Trusted by manufacturers around the world, Evocon is a simple and easy to use OEE system that helps visualize and understand your production data.
Helping manufacturers around the world improve their OEE.
Empowering communication within organizations.
From food and wood to plastics and metal production.
We understand the needs of manufacturers.
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We are a team of diverse backgrounds who combine knowledge of production, design, user experience, and technology to make it effortless for manufacturers to understand their production data.
Our belief at Evocon is that manufacturing systems should be easy to understand, help turn data into useful information on time, and facilitate decision making. That is why simplicity, functionality, and ease of use are at the core of our development philosophy – to offer more with less.
By working with our users, receiving feedback, and acting upon that information, we develop an OEE system that is made by people to people. And we are convinced that with the right features, you can empower people to do more with less.
Project name: “Development of Evocon’s business model and service”
Project date: 01.05.2021 – 31.10.2022
Project funded by the European Regional Development Fund with 285 061€.
The objective of the project is to develop the service, product, and processes of Evocon in order to increase the company’s competitiveness and capabilities to offer its services globally.
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Manufacturing companies in 14 different industries use Evocon. The most popular production output that our system registers are pieces and boxes. But the system can also monitor running meters, liters, productive work time and flow production. And even though all companies have a slightly unique production process, we can always find a suitable solution.
To learn more about how to monitor production with Evocon and what hardware you need, read our article: How to Monitor Production and Track OEE Using Evocon?
There are multiple options to connect production signals from your machines to Evocon. The most common way is a new industrial sensor. You can also use a sensor that is already available on your production line or machine. Another standard method is to use a PLC output connection using a relay (e.g. with Andon lights). These signals connect to Evocon’s IIoT device that sends the captured data to our cloud server in AWS.
If you have machines that already collect production data to a local database, then we can set up Evocon as a hardware-free solution (data transfer is via HTTPS API requests).
In general, the hardware you need to collect data from machines or production lines using Evocon is:
The final solution depends on your production process but you can learn more from here: What Hardware You Need and Does Evocon Provide It?
The process of setting up Evocon takes only a few days and consists of three steps:
When ongoing support is ever required, we’ll provide it free via phone or email.
Learn more: Step by Step Guide: How to Set Up Evocon?
OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is a lean manufacturing tool and universal best practice to monitor, evaluate and improve the effectiveness of a production process. This could be an assembly line, machine cell, packaging line, filling machine, CNC machine, or any other production equipment.
We use OEE because it helps us understand our production process. By quantifying and visualizing all losses from our production line and machines, OEE not only shows what we produced with our resources but also what we could have produced. In other words, OEE helps us understand the true potential of our factories.
Learn more: What is OEE and how does it work?