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Onevision software presents automation innovations at Drupa

  • Publicado el 03 de Mayo de 2024

Software manufacturer OneVision is showcasing many possibilities for automating production processes at drupa in Düsseldorf from May 28 to June 7. For the first time, OneVision is demonstrating its solutions for digital production tracking throughout the entire production process.

Onevision software presents automation innovations at Drupa

The topic of this year's premier exhibition for the global printing industry is “We create the future”. Automation and digitalization are key subjects to be addressed. Optimizing production processes can save valuable time and costs, especially during skilled worker shortages and rising costs, making print businesses more future-proof. Automation specialist OneVision invites drupa visitors to hall 8A, booth A40, to experience live demonstrations of its automation technologies for various print segments.

With OneVision’s “Stations”, the entire production process can be digitally mapped and monitored. Manual activities in particular, such as sewing, eyeletting, drilling, picking, etc. or machines without a digital interface (e.g. Heidelberger Tiegel) can be integrated directly into the workflow. Employees can be guided by instructions at the respective work steps, thus reducing errors. Feedback and status updates from the single stations are displayed centrally and enable tracking of the production status in real time. It also supports print service providers to reliably meet their service level agreements with their customers. The solution will be presented live for the first time at drupa with barcode scanning and a mobile device app.

In addition, OneVision presents another drupa premiere with regard to batching. “Workspace Production” is a solution for the dynamic creation and automated processing of print jobs. Based on workflows and production machines as well as various job and production parameters, the software intelligently combines print jobs to ensure efficient processes and optimum utilization of printing and finishing machines.

With the increasing diversification of system landscapes, OneVision is also focusing on connectivity. As xml-based software with REST and JDF interfaces, the middleware is easily connected to numerous MIS, web shops, ERPs, RIP/DFE as well as printing and finishing machines. Smooth integration and production in an end-to-end workflow will be demonstrated at two partner booths. OneVision will be represented with demo stations at the Canon Europe booth B41 in hall 8A and at Horizon in hall 6 / booth F21. At Canon Europe, end-to-end ecosystems for commercial, book, wide format and label printing will be shown, while at the Horizon booth automation for digital book printing will be showcased.

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