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Manufacturing Execution Systems. Why MES?. Missing link between PCS and corporate systems (typically ERP) PCS attached to devices on factory floor Often proprietary technologies Export data as text Often left unconnected Or managed by specialists (non-IT) Critical systems (eg: BGE)

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why mes
Why MES?
  • Missing link between PCS and corporate systems (typically ERP)
  • PCS attached to devices on factory floor
    • Often proprietary technologies
    • Export data as text
    • Often left unconnected
    • Or managed by specialists (non-IT)
    • Critical systems (eg: BGE)
    • Requirement for compliance
  • ERP does not finish where PCS begins
  • Invoke different competences
slide3
Who?
  • A different set of vendors
  • Specialising in manufacturing systems (ex-CIM vendors) – eg: Camstar
  • Different philosophy
    • Attention to local differences
    • Used to dealing with production managers
    • More of a “front end” system
    • Market still relatively under-equipped (unlike ERP)
insite enterprise applications

LIVEALERT

LIVESYNC

LIVEVIEW

LIVECONNECT

LIVERELAY

InSite Enterprise Applications

COLLABORATION LEVEL

Other

System

SITE LEVEL

PLANT A

PLANT B

PLANT C

insite total solution
InSite Total Solution

Enterprise Integration (Camstar’s LiveConnect)

Plant 1

Plant 2

Paperless

DHR/EBR

CAPA

Paperless

DHR/EBR

CAPA

Global Manufacturing Data

Supplier Quality

Training

Supplier Quality

Training

Electronic Signature

RMA

Electronic Signature

RMA

Production

Production

Maintenance &Calibration

Document

Control

SPC

Maintenance &Calibration

Document

Control

SPC

EnterpriseBusiness Intelligence

(Camstar’s LiveView and LiveAlert)

>Reporting

> Alerts

> Dashboard

> Corporate Portal

workflow modeling
Workflow Modeling

A workflow consists of multiple process steps, each of which references a specification or …

… another workflow which consists of its own steps

slide7
InSite XML Connect
    • Publishes XML documents from any transaction
    • Processes all inbound transactions from XML
  • Business Process Integration (BPI) Center
    • Based on Microsoft's BizTalk Server EAI framework
    • Business logic and process flows
    • Best practices for data integration between the InSite and ERP applications
  • ERP Application Adapter
    • Transforms and processes inbound transactions to ERP
    • Produces and transforms outbound transactions from ERP
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ERP

Planning

Finished Goods

Mfg Order, Material List

Raw Materials

WIP Quantity

Change

WIP Move

WIP Completions

WIP Starts

WIP

InSite and ERP Processing Touch Points

liverelay summary
LiveRelay Summary

Plant A

Ship units

Plant B

Receive units

liverelay process
LiveRelay Process

Plant A

Plant B

Ship units to Plant B

Start units from Plant A

Send XML with units

Receive XML and units

Routing Server

Execute Instructions

Reply Instructions

Deliver XML Documents

typical multi site processes

Plant A

Plant B

Typical Multi-Site Processes
  • Plants have same capability
  • Utilize capacity when needed
  • Information from each plant transferred and returned with units
typical multi site processes12

Plant A

Plant B

Plant C

Typical Multi-Site Processes
  • Plants have specialized capability
  • Units are transferred to multiple plants sequentially
  • Information from all preceding plants stays with units
typical multi site processes13

Plant A

Plant C

Sub Contractor

Typical Multi-Site Processes
  • Units are transferred to a sub contractor, then continue at new plant
  • Information from all preceding plants stays with units if sub contractor using InSite
conclusion on mes
Conclusion on MES
  • At present only manufacturing sites
  • No critical mass in the market
  • Not really competitors of ERP vendors but have power to change the market
  • No notion of a single instance anywhere
  • Maintains local power but provide powerful linkages