There are some buttons and tower light at each position to call for support if necessary. Follow STOP – CALL – WAIT process
The Andon system concept is derived from Toyota with the use of pull cords to report problems and stop production when something goes wrong. And the basic andon call support system has always been a useful tool in lean manufacturing.
Andon system with applied of high technology, application of Industrial IoT, wireless communication, forming a real-time monitoring system, alerts operation problems, faulty machines, lack of raw materials, measurement of production indicators that help managers manage and improve production effectively.
The Andon system is a concept in Toyota's manufacturing system, a system of visualization (mieruka) of ongoing production problems, so that every department can immediately identify issue and problems, can monitoring and tracking current performance.
As we know, andon - an automated production monitoring system that helps to comunicate quickly about incidents at manufacturing lines, helps to respond quickly and reduce production downtime. So how about the andon's history stages?
In 2014, Toyota retired the Andon pull-cord system, a symbol for the lean, efficient and quality manufacturing in the Toyota Way, which has been replicated around the world in the automotive industry and other manufacturing industries.
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