Plex Systems Launches Production Monitoring to Help Manufacturers Gain Visibility on Factory Floor


TROY, Mich., November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Plex Systems, a Rockwell Automation company and the leader in intelligent, cloud-delivered manufacturing solutions, today announced the launch of Plex Production Monitoring, a new quick-start solution that helps manufacturers gain visibility into customer data. factory in real time. Plex Production Monitoring is an evolution of the widely deployed Plex Mach2 solution originally created by Kors Engineering, that Plex acquired earlier this year.

Plex Production Monitoring is an out-of-the-box solution that connects to machines in the plant via a PLC or an edge device. This rapidly deployable solution, which can be implemented in just days, enables manufacturers to create customizable dashboards and views for operators, supervisors and the front office, displaying metrics such as downtime. , scrap, quality and production cycles.

“Plex Production Monitoring has had an incredible impact for us, from the factory to the front office. We have reduced scrap and increased our performance and system reliability, ”said Janice D’Amico, executive director of enterprise systems and IT at Thai. Summit America Corporation. “Presenting this critical information clearly enables our operators to increase throughput and efficiency, making them a part of the problem-solving team here at Thai Summit America. “

Plex Production Monitoring captures many metrics, providing more visibility and control over plant operations. One example is the Six Big Losses measure which gives traders the ability to identify micro-stops, reduced speeds, or reduced returns. With this insight, operators can address these often undetected inefficiencies as they arise to drive continuous improvement.

“Manufacturers are under tremendous pressure to cut costs and improve quality, so the need for a smart manufacturing platform has never been greater,” said Nathan Pieri, global vice president of product strategy and execution at Plex Systems. “Plex Production Monitoring provides robust machine connectivity, TRS reporting and the visibility needed to continuously improve their production operations. “

“The transition to a digital manufacturing facility can be done in several phases,” said Reid paquin, research director at IDC. “Solutions like this from Plex that provide real-time visibility can be a great starting point for organizations looking to advance their digital manufacturing journey.”

To learn more, visit Plex production monitoring web page.

Register here to attend the Continuous Improvement Customer Webinar: Plex Production Monitoring at December 9e, 2021.

About Rockwell Automation

Rockwell Automation, Inc. (NYSE: ROK), is a global leader in industrial automation and digital transformation. We connect people’s imaginations with the potential of technology to expand what is humanly possible, making the world more productive and more sustainable. Based at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rockwell Automation employs approximately 24,000 dedicated problem solvers for our customers in more than 100 countries. To learn more about how we bring the connected business to life in industrial enterprises, visit

About Plex Systems

Plex Systems, Inc., a Rockwell Automation company, is the leader in intelligent manufacturing solutions delivered in the cloud, enabling manufacturers around the world to build impressive products. Our platform gives manufacturers the ability to connect, automate, track and analyze all aspects of their business to drive transformation. The Plex Intelligent Manufacturing Platform includes solutions for Manufacturing Execution (MES), ERP, Quality, Supply Chain Planning and Management, Industrial IOT, and Analytics for connect people, systems, machines and supply chains, enabling them to lead with precision, efficiency and agility.

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