5th July 2022 Content supplied by: Microgenetics
Identify EM Problem Areas With SmartControl’s Floorplan Visualisation Tool
Developed in line with feedback from quality professionals, SmartControl EM has been created to help users meet regulation, enhance data integrity and take better environmental monitoring decisions.
As part of your SmartControl subscription, you receive regular free updates to the environmental monitoring software, meaning you will always have access to the latest features.
One of the most popular features is the floorplan visualisation tool. This provides you with an overview into the state of your facility, with heat mapping of excursions so you can easily identify problem areas and solve issues as they are occurring.
How does it work?
Users simply upload an image of their floorplan to SmartControl EM, where the locations in which environmental monitoring is conducted can be added. To build a more accurate picture of the cleanroom environment, grades and breach limits for these locations can also be included.
When environmental monitoring data is then entered into SmartControl EM, this will be plotted on the floorplan. You will be able to easily see where in your facility excursions have occurred, and the heat map will highlight problem areas.
Benefits to your environmental monitoring
Perhaps the biggest benefit of the tool is allowing you to identify problem areas quickly and easily, rather than having to manually go through your data. Of course, when this process is manual, it is resource heavy and time consuming; by the time problem areas are identified, it may be too late to act accordingly.
In contrast, through using our floorplan tool, you can easily see where excursions have occurred throughout your facility and act immediately. Over time, you can build up a picture of where excursions are repeated – insight which could help you reduce the number of excursions in the long term.
Find out more about SmartControl EM today or use the Request Information button below.
Date Published: 5th July 2022
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