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[hemmerling] Manufacturing Execution Systems ( MES ) 3/5 - Norms & Design

Important Documents for Sales & Marketing of a MES

  1. Document “User Requirements Specification ( URS )”, created by the customer
  2. Document “Questionaire”, created by the customer.
  3. Slides “Vendor presentation”, created by the MES vendor.
  4. Document “Proof of Concept”, created by the MES vendor by special customer request.
  5. Concept for a “multi-site MES template”.

Norms

CFR - Code of Federal Regulations Title 21

DIN EN ISO 50001 ( formerly: DIN EN 16001 ) - Energy Management

EEMUA Publications

EU Regulation EC/178/2002

Good Automated Manufacturing Practice ( GAMP ) / Good Manufacturing Practice ( GMP ) / Current Good Manufacturing Practices ( cGMP )

ISA

IEC 62264 & ANSI/ISA-95 / ISA-95 / SP95 / S95 & ANSI/ISA-88 / ISA-88

Special Norms for Discrete Processes ( with Focus on Machines in a Packing Line )

Make2Pack
  • make2pack.org - “Part 5 of the ISA-88 series of standards adds measurable business value by integrating manufacturing, packaging and enterprise information systems through international standards instead of custom programmiing”.
PackML, PackTags
PackConnect, PackSoft, PackAdvantage, PackLearn

Key Performance Indicators

ISO/DIS 22400

VDMA-Einheitsblatt 66412

Resources

MESA Models

The MESA Model, 1997

  • MESA White Paper #06 “MES Explained: A High Level Vision for Executives”, 1997.
The MESA Guidelines
  1. Resource management.
  2. Detailed production planning and job disposition.
  3. Materials management.
  4. Document management.
  5. Data acquisition.
  6. Job management.
  7. Quality management.
  8. Process management.
  9. Maintenance management.
  10. Product tracking.
  11. Performance analysis.
Resources

Collaborative MES ( c-MES ), 2004

  • MESA Whilte Paper #08 “MESA's Next Generation Collaborative MES Mdoel”, 2004.

MESA KPI Metrics & MESA Framework

The new MESA Model, 2008

Free White Paper

Resources

Microsoft "Reference Architecture Framework for Discrete Manufacturing" ( DiRA )

NAMUR Recommendation NA 33, NA 46, NA 94, NA 110, NE 141

NAMUR

NAMUR Recommendation NE 033 - Requirements to be met by Systems for Recipe-Based Operations

NAMUR Recommendation NA 046 - Examples of Recipe-Based Operations to NE 33

NAMUR Recommendation NA 094 - Functions and Examples of Operations Control Level Solutions

NAMUR Recommendation NA 110 - Benefits, Design and Application of MES

NAMUR Recommendation NE 141 - Interface between Batch and MES Systems

Supply-chain Operations Reference ( SCOR Model )

Verband der Automobilindustrie e. V. ( VDA )

VDI 5600 - Manufacturing Execution Systems MES

Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V. ( ZVEI )

Some ( other ) Norms about Industrial Data & Industrial Data Exchange

Resources

Design

Costs of a MES system

  1. Costs for consulting prior a roll-out.
  2. Purchase costs, costs of licenses.
  3. Implementation costs
  4. Roll-out costs.
  5. Operational costs.

Customer Benefits of a MES system

  1. Integrated data transparency.
  2. Reduction of required time.
  3. Reduction of required administration.
  4. Improvement of the customer services.
  5. Quality improvement.
  6. Early warning system, real time cost control.
  7. Increase of the staff productivity.
  8. Legal compliance.

Software Design Approaches

  1. Application centric systems.
  2. Database centric systems.
    • Prefer systems which have no interfaces between the MES components, but which have a single data base ( pool, German “Datenbasis” ).

Manufacturing Model, to be designed within a MES software

  • You can either create one of the models, or both, within your MES software ( Be shure to ask the MES vendor how to do this with the MES tool, or what other model you can design! ):
    1. Physical model.
    2. Model according to ISA.

Manufacturing Processes to be handled by a MES software

  1. Manufacturing Flow Design.
  2. Manufacturing Flow Planning.
  3. Manufacturing Flow Execution.

The functional Structure of a MES

Mathematical Technologies

Software Design Languages

Business To Manufacturing Markup Language ( B2MML ) & Batch Markup Language ( BatchML )

Chemical Industry Data Exchange ( CIDX )

Spezi-MES / MES-Modeling Language ( MES-ML ) - A domain-specific graphical Description Language

3-Model Structure of a MES Specification

  1. Functional Model.
  2. Production Process Model.
  3. Technical System Model.

People

Resources

Open Application Group Integration Specification ( OAGIS )

Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards ( OASIS )

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