MES Migration: An Absolute Need or a Utopia?
25 Oct 2012
In an article published in the Future Fab International e-Magazine, issue 43, Francisco Almada-Lobo and Jeff Peabody, CEO and VP Sales of Business Development of Critical Manufacturing, explore the different concepts and strategies about the migration of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) in Semiconductor production facilities.
“Semiconductor manufacturers are amongst the earlier adopters of MES systems. Once vital to maintain the competitiveness of their operations, these applications are getting obsolete and the need to circumvent their limitations causes significant cost, time and risk and will sooner or later impact these companies’ business. This article describes the limitations of legacy MES and the main aspects to consider in a migration project.”
The full article can be downloaded in the documents section of Critical Manufacturing’s website, upon registration.
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