Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a quality method to supervise if a process is in state of control and whether it can produce units within given tolerances.
The SPC application enables the user to define and monitor control cards. These control cards include visual diagrams that can track shop floor processes in real-time and help to continually improve the process
and operational excellence.
SPC uses the plant data to for quality analysis and improvements that support to prevent problems from occurring. The control cards consist of up to three control charts, also known as Shewhart charts or process behavior charts. The control charts are the actual statistical process control methods performing the SPC calculation and visualization. Typically, control charts are used for data in the form of product or process measurements that are obtained in real-time during production.