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At Mikon, we've leveraged traditional statistical methods like Statistical Process Control (SPC) for over 30 years. While the rise of Large Language Models (LLMs) brings new opportunities, these advancements complement rather than replace the robust, transparent, and efficient techniques we've long relied on. Discover how integrating AI and SPC can enhance anomaly detection, predictive maintenance, and data-driven decision-making, driving innovation and efficiency in manufacturing.

Discover how Machine Learning is revolutionizing manufacturing with Predictive Maintenance in our latest blog post. Learn how historical data from production lines can predict equipment failures, reduce downtime, and boost efficiency.

Embracing the Future of Quality Management with Statistical Process Control and Mikon

In the evolving landscape of industrial production, Statistical Process Control (SPC) has taken a front seat in ensuring product quality and consistency. The integration of Mikon's advanced analytics with real-time data processing has revolutionized SPC, making it an indispensable tool for modern manufacturing.

The seamless integration of laboratory data with production data holds immense potential for businesses across industries. This powerful combination provides a comprehensive understanding of operations, enabling informed decision-making, enhanced quality control, streamlined processes, effective troubleshooting, and regulatory compliance. By leveraging the synergies between these two critical data streams, organizations can unlock holistic insights that propel them towards greater success in today's data-driven world.

Accurate and timely production reporting is critical for manufacturing companies seeking to improve their operations and increase profitability. Production reports provide valuable insights into key aspects of the manufacturing process, including bottlenecks, quality control, resource allocation, and data-driven decision-making. With the Mikon software family, companies can generate detailed and up-to-date reports that enable stakeholders across the organization to make informed decisions and take action to drive performance improvements.

Mikon Rule Server is a potent add-on to the Mikon Application Servers. The Mikon core architecture is based on messages that initiate inserts, updates, and deletes signals, batches, and genealogy. The Rule Server is designed to act on these messages to transform and generate new messages based on a custom rule server configuration.

In most Mikon installations, more than 50% of all the values are calculated. In this article, written by Mikon Expert Alf Sandsør, you will learn how to load balance and optimise calculations.

Many people are confusing the terms manufacturing and production. In Mikon, we deal with Industrial Reporting. In this article, we explain the difference between manufacturing and production, and give two examples from Mikon customers.