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Data has little value without context. By adding context, you can uncover key insights and make more informed decisions. In this video, Lenny explains the Analytics Continuum in a practical way. And why adding context to your data is the way to GO!
Learn how to pair your Canary Historian with Flow Software and develop even more reporting options.
In this video, you will learn about Flow's standard aggregation methods. The importance of a boundary value, and how to create custom aggregation methods.
One of the key components of Flow is its ability to connect different silos of information in order to provide context. You will learn how to get data from web APIs into Flow, along with typical process-related data.
It's a saying that goes, "You don't know where you're going if you don't know where you've been". Watch this video to learn how Flow uses Historical data to calculate production run rates. Then, project the results to the end of the week, so your team can see where they are headed.
Watch this video to learn what IDA is. And how it can help your team. Explore how to collect, clean, and contextualize large quantities of data using an agile approach. And transforming it into actionable information your teams can trust.
Lenny shares the concept of IDA. Why IDA is important to organizations, and how valuable information can be. Converting large amounts of data into useful information.
We often get this question, "is Flow just another reporting tool?" Lenny shares some key points on what makes a good reporting tool. And how Flow is different.
It's important for every business to know where its data is. And how to get value from it. In most cases, data management processes are driven by personalities without resulting in measurable results. Lenny uses the analogy of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. And how it relates to real-life challenges that companies face with their industrial data today.
Flow 6.0 includes tags, buffering, and dashboard navigation.
The concept of OEE might seem a bit abstract to plant floor operators, but for managers it is a powerful tool. It's crucial to provide operators with goals that are real-time, easily understood, and highly motivating.