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A “How to” Guide for integrating Digital Manufacturing & Industry 4.0 into your shop floor

Pune, India 16 March 2018:- Outlook Business reported on how Entrib’s flagship product – ShopWorx has managed to integrate Industry 4.0 with Digital Manufacturing into the Discrete Manufacturing (Plastics, Press Metals, Automotive) shop floors.

Doing so, it has proved its worth by providing a 4% raise of their Plant’s availability & 30% increase in productivity in this sector.

ShopWorx aims to digitally transform shop floors while providing a smarter way of manufacturing. By providing data monitoring & analytics solutions in Real -Time, it provides features such as:-

• Production Monitoring,
• Utility Consumption Monitoring (Water, Air, Gas, Electricity, Steam),
• Assembly Line Traceability,
• Paint Shop Process & Health Monitoring &
• Maintenance System (Scheduling & Reporting)

The uniqueness of ShopWorx comes with its approach towards developing client-centric, fully customizable & machine agnostic solutions. On asking Kiran Nataraj (CEO) for further elaboration, following were his comments:

“All of ShopWorx developers are motivated to travel to our client’s plants and gained insights of their shop floor. This not only provides a realistic view towards solving key problems through their solutions but encourages them to think innovatively.

For Instance, a developer spent a week figuring out why one of our apps was not being used. He created a QR code-based mobile app that solved key issues on the shop floor avoiding expensive RFID based scanners and providing an innovative solution that encourages usage of mobile phones on the shop floor.”

Entrib Analytics takes a customer-first approach and has integrated more than 1500 machines (Injection & Blow Molding machine, Extrusion machines & Assembly Lines to name a few) to ShopWorx while monitoring and analyzed more than 1 billion products.

“We have added 20+ customers for this year and had a 300% growth in revenue” added Kiran Nataraj.

ShopWorx – Taking the guesswork from managing your shop floor’s operations.

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Digitizing Manufacturing Shop Floors in Asia while driving their Production Efficiency

a&s Asia, March 2018:- a&s Asia magazine covered Kiran Natraj’s (CEO, Entrib Analytics) viewpoint over the growth drivers in Asia, deployment conditions in India and current challenges for IIoT’s deployment in the Asian region.

The manufacturing sector in Asia has a huge potential through the penetration of Industry 4.0 in shop floors. With its total market value of $66.7 billion and expected growth at a compound annual rate of 14.7%, this region holds the largest market share of the Industry 4.0 market at current.

According to Kiran, the ‘Digital India’ & ‘Made in China 2025’ initiatives taken by the government are the major growth drivers for IIoT in Asia. Both of these governments are expected to contribute heavily into the Asia-Pacific IIoT market.

Entrib has brought significant changes to one of its clients through its IIoT based solution – “We have done complete digitization of factories in India. In one case one of our customers – Prince Pipes and Fittings – has succeeded in digitizing one of their factories in the North thanks to IIoT” added Kiran Natraj.

However, for IIoT to be fully adopted – a number of challenges still remain in Asia. “Identifying a strategy of implementing IIoT is the most critical aspect. A lot of manufacturers want to do PoCs (Proof of Concepts) without really setting clear goals for such projects. Bringing in consultants definitely helps in making the strategy more likely to succeed” stated Kiran.

In order to avail benefits from IIoT, manufacturers in Asia are suggested to understand its concept and benefits upon implementation. Once this happens, the concept of IIoT is sure to be spread across the whole region.

ShopWorx – Improved Visibility for Managing Manufacturing Shop Floors.

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Entrib wins Frost and Sullivan’s 2017 IIoT Platform Technology award

Mumbai, India October 6th, 2017:- Entrib Analytics won the Frost & Sullivan’s “India IIOT Platform Enabling Technology Leadership Award” for implementing its Smart Manufacturing Platform, i.e. ShopWorx into manufacturing shop floor to facilitate its clients in kick-starting their Industry 4.0 Journey.

Entrib Analytics Technology Pvt. Ltd (Entrib) is the maker of ShopWorx, a Real-Time Monitoring & Analytics Solution which ensures visibility and actionable insights in operations of a Manufacturing Shop floor. ShopWorx is targeted towards discrete and automotive manufacturers and has 40+ active clients across India.

By providing a granular view of production operations, machine downtime & rejections, OEE and other shop floor activities, Entrib’s clients witnessed improvement in plant productivity, machine efficiency with reductions in downtime & rejections within 6-12 months of deployment.

Frost & Sullivan 2017 Best Practices Awards recognizes those leaders & disruptors who, despite of economic & industrial obstacles, have shown significant growth, identified emerging trends & undertaken break-through projects across various verticals.

Award Recipients were selected through an extensive process including a deep dive research and analysis conducted by Frost & Sullivan industry experts, which was then presented to an independent panel of judges representing the top companies in India. This year’s jury included senior executives from renowned organizations like Mahindra & Mahindra, Ashok Leyland, Kotak India Bank, Morgan & Stanley & MENASA, the mobility practice of F&S.

If you want to have improved visibility for managing your shop floor while witnessing its digital transformation,
talk to our IIoT experts.

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Cisco Launchpad Cohort#2

Bangalore, India May 8 2017 – Entrib makes it to Cisco Launchpad – A Cisco-Startups-Partners Initiative

Innovation and startups have always been central to Cisco’s DNA. Startups form the foundation of our multi-billion dollar businesses of today and tomorrow.

Our journey within India began over 20 years ago. Today we are a dynamic innovation engine with a 6500+ R&D workforce which generates 2 patents a week on average.

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Entrib’s IIoT platform – ShopWorx highlighted at the Make in India – Karnataka Conference

Bangalore, India February 15, 2017 – A sectoral session on ‘Manufacturing Startups’ was held on Tuesday at the Make in India – Karnataka conference organized by the Karnataka Govt. in association with Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Government of India, and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

The event’s key focus was on how the Karnataka Government is giving a thrust on manufacturing and encouraging startups in the manufacturing sector.

Following an addressing speech by chief guest, a panel discussion was conducted involving 10 startups who have been contributing to the Indian manufacturing sector through their unique solutions.

Within the Panel discussion, Kiran Nataraj (CEO – Entrib Analytics) commented on how Entrib was started with the vision to combine software and manufacturing and help Indian manufacturers. He also showcased Entrib’s flagship product ShopWorx which collects shop floor data, provides analytics and helps improve overall productivity.

Bootstrapped so far, Kiran also added that their journey has been interesting with over 20 customers and over 40 deployments across India.

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5 Indian IoT startups connecting 5 different industry sectors

techseen, January 30 2017:- Technologies for developing connected devices are on a rise and many indigenous vendors are gearing up to explore the sea of new possibilities. Ranging from healthcare to agriculture, the IoT leap in India is opening a new tunnel for industries that have remained sluggish for long while depending on redundant technologies..

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5 Sectors Investors Should Keep A Close Watch On

inc42.com, December 29, 2016:- 2016 has been a year of many changes in the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem.

After going through a period of hyper-growth and exponential scale fuelled by big-ticket investments, the industry has finally entered a phase of consolidation and maturity.

This is most aptly demonstrated in the shift within investor preference from startups with high valuation to early-stage ventures with robust unit economics that promotes sustainability and profitability, along with the scale.

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5 Promising IoT Startups

BW DISRUPT, June 6, 2016:- IoT will have a great impact on the economy by transforming many enterprises into digital businesses and facilitating new business models, improving efficiency and new forms of revenue.

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Experience Zero Error Tolerance with ShopWorx

electronicsofthings.com, March 31, 2016:- ShopWorx (A flagship product by Entrib Analytics) is one of India’s most sought out IoT Company. Welcome yourself to the 4th Industrial revolution with their world-class analytics and systems that maximize efficiency with ShopWorx.

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Top 10 IoT startups in India – 2016

By Apoorva Verma, analyticsindiamag.com

Internet of Things (IoT) seems to be the latest buzzword in the IT and analytics community. Typically, IoT goes beyond the machine-to-machine communications and covers a variety of devices and applications. Consequently, analytics is used for predictive decision-making using data generated from these M2M and IoT devices. Thus, making it imperative for IoT companies to have indepth knowledge of analytics to realize their full potential for developing futuristic products.

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