Modeling and integrating MES with other systems is challenging enough when your factory manufactures one type of product with similar flows. But what if your MES implementation includes a variety of manufacturing modes, product types, volumes, and varying degrees of automation? What if your industry is regulated? What if your task is to implement all this variety in a single MES instance?
Ultradent is currently implementing MES, beginning with Electronic Batch Record across a variety of production lines in their Utah manufacturing location.
Join this webinar to hear Craig Pinegar discuss the challenges of selecting and implementing MES in an extremely vertically-integrated MedTech environment, including:
IIoT accelerates and sustains process improvements that drive better, faster, and more cost-effective decisions. Improving KPIs that drive operational efficiency and business value is critical to achieving competitive advantage, in any industry. As companies upskill their workforces to execute on data-driven decisions, they are poised to deploy an IIoT strategy that will create a next generation decision support capability across the enterprise to:
Attend this webinar to help you answer some important questions:
Digital transformation is achievable by any business, of any size, in any industry. With the Fourth Industrial Revolution in full swing, a clear roadmap leading businesses towards digital transformation is important. By breaking down each step which a company can take to make the most out of Industry 4.0 advances, anyone can benefit from emergent technologies, new philosophies and developing best practice.
In this webinar, Martin Kelman shares insights on the steps to digital transformation that any business should be taking, including:
People are still talking about digitizing their manufacturing floor and deciding if they should invest or not.
In this webinar, Paul has some key messages for attendees:
Attend this webinar to learn how Medtronic, a global pure play medical device manufacturer is managing the transformation to Smart Digital Manufacturing across four business segments with highly diverse and complex environments ranging from high-mix/low-volume to high-volume/low-mix and highly labor intensive to highly automated operations.
At a time when the application of IoT in manufacturing environments is in full swing, and growing at a much higher rate than any other type of application, we can see the first signs that, with the currently available approaches, manufacturers will not achieve the expected returns. As the dust settles, the industrial world is realizing what other markets that have turned to analytics have realized long ago.
In this webinar, Francisco Almada Lobo, will share valuable insights on how to:
Only a combined platform will allow manufacturers to succeed in the Industry 4.0 competitive context.
Today factories are running through a transformation based around leveraging data from every smart tool to create “information-intensive” processes. This has far-reaching implications in the way manufacturing processes are run.
In this webinar, Lorenzo Veronesi, Research Manager for IDC Manufacturing Insights EMEA will deliver insights about: