Classic average balancing is based on simplifyed prognoses or assumptions about future production output. Using AviX Execution Optimizer makes it possible to calculate a correct balance based on production program/build schedules, i.e. real orders containing configurations.
The work content in a work station can vary heavily between different products or configurations. Depending on the production program/build schedule this can cause unwanted consequences on the line balance. AviX Execution Optimizer helps visualizing the work content/utilization of each work station, making it possible to forecast problems.
Avoid stopping the line
AviX Execution Optimizer makes it possible to identify and avoid line stops before they occur. By analyzing the work content over time and for each single work order in the production program/build schedule, it becomes possible to take action and avoid future problems.
Areas of applications
Import orders/build schedules and product configurations
Simulating without orders
Simulated heat map using statistical distribution
Create product mix based on orders/build schedules
Discover future balancing problems using "heat map"