AVEVA™ Manufacturing Execution System – Performance 9-11 MAY 2023

AVEVA™ Manufacturing Execution System – Performance 9-11 MAY 2023

มกราคม 23, 2012

AVEVA™ Manufacturing Execution System – Performance (4 Days) 9-11 MAY 2023

Module 1 – Introduction


  • Section 1 – Course Introduction
    • This section describes the objectives of the course, intended audience, prerequisites, and the course agenda.
  • Section 2 – Manufacturing Execution System 2020 – Performance Overview
    • This section explains the fundamental concepts and architecture of Manufacturing Execution System Performance.
  • Section 3 – Manufacturing Execution System Performance Components
    • This section describes the functionality and components of the Manufacturing Execution System Performance architecture and provides an overview of the client application.
  • Section 4 – System Requirements and Licensing
    • This section describes the hardware recommendations, software requirements, and licensing for Manufacturing Execution System Performance.


Module 2 – Security and Manufacturing Execution System Client


  • Section 1 – Security
    • This section describes the security settings in MES Software, including security groups, users, group privileges, and security parameters.
  • Section 2 – Manufacturing Execution System Client
    • This section describes the interface of the MES Client.


Module 3 – Entities


  • Section 1 – Entities Overview
    • This section defines physical entities, how to define and configure them, and how to grant them user access.


Module 4 – Measuring Utilization


  • Section 1 – Utilization Overview
    • This section explains the Utilization components of MES.
  • Section 2 – Utilization States and Reasons
    • This section discusses utilization and how to define utilization states and reasons. It also explains utilization groups.
  • Section 3 – Performance Events and Operator Client
    • This section discusses how to use the Operator Client to add events, edit events, and split/merge events.


Module 5 – Measuring Performance and Quality


  • Section 1 – Performance and Quality Overview
    • This section discusses common required components for both Performance and Quality.
  • Section 2 – Items
    • This section provides an overview of items and discusses the Product Definition group, which you use to create and configure units of measure, items, and item classes. All the Product Definition group functions are discussed, including the reason codes and reason groups.
  • Section 3 – Shifts and Shift Schedules
    • This section provides an overview of shifts and shift schedules and explains how to create and configure them. It discusses after-hours reporting and parent entities and describes assigning shifts to the parent entity of a line.
  • Section 4 – Web Portal
    • This section describes the interface of the Web Portal.
  • Section 5 – Performance
    • This section discusses what OEE is, including Performance parameters and quality of goods produced.
  • Section 6 – Quality
    • This section discusses what Quality is, including Line Entity parameters.
  • Section 7 – Line Introduction
    • This section introduces lines, including the parameters required for performance and quality calculations common to single and multi-entity lines.
  • Section 8 – Work Orders
    • This section provides an overview of Work Orders, and how they relate to jobs. Discussions on Operations, Sequence Number, and Job Positions are included.


Module 6 – Multi-Entity Lines


  • Section 1 – Multi-Entity Lines
    • This section provides a discussion of series equipment, segments, and line and job positions. It also addresses additional parameters for multi-entity lines. These parameters include bottlenecks—automatic versus manual bottleneck modeling and Entity Enabled, production sources (bad and reject), and standard item for a line, including unit of measure conversions.
  • Section 2 – Parallel Equipment
    • This section discusses the features of parallel equipment. It covers split jobs, sequence numbers, the Start next sequence option, automatic determination of bottlenecks, reason priorities, and the bottleneck switch.


Module 7 – Automating MES Performance


  • Section 1 – Modeling Overview
    • This section provides an overview of manufacturing activity modeling and describes the production model for the simulated manufacturing plant used in this course.
  • Section 2 – Utilization Capability Object Overview
    • This section discusses the Utilization Capability Object (UCO) and explains its functionality and usage.
  • Section 3 – Operation Capability Object Overview
    • This section provides an overview of the production counters and their effect on OEE calculations.
  • Section 4 – Entity Model Builder
    • This section discusses the Entity Model Builder and explains how it is used.


Module 8 – Visualization


  • Section 1 – Visualization Overview Using InTouch and .NET Controls
    • This section describes some of the MES .NET client controls for MES Performance, as well as OMI. Included is the basic configuration and settings needed for the controls to function.


Module 9 – Reports


  • Section 1 – Intelligence Reports
    • This section discusses using MES Performance as a central downtime information repository and reporting tool.


Module 10 – Application Maintenance


  • Section 1 – Middleware Maintenance
    • This section discusses the tools that are used to configure middleware components.
  • Section 2 – Database Maintenance
    • This section discusses the mechanisms that are used to create, back up, and upgrade databases.
  • Section 3 – Data Archival, Purge, and Restore
    • This section designates the tool you should use to back up MES data.