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Data Collection

MES Starts With Data

Manufacturing today involves tremendous amounts of data and is driven by a constant quest for greater quality, increased efficiency, and improved performance.

Data is the true foundation of any Manufacturing Execution System (MES), and systematically collecting it gives today’s manufacturers power over processes that maximize potential and enable smart manufacturing environments.

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Empower Decision Makers

  • Centralize process and machine data
  • Eliminate disparate silos of information
  • Increase speed and accuracy
  • Eliminate manual efforts and errors
  • Make more information available in real time

Gather Comprehensive Information

  • Continuous process data
  • High-fidelity historical data
  • Discrete event data
  • Operator actions
  • Alarms & Events
  • Quality and Test Data
  • Equipment runtime and rates
  • Work order details
  • Inventories
  • Equipment and Material metadata
  • Inspection data
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Connect Every Element

  • IIoT - Devices
  • Big Data
  • Historians
  • Control Systems and SCADA
  • Relational Databases
  • Interface to other systems
  • Gather Data Directly From Assets
    • Machines and Process Equipment
    • Environmental and HVAC
    • Security (fire, cameras)
    • Energy Monitoring
    • Mobile Devices

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