MPDV at Hannover Messe 2017
According to the topic of this year's Hannover Messe "Integrated Industry - Creating Value", interested manufacturing companies will learn about the benefits they can expect from Industry 4.0 and the related technologies at the MPDV booth (Hall 7, A12). The MES experts from MPDV show innovations of the market-proven Manufacturing Execution System (MES) HYDRA, which has been installed more than 1000 times. This includes both new functions for the acquisition of real-time data as well as improved methods for the processing, visualization and storage of production data.
Monitoring and controlling of complex assembly processes
One of the trade fair highlights is the new HYDRA Dynamic Manufacturing Control (DMC) module, which allows users to flexibly map complex assembly processes in the MES. A work step-based operator guide or a process locking function are just two of the many options for monitoring and controlling production lines. The MES experts solve thereby inflexible and often outdated control concepts of variant-rich serial production and enable the cost-effective production of lot size 1.
Shop floor scheduling of the future
In order to combine the overview of a conventional wall panel for production planning with the advantages of a modern MES, the MES experts from MPDV present in Hannover the shop floor scheduling of the future. It has a large high-resolution display area and the option of a clear multi-resource planning. The synergy of ergonomic software and innovative hardware makes the HYDRA shop floor scheduling a powerful tool in production control.
New, mobile MES applications
The use of mobile MES applications, such as SMA, is experiencing a significant increase in Industry 4.0, which is hardly surprising given that SMA enables the decentralization of tasks and responsibilities. For this reason, MPDV will present the new Smart MES Applications (SMA) at the trade fair, which will simplify the daily production routine.
Stage 3 - Smart Factory
In addition, MPDV is putting the third stage of the four-stage model "Smart Factory" at the Hannover Messe into practice. The White Paper "The autonomous factory" clearly explains how control loops automate production-related processes while ensuring the overall quality of the process landscape. Request white paper here.
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