Industry 4.0: Synchronization of decentrally and centrally collected data – in future with MES only In the meantime, MES (Manufacturing Execution System) is considered to be the basic relevant tool to meet the challenges of Industry 4.0. As a central, principally structuring and synchronizing element in a decentralized system, MES is of elementary importance.
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They are only used at the end of the production chain and are nevertheless elemental: Efficient loading solutions and functional transportation logistics can significantly increase the production success. As part of their MES solutions (Manufacturing Execution System), the granIT software developpers have designed an attractive solution method using computer geometry and operations research– and this […]
The WEINMANN Treff will take place at November 7 and November 8 2019 – granIT will take part (again) – what about you?
Wolfgang Bock, CEO at granIT, talks about the creative use of MES, about clients’ fear of the unknown, about real benefits and improvements in the production sequence and about the limits of MES.
Where and how work MES solutions? Without Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) there is no Industrie 4.0 and IoT possible. If, today and in future, an effective automated production is required, there is no getting around MES – with no ifs or buts.
Transparency, networking, flexibility: Manufacturing Execution System (MES) is a perfect tool for the consequent development and upgrading of Industrie 4.0! It is already apparent that the industrial future is no longer possible without MES.
Industry 4.0 – The future starts now. To achieve the highest possible efficiency of automated processes, a seamless controlling and monitoring is fundamental. To attain this target, we provide from now on the new Webinterface, which is available for all installed versions of the production control system.