After Jan completed his presentation, several questions were raised that are shared. We hope this information is helpful with your decision process to pick the right MES that is based your unique business requirements.
iBASEt announced today a contract agreement with aerospace company Lockheed Martin. The company has chosen iBASEt’s digital manufacturing suite as its next-generation (MES) for its Aeronautics division, which designs and manufactures military aircraft.
Complex discrete MES is unlike any other. There is no substitute for the domain knowledge that is provided by the complexity of the products engineered for an MES of this type. This comparison becomes quickly apparent for many.
In the world of medical device manufacturing, mistakes on the plant floor can have dire consequences. That’s why meeting FDA requirements such as 21 CFR Part 820, 21 CFR Part 11 and ISO 13485 are so critical.
Selecting a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) is an intimidating task, especially if it means your reputation is on the line. With impending project proposals and a need to compete in today’s competitive manufacturing industry, your company can’t afford to make the wrong decision.
iBASEt announced today that they will host an educational webinar on March 8, 2016, to help complex discrete manufacturers navigate through their Manufacturing Execution System (MES) selection process.
Digital manufacturing strategies are gaining ground as manufacturers adopt big data and analytics to improve operational effectiveness, time-to-market, new product development and increase product quality and reliability.
Sure, you have a lean shop and your personnel can quickly access their tools, but after that shop is lean and they are still spending time not working on product, then you are suffering from one of the top five killers of cycle time.