Digital machinery and plant assembly: intuitive, efficient and seamless
As a manufacturer of complex machines and systems, you make a quality promise to your customers with your products. At the same time, you face challenges such as high competitive and cost pressure. That is why efficient, reliable and seamlessly documented assembly and testing is of paramount importance.
With digital assembly and quality control instructions in Operations1, you can meet these challenges.
Digital assembly and control processes
Instead of maximum lists, provide your employees with plant-type-specific instructions and checklists, which you can easily create and centrally organize using drag & drop, interaction functions, modules, etc.
Integrate control steps into assembly instructions and document serial numbers and product codes of your components by scanning directly Operations1. Automatically generated reports provide complete documentation of all assembly and inspection steps and enable reliable verification.
Image and video-based instructions for manufacturing and assembly. Establish processes through the flexible design.
Create without any code Create easy to understand instructions via drag & drop and embed images and videos
Perform processes reliably Deliver highest quality worldwide using multilingual software and work instructions
Digital training for employees Based on digital assembly instructions, employees can be trained more efficiently
Efficient quality assurance through integrated worker self-testing in the assembly instructions.
Efficient self-check of workers Check off integrated checkpoints to save time during worker self-testing
Return images and videos Document quality findings via image, video or text and report back in real-time
Create and assign tasks Assign, monitor and solve problems via intelligent task management
Monitoring & analysis
Full transparency on progress and findings. Track your production orders at the operation level.
Seamless link to orders Create assembly orders or transfer them from the ERP and link them to instructions
Live-monitoring Monitor the progress of activities at any time in the dashboard and react faster to problems
Evaluate statistics and react Easily retrieve failure patterns, process times and quality statistics and make decisions
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Creation and organization of documents
Use of Operations1 in production
Planning of activities
Transparency & continuous improvement
Digital machinery & plant assembly: 6 reasons for Operations1
Why do leading mechanical and plant engineering companies choose Operations1 to digitize plant assembly documentation?
By making the platform easy to use, they ensure high usage and a quick return on investment.
Strong industry expertise
Leading companies use Operations1 in machinery and plant assembly. Benefit from our expertise.
Operations1 is continuously being further developed in a software-as-a-service approach. In addition, you benefit from a relief of your IT.
Wide range of functionalities
Draw from the wide range of functionality of our software. The demo video gives you a first insight.
Scalable across the enterprise
Use Operations1 in all common languages, centralize and standardize content and always keep an overview.
Our team is there for you. We offer excellent and personal service and accompany you during the implementation.
Test steps already in assembly instructions allow us to use labor resources more flexibly.David Berghold Head of Quality Assurance, Tyromotion GmbH
Whether test values or scanned product codes: We now have a complete documentation.Alexander Kunert Head of Quality Assurance, MCRT GmbH
We have both increased the audit safety and reduced the effort for documentation.Cyril Maurer Head of Production and Test Bench, Soudronic AG
The digital documentation provides us important insights, so we can react better and faster.Thomas Adamek Head of IT & Qualitymanagement, Nabertherm GmbH
Easy-to-understand and clear test instructions facilitate the work of our employees.Stephan Wagner Head of Quality and Project Management, BBW Lasertechnik GmbH
Paper checklists are simply no longer up to date. They simply do not fit into the 21st century.Dr. Alfons Hätscher Chief Financial Officer, Hirschvogel Holding GmbH
Summary: Digital machinery and plant assembly with Operations1
The provision of assembly instructions with integrated worker self-testing as well as the complete documentation of process data in Operations1 can realize many advantages for your machinery and plant assembly:
Reduced effort in work preparation and for the employee
High customer confidence through complete documentation
Simple verification through automatically generated digital reports
Quality assurance and higher process reliability
Subsequent defect image analysis for deriving CIP measures