Japan is a world leaders in high quality products and services built on the philosophy of constant and consistent improvement, known as kaizen. As the leading automation company in Japan, Yokogawa has been a key driver in the industry helping clients to achieve their quality targets. Furthermore, philosophy and methodology are important, but this is only one aspect of achieving the highest quality. Yokogawa is, and has been, a leading provider supporting the industry to achieve their quality goals via our consulting services and solutions.
Our Quality Analytics solution helps customers identify abnormal events and causes which may lead to poor quality products, utilizing a pattern recognition technology and the following steps: Identifies efficient/inefficient assets and high/low quality products by utilizing statistical analysis of historical process data, Identifies the root cause in the assets and products, Infers the state of asset and product quality on real time using the result of the analysis.
Allowing you to establish standardized and optimized laboratory operations, LIMS supports your analytical and quality management processes to the fullest extent.
Based on open standards, Yokogawa's data historian and PIMS solution captures data easily and creates a valuable bedrock. Our solution is especially unique in that engineering costs in implementation are significantly reduced when compared to the alternatives.
Yokogawa understands that better integration with APC and DCS results in more profitable operations and that regulatory control stabilization is important as a baseline for a control hierarchy.
PID control plays a fundamental role in process control. Proper setup and tuning are required for stable plant operation and are a prerequisite for advanced process control. Yokogawa provides a standardized approach to the implementation of regulatory control stabilization with fixed procedures and methods that ensure optimum and safe plant controls.
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