- 功能应用 - 远程监控系统
当 UTC Aerospace 需要一种解决方案来管理以前没有制造经验的装配线工人时，它决定尝试一些新的东西，为其未来的制造运营管理 (MOM) 战略开创先例。
UTC 航空航天 / 波音 787
UTC Aerospace 表示，使用 PINpoint Information Systems 的制造软件，该软件在车间触摸屏上具有态势感知图形，制造商能够培训不熟练的员工来制造没有缺陷的安全关键电子设备，这实际上有助于在几天内提高产量。通过软件监控和控制构建产品所需的数百个流程步骤，问题和缺陷不能不加以检查，因此可以最大限度地防止错误。
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