For managing inventory and end-to-end traceability across permanent storage facilities, mobile storage units, or manufacturing machinery for raw materials, semi-finished goods, and completed goods, utilize AVEVA MES/Operations.
In order to manufacture high-quality goods at the lowest possible price, the AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System controls all inventory, production, and quality-related plant operations. It gathers and contextualizes all data relevant to the transformation of raw materials into finished items, offering organizations enterprise-wide, real-time visibility into plant operations. With such visibility, businesses can quickly track goods and trace ingredients and carry out data-driven continuous improvement. To unify best practices, KPIs, and reporting across multi-site operations, it offers a reusable, model-driven approach. It can also readily grow from edge to enterprise, reducing the time to value for operational excellence programmes.
With the AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System, industrial manufacturing facilities may digitize, standardize, optimize, and manage operational processes and job activities. It promotes operational flexibility and efficiency for firms to stay competitive while ensuring quality and compliance.
The AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System is the top option for manufacturing operations that involve repetitive work and fast-moving commodities because it dynamically synchronizes human and machine movements.
The AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System allows deployments across several sites and takes a model-driven approach to the standardization of operational data and best practices. Businesses may utilize it to drive productivity at scale and expedite time to value.
AVEVA MES Licensing
Three AVEVA enterprises make up AVEVA MES. Operations, Quality, and Performance based license for AVEVA MES.
English, German, French, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese are all fully supported languages for AVEVA MES.
Role of AVEVA MES
As a manufacturing operations maturity model, manufacturing operations transformation. With the productivity and process repeatability improvements that come with plant and equipment automation, all industrial manufacturing businesses have begun their transformation path.
Automation of plant equipment reduces the number of human tasks and increases physical throughput. Plant operations have advanced to the point where they use IT and software applications as the foundation for improvement methods including doing away with paper-based work instructions and data collecting.
The fourth industrial revolution and the new operational architecture are influencing what was once intended to replace paper and provide access to information in almost real time. Ideas like the “digital twin” and “work transformation” are increasingly being used as tools to increase operational efficiency and produce the plant-based business results that manufacturers need.
Managers and operators are better able to simplify order flow and production execution, follow the progression of products from raw materials to completed items, and assess yield, quality, resource usage, and asset management thanks to reliable, real-time production information. Also, as workflow software develops and the IIoT matures, both human and machine processes will become more effective. Achieve the goal of coordinated workflow across all activities and sites through improving workflow integration and modelling capabilities.
The AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System oversees both human and mechanical actions, monitors and traces materials and inventories, and supports ongoing data analysis and reporting as well as continuous improvement. It makes it possible to plan short-term output while having real-time access to plant resources and activities.
The effective execution of all planned work orders and jobs is achieved by the AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System, which synchronises human and mechanical processes. It upholds the predetermined order of process steps and work assignments that are assigned to manufacturing machinery or work cells. To manage the product recipe and production process information, including the order of operations, Bill of Materials (BOM), Equipment capability and setup specifications, Routings and flow of materials between operations, Labour certificates, and Data-capture requirements for each operation, the software uses a configurable and sustainable process model.
Use Wonderware MES/Operations to efficiently and dependably manage the conversion of raw resources into finished goods. Enforce goods are built to specifications, digitize and standardize work order execution procedures, and real-time record manufacturing execution and material flow data.
Use a scalable, adaptable manufacturing IT platform to identify best practises, standardise ERP integration and shop floor integration with the capacity to adapt to local demands, and integrate operational procedures across different facilities.
Standardize your operations now by adopting a workflow foundation for consistency, dependability, and standardization of your people, processes, and procedures using a model-driven approach. Process standardisation contributes to more reliable manufacturing outcomes. As a result, whether MES is implemented across many facilities or utilized as an enterprise standard, your central engineering organization is better equipped to create process models as starting points to lower your total cost of ownership.
By automating quality inspection and enforcing data gathering methods, AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System protects product quality and safety compliance.
By tracking, evaluating, and continually improving your overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and plant capacity utilization, you may decrease waste and losses and boost operational efficiency.
Integration with AVEVA System Platform
Native integration between AVEVA System Platform and AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System is offered. The AVEVA System Platform offers a method for integrating and connecting industrial machinery and control systems in an unbiased manner. Control system data streams are converted into consistent electronic records by manufacturing execution data collection and validation capabilities and stored in the AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System.
The data interaction between the manufacturing execution system and business applications is automated by AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System, another product from AVEVA Enterprise Integration.