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The entire plant must have access to the data it needs at all times, from any area of the facility and beyond. Plus, anywhere in the enterprise might need access to accurate, timely, and in-context data from production.
This article addresses the cost of quality in the industry and the role played by the MES platform in helping reduce these costs.
Digitisation makes operations more efficient, reduce errors and frees up time. Going paperless is the way forward and the MES you choose may prove to be a game-changer.
Predictive quality can prevent possible defects and can help predict recalls by combining AI, advanced analytics, design, production, supply-chain, and field data.
Why the choice of your MES matters when it comes to meeting changing regulatory requirements and setting up a world-class QMS.
In a digitized CAPA management system, actions and alarms are triggered automatically, and containment action may begin almost immediately once an event is detected.
It is due to the self-actuating nature of DataOps in capturing, streamlining and enriching data that it is gaining popularity in the Regulated industry segments.
This distinction between industry segment needs is a primary reason that MES products are specialized by industry. Getting a MES/QMS system that captures the distinct processes, nomenclature, manufacturing modes and quality regulations is driven by industry-specific functionality. The selection of a specific vendor should include the focus, functionality and roadmap for that industry.
The Semiconductor Industry has been at the forefront of digitalization. Chips manufactured by the industry have enabled increased data storage, real- time data processing at the edge and the very manifestation of IIoT and AI in value chains worldwide. However, the automotive and medical device industries are outpacing semiconductor in terms of digitalization, with the semiconductor industry lagging behind.