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What is Automation?

What is Automation ?

Automation describes a wide range of technologies that reduce human intervention in processes. Human intervention is reduced by predetermining decision criteria, sub process relationships, and related actions — and embodying those predeterminations in machines.

Automation includes the use of various equipment and control systems such as machinery, processes in factories, boilers, and heat-treating ovens, switching on telephone networks, steering, and stabilization of ships, aircraft, and other applications and vehicles with reduced human intervention. Automation covers applications ranging from a household thermostat controlling a boiler to a large industrial control system with tens of thousands of input measurements and output control signals.

Advantages of Automation

Improved worker safety:

Automated cells remove workers from dangerous tasks. Your employees will thank you for safeguarding them against the hazards of a factory environment.

Lower operating costs:

Robots can perform the work of three to five people, depending on the task. In addition to savings on the cost of labor, energy savings can also be significant due to lower heating requirements in automated operations. Robots streamline processes and increase part accuracy, which means minimal material waste for your operation.

Reduced factory lead times:

Automation can keep your process in-house, improve process control and significantly reduce lead times compared to outsourcing or going overseas.

Increased production output:

A robot has the ability to work at a constant speed, unattended, 24/7. That means you’ve got the potential to produce more. New products can be more quickly introduced into the production process and new product programming can be done offline with no disruption to existing processes.

Consistent and improved part production and quality:

Automated cells typically perform the manufacturing process with less variability than human workers. This results in greater control and consistency of product quality.

Better planning:

Consistent production by robots allows a shop to reliably predict timing and costs. That predictability permits a tighter margin on most any project.

Reduce need for outsourcing:

Automated cells have large amounts of potential capacity concentrated in one compact system. This allows shops to produce parts in-house that have previously been outsourced.

Easy integration:

Productivity will work with you to provide a complete system – hardware, software and controls included. Your cell will be proven out at Productivity and shipped production-ready – allowing you to start making parts as soon as it’s installed in your shop.

Maximize labor:

Over the next three decades, statistics show that more than 76 million baby boomers will retire and only 46 million new workers will be available to replace them. During this time, your demand for labor will continue, making automation a real and viable solution.

Types of automation.

Fixed Automation

Fixed automation refers to the use of special-purpose machines to perform a specific task only. These types of automatic machines are made to perform single or at the most two tasks. Fixed automation is capable of manufacturing a particular product style, so any changes in the product design or process means changing the automation system which in turn is quite difficult. These machines that are used to automate the task are custom-built according to the manufacturing process. As Fixed automation is employed for doing a particular process it becomes difficult for fixed automation to adapt to new changes in the process. Fixed automation is initially expensive, however, in the long run with high production rates, it becomes economical. Therefore, fixed automation is best suited for mass production.

Examples of fixed automation include automated assembly lines in automobile manufacturing industries, material handling conveyor systems, machining transfer lines, chemical manufacturing systems etc.

Advantages of Fixed Automation are:

• Fixed automation has high production rates.

• Manufacturing cost per unit is lower.

• Uniform quality output.

Limitations of Fixed automation are:

• High Initial investment is required.

• Difficult to adapt to changes.

Programmable automation:

Programmable automation refers to the production equipment designed with the capability to change the sequence of operations to accommodate different product configurations. The operation sequence is controlled by a program, which is a set of instructions coded so that the system can read and interpret them. New programs can be introduced into the equipment to produce new products. Unlike Fixed production which is suitable for mass production, Programmable automation is suitable for batch production. In programmable automation, for each new style of product the machinery must be reprogrammed. As the systems are being reprogrammed there is a span of non productive time.

Examples of programmable automation include NC controlled machine tools, industrial robots, CNC machines Programmable logic controllers (PLC) etc.

Advantages of Programmable Automation are:

• Programmable automation is best suited for batch production.

• There is flexibilty to accomodate product change.

Limitations of Programmable automation are:

Flexible automation:

Flexible automation is an extended part of programmable automation. A flexible automated system is one that is capable of producing a variety of products (or parts) with virtually no time lost when changes are made from one product to the next. There is no production time lost while reprogramming the system and altering the physical setup (tooling, fixtures, and machine setting). Consequently, the system can produce various combinations and schedules of products instead of requiring that they be made in separate batches.

Examples of flexible automation include robotic arms that can be reprogrammed to do a variety of tasks like drilling, welding, spray painting etc.

Advantages of Flexible Automation are:

• No time is lost while changes are made.

• Easier to adapt to changes in product.

• It is faster than programmable automation as no time is past in making the changes.

Limitations of Flexible automation are:


Pump Automation control systems provide real-time control and protection of your centrifugal pumps while also providing valuable process insight. By protecting against unplanned pump failure due to process upsets, we can keep your process running longer and eliminate unplanned repair activities. By Right-Sizing your pumps to your system, we can reduce not only your energy consumption but the wear and tear on your process system.

Automation of pumps will give oil companies accurate data on sales and control over any adulteration. The petrol pump is one of the next scenes for automation in India. In a move to curb fuel adulteration and to face the competition from the private sector, the state-owned oil marketing companies are implementing an end-to-end automation of the fuel delivery network.

The automation covers various aspects of the outlets, including level gauges in underground tanks and gauges to check quality parameters of the fuel. Every time fuel is dispensed, a bill, giving details of the date, time, quantity of the purchase, the pump and the attendant who delivered the product, will be generated automatically. Automation of pumps will give oil companies accurate data on sales and control over any adulteration, which might happen at the retail end. These benefits will also flow to the customer.

Some of the pumping applications that are typically automated include:



A home automation system combines hardware and software via a wireless network to control your home electronics and appliances through one device which could be a Smartphone, tablet, or a specific central automation control hub system. These devices can be controlled remotely even when you're not at home. Some of these work via apps, others with a voice assistant like Alexa, or Siri, and others through the main automation hub itself. There are many things that can be controlled by a home automation system and we look at a few of these below.

Types of Home Automation

Home automation options are growing by the day, and just a few of the types of devices that can be operated via a home automation controller are:

Appliances: You can work your oven, vacuum cleaner, fan, fireplace, and air conditioning units—to name a few—via your phone.

Doors:See who is at the door, talk to them through an intercom, or open the door without getting up from the couch..

Garage: Open your garage door or gate before you've even turned the corner into your road.

Blinds:Operate the blinds remotely, even when you're not at home.

Watering systems: Make sure your lawn stays freshly watered no matter if you're home or away.

House alarm: See and record any activity in and around your house, all through your home automation system.

Lights:Switch your lights on or off, or dim them at a whim via your smart device.

Thermostat: Control the temperature of your home at all times via a smart thermostat.

Energy savers: Monitor the electricity used by each device throughout the house, locate and eliminate the energy drainers, and save money in the process.


Factory automation is the implementation of technology and systems to automate a manufacturing process with the ultimate goal of increasing productivity and reducing costs. The level of automation may be anything from single operation automations to end-to-end automation where there is no human involvement. Factory automation can be implemented at any point in the manufacturing process from material quantity control, to production and assembly and finally to packaging and dispatch.


Minimal Automation: There may be a little automation in this, but on the whole the process is manual. Examples are quality inspection, manual product assembly etc. This relies on training, expertise and human judgments for the process.

Single automated machines: Use of single machines that are designed to automate a single repetitive process like inspection, cutting packaging etc. The parts may be manually inserted and positioned into the equipment.

Automated Production lines: Automated production lines typically combine material transfer on a conveyor system with a series of dedicated workstations each designed to fulfill a particular propose in the productions cycle. The sequence is fully defined and the level of operator involvement depends on the amount of automation. In a fully automated line operators are needed only for supervision, monitoring, adjustment and maintenance of the equipment.

Fully automated (end-to-end): The ultimate solution is the end-to-end automated factory where there are no operators and the factories can run 24 hours per day 365 days per year. These factories may even include self-adjustment and quality measurement of products.

Benefits of Factory Automation

Improved Productivity: One of the main drivers of factory automation must be improved productivity. The advantages of potential 24/7/365 production and streamlined processes cannot be underestimated.

Improved quality: Repeated tasks that are continually monitored and adjusted and reduced human error.

Improved Consistency: Similar to the improved quality, the repeatability of an automated process makes the results more predictable and reduces any variations that are related to different operators and other human factors.

Reduced Waste: Improved planning with automated production and the improved repeatability leads to reduced waste.

Safer Working Conditions: Automating dangerous processes and built-in shut-down coupled with less operator involvement leads to a safer working environment and considerable risk reduction.

Cost Saving: This is the main driver and is a combination of all the above. Increased productivity, reduced down-time, reduced training costs and elimination of accidents leads to significantly improved profitability after the initial outlay of automating the system.

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Bio Fuel Management Software

Bio oil Management Software

Oil Management Software for your Facility

What is Bio-Oil Management Software?

Bio-Oil Management Software is a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software that enables facilities engaged in producing plant-based fuels and Oil to implement sophisticated preventive maintenance scheduling, Inventory , Vendor,CRM, All types of Documents,The Reports and all detailed maintenance records of all equipment and assets. Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software is essential to eliminate equipment failures, lost productivity, and preserve profitability. The software manages exploration, extraction, and production costs, tracks revenue from deposits, monitors asset depreciation, and supports reporting for regulatory compliance.

Bio-Oil Production Facilities

Successful managers of Bio-Oil production facilities zealously protect plant equipment and assets with smart maintenance management. In fact, today over 50+ ethanol production plants use DIGITRAND Bio-Oil Management Software to ensure full-capacity productivity while keeping repair costs at an all-time low.Currently 27 Successful ethanol plants client is using DIGITRAND (CMMS) Software.

DIGITRAND Bio-Oil Management Software

DIGITRAND Softech pvt. ltd. Provides Bio-Oil Management Software to assist your organization to meet and exceed your maintenance management goals. Plant managers of ethanol (Natural oil) and soy biodiesel production facilities don’t just need to produce clean-burning, renewable fuels – they need to do so with a high degree of financial competence. In this industry there is no room for inefficient operators. DigiTrand Softech Pvt. Ltd. Develops customizes software as per our client’s requirements to serve with strategic benefits, as a Customized Software Application Development Company. We emphasize on quality of projects we undertake. We are into the field of making software.


FREE Bio-Oil Management SoftwareTrial

Isn’t it time your plant invested in advanced operating efficiency too? After all, DIGITRAND will happily set you up with a FREE 30-day trial of our Bio-OilManagement Software package just for the asking. In fact, we’ll provide you with full support right from our company headquarters here in Ranchi, Jharkhand. we understand exactly what Biofuels production plant operators need to rein in out-of-control maintenance expenses as well as unexpected repair costs. Give us a chance to show you how to squeeze more profitability from your biofuels production facility. Don’t wait! Contact us today!

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Bio-Oil Management Software

A good computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software will decrease spending and therefore also increase a plant’s profit margin.The software decreases spending in a few different ways. Computerized maintenance management system software can decrease machine downtime. When machines are down, part of production time is lost, which results in a plant losing money. The software tracks machine downtime which can help predict and prevent future downtime by displaying patterns. For example, a report might show that belts on certain machines are more likely to break when it is cold outside. Knowing that, the plant can stock up on belts during that time of year, or try and prevent them from breaking by increasing the temperature around the machine.
DIGITRAND bio-oil management software is not expensive. But, that’s not why so many cost-efficient operators use our Bio-Oil Management Software. The reason is because DIGITRAND Bio-Oil Management Software is an investment! For the great majority of ethanol production facility managers, the measurable benefits they’ve gained through increased productivity and reduced downtime make DIGITRAND bio-oil management software an essential ingredient in their profitability! They trust DIGITRAND to help make that happen! And, why not! DIGITRAND has been creating computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) for facilities and industry since 2008.

Add Value to Your DIGITRAND BIO-OIL Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) With Optional Advanced Modules!

One of the most important benefits of DIGITRAND BIO-OIL Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) is its assumption that your organization wants top-notch maintenance management software without unnecessary bills and whistles added merely to drive up the price point. Yet DIGITRAND recognizes that every organization has different priorities and processes. That’s why we offer a compelling array of optional add-ons, extensions and modules – and even optional customizations – to enhance your maintenance management capabilities.
Within DIGITRAND, both our Lite and Pro versions already bring substantial Computerized Maintenance Management Software performance power that by themselves are more than many organizations need. For others however, having advanced capacity in certain contexts is critical to maintain existing efficiencies and practices. While extensions and modules differ between our Lite and Pro versions, please take a look at what DIGITRAND Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) can offer:

DIGITRAND Advanced Modules (Optional)

1. DIGITRAND BIO-OIL MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE-Use with smartphones and tablets.

DIGITRAND has the best smart phones and tablets (CMMS) solution there is.
Now you can use our BIO-OIL Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) Software on your smartphones and Tablets easily! CMMS, of course, stands for Computerized Maintenance Management Software. Many successful maintenance management professionals are very familiar with CMMS and CMMS Software.
DIGITRAND has the most comprehensive BIO-OIL Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) Software package available anywhere in BIHAR, WEST BENGAL AND UP. And we are soon bringing Bio fuel software all over the world.DIGITRAND Bio-oil CMMS provides professional maintenance managers with a transformative advantage in their quest to preserve productivity, profitability, and workplace safety which is you can easily handle with your Smartphone and Tablets anywhere and everytime. Call DIGITRAND today at +917677455962 to get more information.


Imagine! During a routine inspection, a member of the maintenance staff finds a leak seeping hydraulic fluid. Does the leak deserve immediate attention? The staff member opens DIGITRAND Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) directly from his smartphone or tablets for a Work Order and then snaps a picture. With just a few more taps the picture is attached to the Work Order and it’s on its way to the appropriate supervisor for evaluation. Imagine? Don’t bother! Today such a scene is reality with Smart phone and Tablets.

1. With your Smartphone and Tablets capability your authorized maintenance staffs has:


DIGITRAND CMMS Inventory Module is a very Essential Inventory Management.
Organizations that are serious about cost control and departmental efficiency know that spare part stockrooms are exactly where the largest leaks in the bottom line can occur. DIGITRAND Inventory Module can solve this problem.

DIGITRAND Inventory Module ensures:

Parts “availability” counts will always be accurate. This encourages trust by maintenance personnel that the part they need will be there when required.
Real time parts management translates to laser accurate establishment of maximum and minimum stock levels and reorder points and removal of unused parts.
A continual availability of up-to-date inventory status reports, including both pre-defined and custom reports.

Optimize Your CMMS with the Inventory

Adding the Inventory to your CMMS will immediately reduce operational costs by identifying waste and maintaining lean inventory levels. Plus, our Inventory will establish smart reorder points so you.
Always have the correct parts and hardware on hand when required.
From a technical standpoint, here are just some of DIGITRAND Inventory capabilities:


DIGITRAND Smart Maintenance: Track and Optimize Operational Readiness

DIGITRAND Advanced Maintenance Module enables your CMMS to drill down into your maintenance management process to uncover unsurpassed detail and enable complete optimization of personnel and material. A modern maintenance manager wants to deploy a CMMS package that reinforces the efficient use of the organizational resources by tracking every detail of operational readiness. DIGITRAND CMMS with the Advanced Maintenance Module allows smart maintenance management to evaluate, plan, and control to a degree never before possible.
Many organizations contract out preventive maintenance and other maintenance tasks. A lot of times, it makes economic sense to contract out preventive maintenance and replace and repair recommendations to third-party experts.
Maintenance service professionals who supply preventive maintenance services to facilities and industry many times use a professional CMMS to manage equipment and inventory operated by their clients. Supplying maintenance management for customer organizations naturally requires an efficient and accurate billing system. Similarly, many facilities and industries require their in-house maintenance staff to track and “invoice” internal departments for labour time and parts provided to that accounting entity.

Use our DIGITRAND BIO-OIL MANAGEMENT CMMS with the optional Service module, you can now:

DIGITRAND Interface – Find out more today! For complete information about this module, contact DIGITRAND today? Just call +91-7677455962 or Email us!

NOTE: Module features may differ for PRO and LITE versions of DIGITRAND CMMS.

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