Several challenges faced by the client in their internal transportation processes within the steel plant.
Firstly, the client is using locomotives and tarpedos to transport iron ore, molten steel, and finished products within the plant. However, they are unable to understand the exact location of these machines within the plant. This can make it difficult for the client to manage and optimize the movement of these machines.
Secondly, the load carrying capacity and ideal time of these machines are not being tracked. This means that the client may not be aware of how efficiently these machines are being used, and they may not be able to identify opportunities to improve their performance.
Thirdly, the client does not have a holistic view of the complete movements of these machines in a single screen. This can make it difficult to understand the overall flow of materials and products within the plant and can make it harder to identify bottlenecks or inefficiencies.
Finally, the client needs to manage the traffic of the locomotives as they travel on the track. This can be a complex task, especially if there are multiple machines travelling on the same track or if there are multiple tracks that need to be coordinated.
In summary, the client is facing several challenges in their internal transportation processes, including tracking the location and performance of their machines, understanding the overall flow of materials and products within the plant, and managing the traffic of the locomotives. Addressing these challenges will be important for optimizing the efficiency and effectiveness of the client’s internal transportation processes.