JNEA works on a global level to provide new installations, upgrades and retrofits that result in improved process control, Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
These systems provide an easy, process-specific interface for operations and maintenance which includes asset management, change control, data and event history, ERP (Enterprise Systems) interface and network management combined with the added capabilities of HART, Fieldbus and Profibus-enabled intelligent field devices.
Our Information Systems team is able to propagate aggregated production data through reports and visual summaries to help clients make better manufacturing decisions by analyzing real time contextualized data at all levels of the manufacturing process.
Inventory Management, Logistics, Material Handling & Conveying
As a result of years of working in the Metals and Consumer Products industries, JNEA is able to leverage the experience in the areas of raw materials, and finished product, storage and movement within facilities; in liquid, powder, gaseous or solid form. The controls and data associated with the movement of materials have led us to develop interfaces to satisfy both the shipper and the receiver that reside on the control systems native to their areas.
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is changing the way the Internet connects and optimizes the world of sensors, devices, and machines. Sensors, communications and other Operational Technologies are working together with Information Technologies to reduce downtime and increase productivity. JNE will support your growth by implementing technologies to reduce downtime, maintenance and support costs.
Legacy Control Upgrades
JNE Automation has achieved Process Solution Partner status with the major Automation Suppliers, enabling us to efficiently support the update of the many legacy control systems that exist within the Steel industry. Modern control systems provide a single control platform for multiple functions that were previously handled by legacy PLC’s, legacy DCS’s and the drive functions that were handled by the legacy drive islands. By consolidating control of all of these systems into one unified system, Operators are given new degrees of control and flexibility while simplifying the system architecture and reducing maintenance and difficult to source spares costs.