We already know that OEE is being used in the manufacturing. The aim here is to increase the efficiency of the equipment (service processes in the service industry) investments made by the organizations and to keep the effect on the revenue at the top of the organization. But isn't this idea the same in other industries as well?

Since OEE can be easily monitored digitally today, considering which industries and what kind of equipment (or service processes) it can be used for, the following topics emerged:

  • Aviation: Planes, airports, gates, loading equipment, ticket vending machines and check-in counters, security, cargo services, HVAC systems.

  • Ship Management: Ships, ship equipment, HVAC systems, cranes, forklifts, conveyors, ports, piers, security systems.

  • Rail System Transport: Subways, trams, trains, terminals, escalators, security systems, HVAC systems.

  • Human Transportation by Road: Buses, minibuses, terminals, taxis, scooters.

  • Freight Transportation by Road: Trucks, vans, mobile cold chain equipment, courier motorcycles.

  • Information Systems: Servers, internet of things (IoT) devices, routers.

  • Healthcare: Diagnostic equipment, HVAC systems, services, ambulances, home care services.

  • Logistics Services: Forklifts, conveyors, packaging / packaging units, food and beverage vending machines.

  • Construction: Cranes, diggers, concrete plants, mixers, drillers,

  • Mining: Diggers, trucks, weighing systems, conveyors

  • Finance: Servers, processes that require manual work (EFT, policy preparation, loan extension, etc.), HVAC systems.

As can be seen, beyond production, it can be combined with systems such as GPS, RTLS, MTOW, fuel consumption, and can be enriched by adding some simple solutions such as location, personnel movements, and be used in many different industries.

Please contact us for more information on how to implement OEE digitally for your organization.

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