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Smart Factory Integration - MES Interfaces

Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) are logically located between ERP systems and lower-level controls or process control systems. You have to react in real time to events from the manufacturing processes or answer inquiries from machines. In electronics production, process interlocking plays a major role in order to always apply the correct processes to the products despite the high variability.

For many, especially safety-relevant, assemblies, all installed components and process parameters must be recorded comprehensively and safely. After all, every paver has a great interest in low downtimes and low maintenance costs. This can be optimized through OEE analyzes and predictive maintenance procedures

We design and program interfaces between MES, machines, ERP and warehouse applications in electronics manufacturing. Commissioning worldwide on site or via remote maintenance as well as employee training complete the offer. We have extensive experience from countless projects with customers of various industries and company sizes. If you would like a quote for your specific solution, please send us a specification.

Smart Factory Integration - Material logistics

Material management systems are highly networked with other systems:

  • ERP system
  • Warehouse management
  • Paternoster and storage cupboards
  • Manufacturing equipment
  • Automated Guided Vehicles - Automatic transport systems

In these integration projects we can bring in our deep understanding of the manufacturing processes in electronics manufacturing. We know what demands our customers place on their logistics.

LED Binning

Depending on the production process, light-emitting diodes have different brightnesses and color temperatures. After production, the LEDs are divided into different classes and sorted. This is called binning. In order to achieve uniform LED brightness through production orders, LEDs are combined with binning-dependent series resistors when assembling electronic assemblies. This makes it necessary to create and manage variants of otherwise identical order lists.

We offer you customer-specific solutions on how you can quickly and safely produce the right variants in your plant.

Problem Solver

Customer-specific, efficiency-increasing, close to production - this is how you can accurately describe our projects that make our customers' daily work easier. No matter if during planning, production or analysis.

Describe your problem to us - we will develop the solution together.