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About Shopfloor-Online

Shopfloor-Online MES for Smart Manufacturing provides a modular approach to all your factory operations. Whether involved in production, quality, inventory, or maintenance, Lighthouse Systems Shopfloor-Online helps you enable digital transformation and improve manufacturing performance.

Shopfloor-Online Features

The core capabilities of Shopfloor-Online from Lighthouse Systems are broken down into type of operations being conducted:

Production Operations

  • Scheduling
  • Job Tracking
  • Downtime
  • Production Counting
  • Waste
  • OEE
  • Line Log Book
  • Labor
  • Workflow

Quality Operations

  • Quality
  • SPC
  • Process Monitoring
  • Links to Documents
  • Concerns and CAPA
  • Customer Complaints
  • Supplier Complaints

Inventroy Operations

  • Inventory Management
  • Label Printing
  • Traceability - Consumption
  • Build Traceability
  • Warehouse - Logistics

Maintenance Operations

  • Asset Register
  • Maintenance
  • Repairs
  • Tool Management
  • Energy Management

Shopfloor-Online Industries Served

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Building and Construction
  • Electronics
  • FMCG/Packaging
  • Food and Beverages
  • Green Energy
  • Machinery and Equipment
  • Medical Devices
  • Pharma
  • Plastics
  • Textiles

Product Overview

User Reviews of Shopfloor-Online

Submitted on March 3rd, 2020 by Nikhil Padhi from SunPower

Shopfloor-Online MES empowers the machines with intelligence so they know what they have to do.

The MES system needed to fit into the overall design, be able to support quick fire implementation, be within budget and easy to learn. We chose Shopfoor-Online from Lighthouse Systems, which we already used in other plants, as it met these requirements well.

Automation is often associated with job losses. But at Ensanada, thanks to a robust training programme, there was practically no job loss as workers were redeployed to new lines