Tutelar Technologies offers Ujigami, a flexible MES/ MOM platform that fully integrates the entire manufacturing workflow, from warehouse management, all the way through production, packaging, and shipping. Ujigami’s intelligent software interface communicates with every machine and device on the shop floor; it eliminates the need for skilled operators who must otherwise deal with the race for optimization and simultaneously oversee the entire manufacturing execution. Ujigami software contains built-in knowledge to establish new standards and best practices and can communicate with existing equipment that pre-dates modern communications standards, all the way to new equipment containing the latest technology.
“Our software oversees the complete manufacturing environment, receiving data and signals from machines, operators, and devices, and controlling the process to optimize it,” explains Edward Dickson, President of Tutelar Technologies. Ujigami fulfills the needs of material receipts, storage, movement and handling, and input to the manufacturing line. In the actual manufacturing, Ujigami performs specific machine setup based on the part to be produced; the part may be uniquely identified by bar codes, RFID, pallet tracking, and other methodologies. The entire process is controlled to meet part specifications, and in-depth mistake-proofing prevents problems. Master production scheduling, operation sequencing, and material availability at the right time in the right work cell are also ensured by the platform.
Ujigami operates in a fashion that is familiar to process engineers, supervisors, managers, and very fundamentally, operators, even though it brings advanced technology to the shop floor. The software’s architecture and design, which render Ujigami’s real-time communication with machines, is server-based and familiar to IT teams. Moreover, being a browser-based solution, the solution delivers ubiquitous access to shop floor data across geographies and devices.
Our software oversees a wide range of areas in manufacturing, coordinating and controlling machines, operators, and devices