Manufacturing is an industry with many moving parts: human resources, raw materials, capital investments, production equipment, logistics—not to mention ever-changing customer demands. Data gets created at every turn, but it often stays in silos, limited in its utility. This holds true for all manufacturers—whether aerospace and defense, automotive, industrial machinery, or mill products. With Tableau, you can quickly blend and link similar data to gain decisive results in seconds—compared to hours or days with programming-intensive methods. Use what you learn from your manufacturing analytics to improve process efficiency, centralize production monitoring, better serve your customers, and turn real-time data into just-in-time insights.
Making Sense of Industrial Sensor Data
By leveraging Tableau’s leading analytics platform, GE Aviation is making it easier for airlines to access, understand and take action on this data. Airlines can now explore customer reports created in Tableau through Predix, GE’s cloud-based software platform for industrial applications. Airlines can perform further analysis of sensor data from the flight (from engines, airframes, flaps, landing gear etc.) as well as the health of the aircraft itself (ground operations, maintenance, crewing etc.) with Tableau’s powerful, easy-to-use platform.
Manufacturing Analytics Knowledge Hub
Manufacturing leaders must identify risks in complex supply chains, achieve sustainability goals, enable their teams to succeed, and create a customer experience that nurtures loyalty. The manufacturing knowledge hub will show you how leveraging your data with Tableau’s end-to-end analytics platform will help you reduce risk and cost whilst driving innovation.
Honeywell saves 10,000+ hours, scaling to 9,000 users across 14 business units.
Honeywell’s Global Finance Center is the global analytics hub for the entire $40 billion company. Since March of 2016, Honeywell scaled to 9,000 Tableau users companywide. With Tableau and Alteryx, the team analyzes data in hours instead of months—helping the business make crucial decisions. See how Tableau is transforming marketing analytics.
Whitepaper: 4 Ways Data is Transforming the Industry
Like it or not, manufacturing is moving faster and leaner as the dated, status-quo business systems fall to the wayside. More than ever, the manufacturing industry must corral and understand massive amounts of data from many systems to drive operational efficiencies, higher levels of service, and support. Having the ability to explore the impact and interplay across production efficiency, product quality, customer demand, and service excellence simply isn’t possible without big data and meaningful analytics.