Proven to improve manufacturing yield, safety, quality, and compliance by making sense of your data.

Meet ThinkIQ.

Introduction

Transformational Intelligence delivers actionable insights

ThinkIQ is the leader in Transformational Intelligence for Manufacturers, contextualizing data — both in-plant and across your supply chain — to improve yield, safety, quality, and compliance. Our 5 stage path to Smart Manufacturing leads to safer products and improved key metrics.

The Industry 4.0 Data Revolution

Transforming the Data You Have

Transformational Intelligence gathers data from the earliest point in the supply chain through product delivery. ThinkIQ gathers IIoT and existing data, bringing it all to your screen, then processes it using Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning to correlate cause and effect.

Contextualizing Your Data

ThinkIQ helps you reach Smart Manufacturing status. We contextualize and report analytics that surface root-level problems that you could never spot before. While previous technologies like ERP, MES, and MOM were passive, ThinkIQ’s Transformational Intelligence delivers Industry 4.0 actionable insights that transform manufacturing. Don’t take our word for it, though. Contact us for a transformational demo, and see for yourself.

Contextualizing Your Data

ThinkIQ helps you reach Smart Manufacturing status. We contextualize and report analytics that surface root-level problems that you could never spot before. While previous technologies like ERP, MES, and MOM were passive, ThinkIQ’s Transformational Intelligence delivers Industry 4.0 actionable insights that transform manufacturing. Don’t take our word for it, though. Contact us for a transformational demo, and see for yourself.

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“By digitizing raw material attributes from manual logs, and comparing that with production data, we can now see correlations we hadn’t seen before.”

— VP of Agriculture

“For the first time in 20 years, ThinkIQ has provided an objective comparison between plants given raw material and production variations, that allows visibility to maximize profits.

— VP of Manufacturing

“ThinkIQ provides critical data agility to solving real operational problems.

— Director, Global Traceability

Industry 4.0 for Every Manufacturing Vertical

Industry 4.0 for Every Manufacturing Vertical

Protecting Your Food

From farm-to-table, a wide variety of variables can affect your final product. Onion size? Silo temperature? Transit time? Growth location and weather? ThinkIQ, and your new Smart Manufacturing line, will bring it all together to give you actionable insights for safer, more efficient products.

Pharmaceutical Safety

From component-to-lab-to-patient, you need to be able to trace every supply-chain detail, link to a batch, and proactively verify the safety—and speed—of release. The Industry 4.0 data revolution gives pharma supply chain visibility like never before, potentially avoiding recalls (or worse), before they happen.

Mine-to-Metal Efficiency

ThinkIQ’s Smart Manufacturing process allows you to carefully track raw materials throughout the supply chain. It also integrates with your own assembly line details. Did a line slow down, potentially overheating a more sensitive raw material? With ThinkIQ and an Industry 4.0 manufacturing line, you can see these occurrences and more, making stronger, safer, more cost-effective products.

Transforming Raw Data into Raw Power

Transforming Raw Data into Raw Power

Saved from a Potential Recall

Data points exist all along your supply chain and through your warehouse. But you haven’t been able to assemble that into a clear, actionable picture of your entire workflow. Just imagine, then, a broken-down truck in your current system. Does your intelligence system (if you have one) point out the temperature change, and the threat of a future recall? ThinkIQ did just that, potentially saving millions … or more.

Optimize the Yield of a Product

Your variably-sized raw materials have to be cut to an exact size to deliver minimal waste and consistent products. And while the existing team has already done a great job of maximizing yield, ThinkIQ supplied Transformational Intelligence, based on existing sensors, that allowed the client to see that a slight modification of their cutting patterns would increase yield by a massive 6%.

Finding the Problem Component

Your product has 30 components. Just image the ability to link product failures to a change in suppliers last year. Or perhaps those failures get tracked back to a shipping method where the humidity caused unexpected issues? Or where the shipping date of one component seemed fine, but in reality could cause you to miss — or meet — your big deadline. If you can’t imagine this in your facility, then you’re not using ThinkIQ.

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Spotlight

What Is Supply Chain Managment?

What Is Supply Chain Managment?

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