Smart PMS Scenarios

Last Updated on : 2023-02-01 03:32:47download

Smart Production Management System (Smart PMS) applies to core scenarios, such as materials, bills of materials (BOM), work orders, scheduling, surface-mount technology (SMT), testing, label printing, warehousing, and traceability.


A dashboard shows multiple production indicators in real time, such as output, first pass yield, utilization rate, rejection rate, task progress, and plan completion rate. Therefore, production managers can make informed decisions.

Production management

Industrial production management covers work orders, production tasks, scheduling, materials, BOM, substitute materials, and label printing.

  • Material management: Materials are necessary raw materials for manufacturing enterprises. They are generally divided into finished products, semi-finished products, raw materials, and auxiliary materials. Enterprises have their own material coding rules, on which production flows are implemented. Therefore, achieving unified and standardized material management is an important prerequisite for digital management. Material management is targeted at materials, BOM, and substitute materials.
  • BOM management: BOM refers to the product portfolios produced by the manufacturing enterprises and all the materials involved. Usually, a BOM is available for each finished or semi-finished product. Raw materials of BOM consist of SMT, plug-in, PCB, and other types. Currently, Tuya supports maintaining BOM of SMT type.
  • Work order: An important production management tool in the factory. Generally, production is circulated through work orders. You can create production work orders and manage their entire lifecycle.
  • Scheduling: Scheduling refers to issuing specific production tasks, matching requirements with resources, and formulating production plans. The planner can schedule the work orders.

Warehouse management

A warehouse is an important unit of material management in a digitalized factory. You can manage the picking lists, inbound and outbound inventory, transfer, and stock queries. Thereby, the factory gets an accurate counting of the warehouse inventory. All of the real-time inventory data uncover valuable insights into the on-hand inventory and flow directions to support strategic and tactical production and procurement decisions.

Quality management

Quality management includes fault entry, closing, and statistics, as well as product traceability. Faults are a common problem in the production process of the factory. The factory needs to define its own common fault types and enter them into the Smart PMS, facilitating fault statistics and tracing of defective products. By keeping a history of the faults, the factory can better trace the quality, prevent defective products from entering the subsequent process, and achieve effective quality control.

Energy consumption management

Energy consumption management applies to water, electricity, gas, pressure, cooling, and other energy types during industrial production. This allows you to integrate energy statistics into production data and manage them in one place. Thus, production tasks can be finished with minimum energy consumption.