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Meetings Specialization – Production

EDUCATIONAL MEETINGS OF: PRODUCTION
Participant profile: Production Directors/Managers; Maintenance Directors/Managers
Analysed IT solutions:
  • MES – Manufacturing Execution Systems
  • SCADA – Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition
  • CMMS – Computerised Maintenance Management Systems
  • APS – Advanced Planning System
MES class systems combine planning tools with industrial automation systems. Their role is to monitor production processes by data collection from machines in real-time, and processing them for the purposes of business and managerial analytics in the form of generated reports. They contribute to the growth in efficiency of a production company by coordinating resource use (tools, employees, machines, materials) and eliminating any and all delays. The systems schedule material flow within the company from the production line, through warehouses, loading, and means of transport. Direct integration of MES class systems with other software within the company, allows the managerial staff to monitor progress of order implementation by analysing visualized processes. Solutions record events in real time and are capable of controlling current work of employees in the production hall, who are responsible for the work of particular devices and machines.

Main benefits from the usage of MES class systems:
  • Optimization of production data recording time, time of data input and production preparation, as well as administrative works;
  • OEE indicators growth;
  • Reduction of manufacturing costs;
  • Improvement in the quality of products and customer service;
  • Reduction of reaction time to changes in customer needs;
  • Elimination of delays and downtimes;
  • Growth of production capacity.


The SCADA class systems provide a graphical representation of technological and production processes. They allow for permanent data presentation on terminals and monitors and archiving of information directly from production lines. SCADA systems are characterized by high communication possibilities with other industrial automation tools and systems and managerial analytics systems (such as e.g. regulators, recorders, PLCs, sensors, converters), as well as by the possibility of introducing continuous modification to the system. Regulation systems in technological processes can act independently of one another. Advanced reporting and alarm processes enable the identification of problems, breakdowns and downtimes. Visualization systems facilitate strategic decision-making and enable the prediction of their effects.

Main benefits from the usage of SCADA class systems:
  • Facilitation of quick decision-making on the basis of a user-friendly tool in the form of a graphic visualization;
  • Improvement in the quality of documentation created during the course of manufacturing;
  • Installation cost optimization through savings in the equipment quantity;
  • Automatic and continuous data archiving from automation industrial devices, production and technological processes.


CMMS class systems support maintenance operation services in the managing of the company's equipment, service documentation, and in planning machine and equipment maintenance. CMMS class solutions enable modelling of the facility structure of production halls and continuous supervision over its efficiency. The systems record the time of performing particular orders and failure occurrences. They also enable order management for materials and spare parts necessary for proper maintenance of machines.

Main benefits from the use of CMMS class systems:
  • The possibility of fast response to machine and industrial equipment automation failures;
  • Inventorying and archiving data on the company's assets;
  • Collection of data on inspection and machine maintenance dates;
  • Scheduling preventive works with regard to machines;
  • Archiving data on machine history and problems occurring during its use.


APS class systems enable performing advanced and operational activities based on orders and available materials, which in turn allows for savings in the production environment model, which considers the actual limitations of resources without the need to invest in machinery. The systems, upon request, generate data needed on resources needed for manufacturing and warn about the lack thereof. Due to the ability to eliminate unnecessary warehouse surpluses, an enterprise can become more flexible and accommodate the constantly changing customer needs. The system is especially recommended to these enterprises, which produce goods for specific orders. The production course in these companies often requires rapid changes in production scheduling often impossible to predict. An APS class solution will also prove useful in complicated production requiring several complex components. APS class systems go beyond the scope of MRPII systems, because their production plan calculations are not sequential, but multi-directional and simultaneous. They generate data from individual production stages, which enables a quick reaction to any possible delays or failures.

Main benefits from the use of APS class systems:
  • The possibility of daily and even hourly production scheduling;
  • A possibility of manual simulation of production required resources limitations;
  • Shortened production time;
  • Quick return on the investment due to correct decision-making on the basis of actual data from the production hall;
  • Production and distribution plan integration;
  • The possibility of order forecasting and predicting customer demands.
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Production – Upcoming Meetings:
26th September 2017
Registration Open
Conference in Katowice
28th September 2017
Registration Open
Conference in Trójmiasto
Production – Past Meetings:
22nd June 2017
Synergy Days 2017 – Wrocław, Block I
20th June 2017
Synergy Days 2017 – Chorzów, Block II
23rd May 2017
Conference in Poznań - Block I
27th April 2017
Virtual Trip in Łódź - Block I
20th April 2017
Conference in Cracow - Block I
09th March 2017
Conference in Wrocław - Block II
09th March 2017
Conference in Wrocław - Block I
16th February 2017
Conference in Rzeszów
15th December 2016
Conference in Katowice
14th December 2016
Conference in Rzeszów
23rd November 2016
Conference in Bydgoszcz
16th November 2016
Conference in Poznań
27th October 2016
Conference in Kraków - Block I
12th October 2016
Workshop in Chorzów
29th September 2016
Conference in Chorzów
28th September 2016
Conference in Wrocław
21st September 2016
Conference in Warszawa
16th June 2016
Synergy Days – Kraków, Block I
15th June 2016
Synergy Days – Warszawa, Block I
19th May 2016
Virtual Trip – Wrocław, Block I
17th May 2016
Conference in Kraków
14th April 2016
Conference in Łódź - Block II
10th March 2016
Conference in Kraków - Block I
09th March 2016
Workshop in Kraków
25th February 2016
Conference in Poznań - Block II
28th January 2016
Conference in Rzeszów - Block II
28th January 2016
Conference in Rzeszów - Block I
19th November 2015
Virtual Trip – Wrocław, Block III
19th November 2015
Virtual Trip – Wrocław, Block II
19th November 2015
Virtual Trip – Wrocław, Block I
28th October 2015
Virtual Trip – Katowice, Block III
20th October 2015
Conference in Warszawa
18th June 2015
Synergy Days – Day I, Block III
26th May 2015
Conference in Poznań
21st April 2015
Conference in Katowice
19th March 2015
Roadshow in Poznań
10th March 2015
Roadshow in Stalowa Wola
11th February 2015
Roadshow in Łódź
29th January 2015
Roadshow in Legnica
27th January 2015
Roadshow in Poznań
05th December 2014
Roadshow in Katowice
04th December 2014
Workshop in Katowice
27th November 2014
Roadshow in Wrocław
29th October 2014
Conference in Kraków
22nd October 2014
Conference in Wrocław
25th September 2014
Roadshow in Łódź
24th September 2014
Roadshow in Warszawa
09th September 2014
Roadshow in Wrocław
21st August 2014
Roadshow in Szczyrk
25th June 2014
Roadshow in Szczecin
17th June 2014
Roadshow in Kraków
12th June 2014
Roadshow in Poznań
11th June 2014
Roadshow in Bydgoszcz
29th May 2014
Roadshow in Warszawa
28th May 2014
Roadshow in Warszawa
27th May 2014
Conference in Katowice
15th May 2014
Conference in Gdańsk
14th May 2014
Roadshow in Wałbrzych
10th April 2014
Conference in Kraków
26th March 2014
Roadshow in Stalowa Wola
20th March 2014
Conference in Katowice
11th March 2014
Roadshow in Radom
20th February 2014
Conference in Poznań
30th January 2014
Roadshow in Rzeszów
22nd January 2014
Conference in Katowice
27th November 2013
Roadshow in Łódź
21st November 2013
Conference in Kraków
20th November 2013
Roadshow in Poznań
19th November 2013
Workshop in Poznań
15th November 2013
Roadshow in Leszno
17th October 2013
Conference in Wrocław
03rd October 2013
Roadshow in Kalisz
25th September 2013
Workshop in Wrocław
24th September 2013
Roadshow in Bielsko-Biała
17th September 2013
Roadshow in Olsztyn
12th September 2013
Roadshow in Bydgoszcz
26th June 2013
Roadshow in Bydgoszcz
12th June 2013
Roadshow in Rzeszów
11th June 2013
Conference in Katowice
28th May 2013
Roadshow in Łódź
24th May 2013
Roadshow in Gorzów Wlkp.
23rd May 2013
Roadshow in Tarnów
25th April 2013
Roadshow in Częstochowa
25th April 2013
Roadshow in Gdańsk
24th April 2013
Roadshow in Poznań
18th April 2013
Conference in Katowice
09th April 2013
Conference in Kraków
28th March 2013
Roadshow in Chorzów
21st March 2013
Roadshow in Opole
14th March 2013
Roadshow in Wrocław
14th March 2013
Workshop in Częstochowa
07th March 2013
Roadshow in Stalowa Wola
28th February 2013
Workshop in Kraków
07th February 2013
Roadshow in Szczecin
06th February 2013
Roadshow in Gorzów Wlkp.
16th January 2013
Workshop in Wrocław
24th October 2012
Conference in Katowice
17th October 2012
Roadshow in Opole
04th October 2012
Conference in Kraków
18th September 2012
Roadshow in Kielce
27th June 2012
Workshop in Poznań
21st June 2012
Roadshow in Łódź
20th June 2012
Roadshow in Katowice
31st May 2012
Conference in Poznań
26th April 2012
Conference in Wrocław
15th March 2012
Roadshow in Wałbrzych
27th October 2011
Conference in Katowice
06th October 2011
Conference in Kraków
07th October 2010
Conference in Katowice
22nd April 2010
Conference in Poznań
15th October 2009
Conference in Kraków
Production under Close Scrutiny
with MES MERZ
Jiri Merz
Jiri Merz
CEO
Merz s.r.o.
Czech Republic
MES Merz represents a complex solution for operation management, tracking, planning, and evaluation of production. The manufacturing execution system yields a perfect overview of current production status as well as production history, and represents a cost-competitive advantage in the form of distinctly higher production effectiveness. MES Merz is a strong helper in implementing lean and paperless manufacturing, following the principles of Industry 4.0.
MES Merz, that's all necessary production data online wherever, whenever. The MES Merz platform is designed to satisfy any specific needs of production in a particular industry, but it also covers all functionalities commonly required across all industries (reporting, KPI‘s of the OEE type, modules for data collection through various communication channels, etc.). This conception assures that customers only obtain the solution they truly need, always - the system is optimized within the required functionality for the size and swiftness of response. Read More »
Production Planning and Scheduling
with Delfoi Planner
Raimo Puro
Raimo Puro
CEO
Delfoi Oy
Finland
One of the benefits from this Finnish solution is rapid rescheduling of a complete manufacturing chain. The time spent in rescheduling is reduced from hours to minutes. You can, for example, choose when an order has to be ready and the scheduling software calculates automatically when a work stage has to begin at the latest.
Other benefits are easy integrability with ERP systems and fast implementation - it can be done very quickly and is cost effective. Experienced customers may roll-out the software with their own work force.
Delfoi Planner is easy to use, web-based, visual Production Scheduling solution with a shop floorr execution and data collection functionality.
With Delfoi Planner APS users are able to plan and schedule complex supply chains with multiple plants (multi-site planning) with ease. It's scalability makes it well suited also for small job shops. Our program is made for the users. It's user experience represent best-in-class. It is easy to use and reduces scheduling time from several hours to just few minutes. Read More »
Si5 The ERP system: ERP software
for manufacturing enterprises
Antonio Minutolo
Antonio Minutolo
Project Manager
Sorma S.p.a.
Italy
Sorma was founded in 1980 as a consulting company with the aim of combining two core concepts: organization and software with the scope of building a unique corporate project.<br />
The mission of Sorma is to realize informative system projects for national or international companies by using its Si5 ERP.

Sorma major asset is the strong commitment to find solutions to customer real problems, by putting into effect a solution of high standard, enforced with the greatest attention to give contribution towards organization. How? Through efficiency, and respect of the peculiarities of each business environment.

Sorma is also defined by the application of an operative methodology ensuring interventions on real corporate problems, by adapting to the customer, though maintaining the integrity and consistency of the product. Read More »
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