A process or manufacturing method is controlled using statistical approaches, which is known as
statistical process control (SPC). You may monitor process behaviour, identify problems with internal systems, and resolve production-related problems with the use of SPC tools and methods. Statistical quality control and statistical process control are frequently used interchangeably (SQC).
Timeline of SPC-:
To guarantee the quality of weapons and other strategically significant products, the usage of control charts increased significantly in the United States during World War II. After the war, SPC methods were used less frequently, but they were later adopted with great success in Japan and are still used there today.
In recent years, firms all over the world have embraced numerous SPC methodologies, particularly as a part of quality improvement programmes like Six Sigma. Statistical software programmes and sophisticated data gathering methods have substantially aided the widespread usage of control charting procedures.
SPC Features and Functionality-:
Real-life SPC, not merely real-time SPC We can adapt our system solutions to fit the requirements of any size manufacturer. We can provide feature-rich
SPC software that tackles demanding requirements—the real-life issues of your production environment—thanks to our decades of manufacturing expertise and breadth of SPC knowledge.
Ability to address real-world production difficulties, Configurable notifications, alerts, and dashboards. Hundreds of control charts and reports, including Pareto and box-and-whisker charts, histograms, and more.
Capability for short and long production runs, characteristics, and variable data, as well as normal and non-normal distributions. Data gathering, alarms, event notification, and compliance support automation remind people to collect data promptly. Cross-process, cross-product, and cross-site analyses are supported by sophisticated comparative analysis tools.
Different configurations accommodate various product codes and processes, even between plants. Dashboards and comparative analysis reports provide quick access to vital information of high quality, even across a company, and quick setup and deployment.
Role-based dashboards guarantee proper access to the data. Interfaces are designed primarily with operators in mind for the shop floor. High levels of automation are used for data collecting, notifications, emails, and alarms.
SPC is an invaluable tool for streamlining business operations to ultimately boost productivity and profitability. It plays a key role in helping you improve the quality of your products. It comes with every piece of software required to raise the calibre and dependability of your production. Real-time decisions on the calibre of your products can be made using web-based analysis.