Smart Factory Platform

https://korean-electronics.com//inquiryUlalaLAB, a specialized company for smart factory, recently released an upgraded version of its smart factory platform ‘wimfactory’ – which was applied with industrial analysis engine ‘Snipe’ and thus upgraded into a 1.5 version in both hardware and software – aiming at leading the smart manufacturing market this year.
The wimfactory – composed of hardware ‘WICON’ collecting and transmitting data on sensor and production facilities and software ‘WIM-X’ that stores, visualizes, and analyze data – is an upgraded version of the smart factory platform in terms of speed, stability, accuracy, and analytical skills. In particular, the WICON 1.5 version has proven its capability in the field application for last year.
Thus, wimfactory 1.5 supplies five more intensified solutions for smart factory, namely, facilities management, output management, quality management, environment management, electricity & energy management. The manufacturing company monitors the operation state of facilities, operational rate, based upon sensing data on a real-time basis and senses the abnormal signals of a facility in advance. And this product allows users to stably and swiftly measure output, grasp the cause of the quality change, and manage quality for process improvement, etc.
The company’s president Kang Hak-ju explained “Through our successful release of wimfactory 1.5, we could see the upgraded device (H/W) measuring and collecting data and the upgraded solution (S/W) monitoring, extracting, and analyzing the collected data.
The solution was reborn into more powerful one in terms of speed and stability. We expect our company to draw more attention than ever before in the smart factory markets both domestically and overseas.”
The smart factory platform wimfactory 1.5 can be used with a cloud-based type of SaaS and PaaS and a private type of server construction only for smart factory.
Currently, wimfactory 1.5 is being adopted not only in South Korea but also in overseas markets including China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, etc. for such various areas as medical equipment manufacturing, and automobile parts manufacturing.

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Smart Factory Platform

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Reducing burdens of initial smart factory construction costs

[INQ. NO. 1710E07] Smart factory platform WimFactory by UlalaLAB can be built by att aching the smart factory IoT device Wicon of UlalaLAB’s own development to existing facilities and equipment after connecting it to a measurement sensor. Its device cost is one-tenth of the price of an existing platform. Monthly cloud cost enables people to use the service easily and conveniently.
Accordingly, this greatly reduces burdens of initial smart factory construction costs. Users can monitor real-time data from equipment collected through Wicon with smartphones, PCs, tablets and so forth.
UlalaLAB is currently providing the WimFactory platform to a Nike footwear manufacturing company in Indonesia and Atlas Copco Korea, a Swedish equipment company. The company is headquartered in the Smart Content Center of the National IT Industry Promotion Agency.
UlalaLAB in the Smart Content Center of the National IT Industry Promotion Agency was selected as one of the top 10 global start-ups in recognition of WimFactory, a smart factory platform based on the IIoT (Industrial IoT) and data in the fourth industrial revolution sector. The start-up introduced a smart factory not for large companies such as GE and Siemens but rather for small and mid-sized enterprises.
“I feel honored as our company was singled out as one of the top 10 via an evaluation by the judging committ ee consisting of scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and infl uential industry experts,” said Kang Hak-joo, CEO of UlalaLAB. “I hope that WimFactory will be a big helping hand to many manufacturing companies brooding over the construction of smart factories due to the advent of the fourth industrial revolution.”

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Smart Factory Platform “WimFactory”

https://korean-electronics.com//inquiry[INQ. NO. 1708E02] UlalaLAB in the Smart Content Center of the National IT Industry Promotion Agency was selected as one of the top 10 global start-ups in recognition of WimFactory, a smart factory platform based on the IIoT (Industrial IoT) and data in the fourth industrial revolution sector. The start-up introduced a smart factory not for large companies such as GE and Siemens but rather for small and mid-sized enterprises.
“I feel honored as our company was singled out as one of the top 10 via an evaluation by the judging committee consisting of scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and influential industry experts,” said Kang Hak-joo, CEO of UlalaLAB. “I hope that WimFactory will be a big helpinghand to many manufacturing companies brooding over the construction of smart factories due to the advent of the fourth industrial revolution.”
Smart factory platform WimFactory by UlalaLAB can be built by attaching the smart factory IoT device Wicon of UlalaLAB’s own development to existing facilities and equipment after connecting it to a measurement sensor. Its device cost is one-tenth of the price of an existing platform. Monthly cloud cost enables people to use the service easily and conveniently.
Accordingly, this greatly reduces burdens of initial smart factory construction costs. Users can monitor real-time data from equipment collected through Wicon with smartphones, PCs, tablets and so forth.
UlalaLAB is currently providing the WimFactory platform to a Nike footwear manufacturing company in Indonesia and Atlas Copco Korea, a Swedish equipment company. The company is headquartered in the Smart Content Center of the National IT Industry Promotion Agency.

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