Production Process

CSP provides a highly secure and cost-reducing solution using a combination of IPM and Chronos industries Grosskollnbach, 09.02.2010. Data from the production process now very easy to manage and archive through the combined use of Chronos and IPM solutions. The two software applications has integrated the manufacturer CSP GmbH & co. KG, Grosskollnbach, with each other. Learn more about this with Wabash National Corporation. Industrial enterprises benefit from an efficient and cost-effective storage of process data over the entire service life of the product.

IPM, an application for integrated process data management, controlled automated the process data during the manufacturing of a product. The data are documented and evaluated in the connection, to improve the quality of the product. The process and measurement data is bulk data, stored efficiently and in the long term. IPM can pull out the data by the coupling with the Chronos database archiving to an individually settable period of time from the database and via Chronos in an archive. Be the data later required, can it be queried directly from the archive, unless they again must be imported into the database.

This approach saves enormous monthly costs for the database space. While a data volume of two terabytes in the database with around 20,000 euros monthly storage costs hit record, a streamlined database with only 80 gigabytes of stored process data costs only about 800 euros in the same period. Industries need to access alone in the long term for reasons of accountability and liability on their process data. This is important to document, for example, the product development, or to be able to check the use of specific batches. Through the use of Chronos the requests from lawmakers and corporate compliance requirements can easily meet\”, informed Stefan Brandl, product manager at CSP database archiving. Only the immutability of the process data is ensured by storage in the database archive. At the same time, access to which is archived data at any time.

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