Presentation on theme: "Steps in Enterprise Automation / Optimization"— Presentation transcript:
1 Steps in Enterprise Automation / Optimization Sales planning, (rough) capacity planning, availability planningEnterprise Resource Planning,Advanced Planning System(ERP, APS)Horizontal and vertical integration (interfaces to ERP and PCS systems)Material flow managementProcess / laboratory data acquisition and administration (LIMS, PIMS)Data analysis/process management (data mining, key performance indicators, Performance monitoring, alarm analysis)Training simulatorsAsset management (preventive maintenance devices / process diagnosis)Production planning (of campaign, space and personnel deployment; production fine planning)Manufacturing execution (electronic batch recording, recipe administration, order accounting, tracing of batches/materials)Manufacturing Execution Systems(MES)Control systems (PLS, SPS, safety-related systems; recipe control, Start-up / shut-down recipes, load alternation, material flow control)Process optimization (control optimization, advanced control)E-technology & measurement and control technology (sensors, actuators, buses, concepts for power supply and distribution, redundancy concepts, MCC, etc.)Process analysis technniquesProcess Control SystemsElectrical & InstrumentationLogistics controlLogistics administrationProcess
2 Manufacturing Execution System Offline analysis (lab.) SystemsSAP: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)APOAdvanced Plannerand OptimizerWMWarehouseManagementMMMaterialManagementQMQualityManagementPP-PIProduction Planning Process IndustryPMPlant MaintenanceExchange of informationLaboratoryautomation(LIMS)Technicallogistics(MIMS)Manufact.prep.(control status)Manufact.execution(batch)Manufact.dataevaluationAsset managemt.Perform.monitoringAdvancedProcess ControlManufacturing Execution SystemControl systemProcesscontrolSensors, actuatorsPAT onlineOffline analysis (lab.)Feed logisticsPlant - Operation - Process - LaboratoryProduct logistics
3 PMT Investment and Assembly Share 23% of Total Plant Investment 1% Supply Chain and Logistics3% MES Systems3% Control systems3% ElectroengineeringTotal costs of plant100 %3% Final control equipment8% classical sensors2% Process analysis systemsMean value of15 assessed projectsPeriod:
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