Modular MES and multi-site implementations in MedTech
What is the right MES for MedTech digital transformation? Looking at the structure of manufacturing in MedTech—normally multi-site, multi-plant with complex supply chains, it is not a simple answer. How does one implement an MES across multiple manufacturing plants, separated not just geographically but perhaps by operational style, IT infrastructure, work culture, and process technology?
MES and Additive Manufacturing
While 3-D printing or additive manufacturing has vast potential in reducing lead times for discrete and customized manufactured products/parts, it is vital that the MES being used to usher in the technology is ready for the changes which will occur across the value chain, in order to ensure that the true potential of the technology and other Industry 4.0 technologies being used in tandem are realized.
MES & its role in organizational learning
If you have the right MES application deployed, the speed of your digitalization efforts does not need to be subject to your employee’s skill development; it can be done simultaneously and organically to deliver the best results. Having the right MES will help your organization harness your specific and unique organizational knowledge, and develop a new stream of knowledge.
Critical Manufacturing Scores Highest in 3 out of 4 Use Cases in 2021 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Manufacturing Execution Systems
The Critical Manufacturing MES received the highest score of the 19 vendors included in the research. This recognition comes only weeks after Gartner placed Critical Manufacturing as a Leader in the 2021 Magic Quadrant for MES.
Glaub Automation & Engineering GmbH and Critical Manufacturing enter into partnership to further advance Industry 4.0 in electronics manufacturing
Glaub Automation & Engineering GmbH, an expert in the field of automation and industrial software services is pleased to announce it has become Critical Manufacturing’s newest Services and Referral Partner.