(Marchtrenk, 17 April 2023) The TGW Logistics Group is offering new and existing customers innovative visualisation dashboards for optimising the performance of their intralogistics systems. Dashboards can be implemented in just a few days and help to assimilate data quickly and carry out improvements.
The Data Analysis and Reporting Dashboards afford a comprehensive view of a system's performance, and do so within a fraction of a second. With this application, data from many different software sources can be combined, analysed and processed graphically: from goods-in monitoring to the warehouse area to the sorters and scanners.
This allows data-based identification and resolution of errors in order to increase the performance of the overall system. TGW is offering this innovation in different contexts. In the case of new projects, the system integrator's specialists can generally install the dashboards within a few days. Implementation in existing systems can take more time, depending on the age of the software and hardware. Upon request, the dashboards can also be setup in logistics centres that were not built by TGW.
Customers benefit from several advantages: they don't have to invest their own resources in the development and operation of a tool, but rather can rely on the years of experience that TGW experts bring to the table. TGW has been using the dashboards internally for three years before now making it available to customers. Moreover, Remote Expert Support is available to answer questions – around the clock and 365 days a year.
"When employees think they can optimise a system based on their gut instincts, they are usually wrong. Only with a solid data basis can you get a good and efficient view of highly-automated and therefore complex intralogistics systems. With our Data Analysis and Reporting Dashboards, we tap data from numerous sources in different systems. Thanks to the user-friendly visualisation and thorough training, users are in a position to put the dashboards to a variety of uses," affirms Georg Katzlinger-Söllradl, Director of Global Lifetime Services at TGW.
The dashboards are designed in such a way that they can depict the entire material flow: