ibcsDock/ibcsCloud: zautomatyzowany system rejestracji przepływu towarów w magazynie”.
Syzan Metal deals with production for all industry sectors – from the basics, i.e. the design of a given product, to its finalization, i.e. delivery. It also produces shop display elements on request. This type of order is carried out by the company regardless of whether the starting point are professional technical drawings or just the client’s initial idea. It provides stores with many different solutions – starting with various types of racks and ending with custom-made interactive sales stands or full store equipment.
ibcsSnapEvidence system consists of several different elements. In addition to the cameras themselves, it also includes software, cabling, and hardware on which all operations can be performed and tracked (tablet/PC and barcode scanner).
The implementation of ibcsSnapEvidence was divided into two main stages:
In practice, the basic functionality of ibcsSnapEvidence has been extended with a desktop application that triggers the process of taking photos (trigger) – using a handheld scanner.
It took just one working day to implement this solution on the production lines. It took place on the principle of “deploy and forget”, which is a huge advantage of this solution.
The solution proposed by IBCS Poland gave Syzan Metal the opportunity to reliably document the correct execution of the production process, which is crucial in the event of any customer claims.
–ibcsSnapEvidence system allows us to track and fully record production operations. Thanks to this, it is also easier to detect any irregularities that occur in the production process, and in the case of defects – to react at an early stage. Everything is now documented in photos – says Mr. Marcin Woźniak from Syzan Metal.
These photos are taken from different distances and angles, and all photos are archived and prepared for quick search (this allows individual photos to be assigned a production operation code, camera and station number, as well as the date and time when a given operation was documented).
In this way, it becomes easier to prove the correctness of the production process, the absence of errors and defects. The costs of complaints are reduced and their handling takes much less time.