Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
A Manufacturing Execution System (MES) focuses on the execution and control of production processes on the shop floor. It provides accurate and timely information to improve the efficiency, productivity, and quality of manufacturing processes to managers and workers. Plus, it can be integrated with other systems like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems to adapt and change with growing business needs.
Ensure efficiency and effectiveness of labor, materials, and equipment.
Support quality control with inspections, testing, and rework.
Improve maintenance activities by scheduling and tracking equipment downtime.
Data Collection & Analysis
Collect data from sensors and other sources to analyze production data for real-time feedback and production optimization
Trace inventory levels and track materials and products moving through the production flow.
Manage & Control
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The Manufacturing Execution System plays an important role in maintaining customer satisfaction and reducing recalls or rework by ensuring product quality and safety. This is accomplished by tracking and tracing products as they move through the manufacturing process. Such tracking is done through unique product identification numbers or barcodes and full traceability of products as they move through the manufacturing process. It even traces down to the specific machines and workers that work on the product. Tracking can also be used for identifying the movement of materials and components, the production process (assembly, testing, packaging, and shipping), quality issues, and compliance with regulatory requirements such as the FSMA and GDPR.
MOM vs. MES
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