MES - Central Infrastructure Element of the Smart Factory
Dr. Jochen Schlick explains the content of the seminar
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WHAT IT IS ABOUT:
A Manufacturing Execution System (MES) is a fundamental component of a Smart Factory and often simplifies its implementation considerably. It lowers the system complexity, brings order to the mostly historically grown data and is easier to administrate than a collection of individual software or even Excel tables with macros. However, the specification of the requirements for an MES and the selection of providers are often a major challenge, as it is usually located in the "no man's land" between IT, operations and industrial engineering and the relevance for the company result is unclear.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
In this one-day seminar, you will learn what the typical functions of an MES are and how they can be used to easily implement central applications of a smart factory. Learn how to set up a structured selection process for MES providers and what steps are necessary to be able to compare the offers of the different manufacturers and to create transparency. Find out how you can justify the investment in IT operating costs and process optimization with the Smart Factory Use Cases.
Main areas of application, typical system and function modules as well as differentiation from ERP
CENTRAL USE CASES
Relevant smart factory applications that can be supported with an MES
Definition of requirements and prerequisites for using MES
Steps and procedural model of the MES selection process
DOS & DON‘TS
Central obstacles and success factors in operational implementation
Executives of the upper management level, management / owner, head of production, head of IT
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