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MES Software San Francisco

MES Software San Francisco

MES Software San Francisco

What is MES software?

The MES (Manufacturing Execution System) software is a production control software. It is a system for executing, managing and monitoring the production in progress in the workshop.
Its role is to supervise machines and operators by providing complete traceability of manufacturing information.

The MES software follows the « Know, Analyse and Improve » scheme, common to all continuous improvement initiatives.

The term MES was created by the M.E.S.A and formalised in the ISA95 standard, through 11 key functions that a solution must address.

The MES software creates the missing digital link between the ERP and the workshop.
It is at the heart of the Industry 4.0 revolution.

The MES software links the ERP and the workshop

The orchestra conductor of your workshop

Interfaced with all connected production means, the MES guides the workshop activities and reacts instantly. It is the central point for all execution data.

It is responsible for transmitting the right information at the right time, both to men (work instructions, requested traceability, progress of OFs, etc.) and to machines (start/stop, machining parameters, part status, etc.)..

Also, by capitalising all production data in real time, the MES gives a view of the OFs’ outstanding amounts and yields. With a granularity of around one minute, the MES software is the perfect complement to the ERP.

As you will have understood, the MES is a powerful tool for piloting, managing and analysing production. It immediately provides each of the players in the process with the information they are waiting for.

Discover the benefits of the MES for your profession

MES and Industry 4.0

At the heart of Industry 4.0, MES offers multi-source and multi-media interconnectivity, a necessary basis for the digitalisation of manufacturing processes.

Through this fourth industrial revolution, IoT (Internet of Things), 3D printers and augmented reality glasses are becoming new industrial equipment rather than simple research projects.

In conclusion, the MES contributes to the digital transformation of factories by providing them with greater agility in their production. Hence the term Smart Manufacturing: the intelligent, connected production plant where data circulates without limits.

Learn more about MES Software :

The 11 functions of an MES
The MES for whom?

Infodream is an editor-integrator of MES (Manufacturing Execution System) software for all industries in San Francisco.
An expert in industrial process control, Infodream develops the Qualaxy Suite, an innovative software suite for quality and productivity in industry.

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