Critical Manufacturing - company and MES product introduction

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Critical Manufacturing provides manufacturers in highly-complex environments with a modular, scalable manufacturing execution and intelligence system that enables users to flexibly address market demands, increase efficiency and bolster reliability across the supply chain while lowering TCO. The company is part of the Critical Group, a private group of companies founded in 1998 to provide solutions for mission and business critical information systems. For more information please visit www.criticalmanufacturing.com

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Critical Manufacturing - company and MES product introduction

  1. 1. EMPOWERING OPERATIONS Company & Product Introduction Courtesy of Nanium. S.A.
  2. 2. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSHistory (1/2) 2 Local IT – development of niche solutions Porto Development Center is created and develops solutions to the group Porto Development Center develops and implements projects for all Qimonda facilities Production Automation – WW MES deployments 1997 2001 2006 2009 Manufacturing experience SIEMENS, INFINEON & QIMONDA
  3. 3. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSHistory (2/2) 3 2006 2006 2008 2008 2009 2009 2011 Communication solutions based on IP technology Monitoring and diagnosis of critical applications of intelligent materials Loss of Vision and Mobility Prevention Manufacturing Execution, & Intelligence for advanced industries Transport solutions based green autonomous vehicles (Business sold) Group Holding Vehicle of Critical Group for seed and early stage investments  Business critical solutions systems across several industries  Global Footprint: Portugal, USA, UK, Brazil, Germany, Singapore Mozambique, Angola  Quality certifications: SPICE, ISO 9001, NATO, CMMI Level 5 1998 Critical Software: the “mothership”  Reference customers
  4. 4. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSThe Critical Group 4 Critical Links New Jersey, USA Critical Links Coimbra, PT Critical Materials Guimarães, PT Critical Software Portugal Critical Software USA Critical Software Brazil Critical Software Technologies, UK Critical Software Mozambique Critical Software Angola Watchful Portugal Critical USA Critical Manufacturing Oporto, PT Critical Manufacturing Dresden, Germany Critical Manufacturing SuZhou, China Critical Manufacturing Austin, USA Critical Software Germany JointVentures
  5. 5. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSGlobal Operation 5 Additional Critical Group companies Critical Manufacturing’s customers Austin, USA Dresden, Germany Hsinchu, Taiwan Porto, Portugal SuZhou, China
  6. 6. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSAnalysts Recognition 6 “Critical Manufacturing’s cmNavigo has capabilities for WIP visibility and traceability, equipment integration and management, maintenance management, quality management, and enterprise system integration” Top 30 MES SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE 2012 “We found their platform approach to be innovative and consistent with LNS’s vision of a next generation MOM platform. Critical Manufacturing continues to invest in a number of functional […] mobile devices, and advanced planning and scheduling” Top 20 MES SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE 2013
  7. 7. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSAnalysts Recognition 7 Global 2014 PRICE PERFORMANCE VALUE LEADERSHIP AWARD FOR SEMICONDUCTOR “The company’s MES software […] is very flexible and has enabled them to expand their customer base into solar, medical device, and automobile segments. The company’s proactive entry into the industry mobility field through Mobile UI module and fabLIVE indicates the vision of the enterprise to fulfill the future customer requirements. Furthermore the versatility, flexibility and attractive customizable options makes cmNavigo a very user friendly software.”
  8. 8. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSHeadquarters with history 8 Since 1973 the building complex was owned by Texas Instruments. In 1993, a joint- venture with Samsung transformed the company into TISEP - Texas Instruments Samsung Electronica Portugal The Technology Park TecMaia was born upon a municipal initiative by the hand of the then Mayor, Prof. Dr. José Vieira de Carvalho, in seeking a solution to reduce the impact of the relocation of TISEP A large reconstruction and refurbishment was conducted allowing the space to regain most of its original architecture beauty
  9. 9. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSHeadquarters 9 Today, Criticalplex, as it is known, is one of the largest facilities within the Technology Park, occupying almost 2000 square meters of open spaces, meeting rooms and leisure spaces. The place can host more than 200 engineers allowing Critical Manufacturing’s current and upcoming growth potential A large reconstruction and refurbishment project was conducted by the architecture firm MVentura & Partners allowing the space to regain most of its original architecture beauty
  10. 10. EMPOWERING OPERATIONS Product Introduction
  11. 11. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSProduct Scope 11 PRODUCT TEAM Strong know-how in Manufacturing Execution Systems Equipment Integration Factory and System Integration SERVICES TEAM Strong knowledge in various domains, developed along several years of joint work with strategic customers PARTNERS Segment, regional or even customer specific knowledge and experience  Enterprise Integration  Business Intelligence  R&D, Quality & Engineering  Execution & Tracking  Process-Control  Equipment Integration MANUFACTURINGOPERATIONSMANAGEMENT
  12. 12. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSTotal Manufacturing Integration 12 cmConnect, a cmNavigo module, allows integration with SECS/GEM, OPC, Database, File and many other possibilities Easy, bidirectional integration with SAP, MS Dynamics and many other ERP systems cmNavigo’s modular approach allows integration with legacy / 3rd party solutions for specific functionality cmNavigo’s framework based on WCF and SSIS allows a myriad of integration options
  13. 13. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSLow Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) 13 Installation • Server side full installer • No client installation 3rd party licenses • 100% Microsoft Technology • No hidden costs Software • Scalable pricing model • Modular functionality Hardware • Scalable HW based on needs • From single server, to full fault- tolerant, high-available configuration Through the reduction of all cost factors Traditional MES systems TotalCostofOwnership Maintenance • Empowered end users • For used modules only • No hidden maintenance costs Administration • Single IT stack, with powerful admin tools • Application admin through a unified GUI Modeling • Rich, pre-customized object model • Modeling through the same GUI
  14. 14. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSHardware Scalability 14  Can be deployed in several variations depending on the load and scalability requirements, starting from single server  HW can be scaled according to the manufacturing needs, at any time  The Application Server farms scale up as well as scale out via Network Load Balancing.  Database can be configured in high-availability mode either through failover clustering or mirroring. NLB CLUSTER MSCS CLUSTER Database ServersApplication Server Farm PRESENTATION TIER BUSINESS TIER ANALYTICS TIER
  15. 15. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSArchitecture 15 Base Business Objects Service Interface Business Workflows Presentation Workflows Presentation Data Access Layer Communication OperationalManagement Security Operational Data Store (ODS) Online Database(s) Reports Data Warehouse OLAP Business Intelligence Windows Communication Foundation Microsoft Enterprise Library Silverlight / C# C# Windows Communication Foundation / C# Windows Workflow Foundation / C# C# / .Net Linq To Sql / Ado.Net Entity Framework / Dynamic Sql Sql Server Sql Server Analysis Services (Ssas) Sql Server Reporting Services Based on Microsoft Patterns & Practices -- Microsoft Application Architecture Guide Sql Server Integration Services
  16. 16. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSCM Navigo Modules 16 OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY Operational Efficiency modules ensure a modular, yet fully integrated, advanced management of all shop-floor resources. FACTORY INTEGRATION Factory Integration consists of a meta-data based integration & productivity platform, and advanced equipment & ERP integration solutions. ONLINE VISIBILITY & TRACEABILITY Online Visibility & Traceability is a collection of advanced modules for graphical online visibility and full data traceability. INTEGRATED QUALITY Integrated Quality includes different modules that provide product life-cycle management, process control and quality improvement. OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE Operations Intelligence is achieved via advanced engineering multi-source extraction, data manipulation & aggregation and reporting modules.
  17. 17. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSOPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY 17 Operational Efficiency modules ensure a modular, yet fully integrated, advanced management of all shop-floor resources. MATERIALS & CONTAINERS Bill of materials and container models for flexible, highly-granular traceability. DATA COLLECTION Flexible, scalable and automated data collection that is fully integrated with Statistical Process Control and Exceptions Management. ROUTING AND DISPATCHING Service-oriented, hierarchical resource and material dispatching with customizable rework paths. RECIPE MANAGEMENT Recipe parameters and context resolution integrated with Resource and Material tracking and Equipment Integration. MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT Ad-hoc time and usage based maintenance management integrated with Material and Resource management. bill of parts and checklists. RESOURCE TRACKING Resource modeling integration with Recipe Management, Maintenance Management, Exception Management and Data Collection. SCHEDULING & ORDER MANAGEMENT Real MES embedded scheduling with two steps optimization. Resource or Material Views. Scheduling KPI’s. COSTING Control shop-floor costing in real time through cost absorption methods (labor, equipment, materials, etc.)
  18. 18. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSFACTORY INTEGRATION 18 Factory Integration consists of a meta-data based integration & productivity platform, and advanced equipment & ERP integration solutions. ERP INTEGRATION Flexible ERP integration (SAP, MS, etc.) for production orders, inventory status updates, master data and maintenance operation data with Synchronous or Asynchronous communication in the event of ERP downtime. CMCONNECT Full point-and-click equipment integration platform connecting enterprise soſtware (SECS/GEM, OPC, PLC, File, Database, LIMS) with Navigo or other MES, including service and message mapping. CMFOUNDATION Integration & productivity platform with presentation meta-data based business and analytics layers.
  19. 19. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSONLINE VISIBILITY & TRACEABILITY 19 Online Visibility & Traceability is a collection of advanced modules for graphical online visibility and full data traceability. FABLIVE Fab layout tool with overview and zoom-in capabilities for historical and real-time trending and analytical reports. DASHBOARDS Graphically access material, resource or other user defined query to chart and report on process data enabling users to fulfill custom business requirements. REPORTS A full set of out-of-the-box or customizable industrial engineering reports, including such KPIs as OEE, UPH, cycle-time, yield, uptime. ADVANCED LAYOUT & PRINTING Design, preview and print labels and lot travelers with context driven information for text, images or barcodes. MATERIAL GENEALOGY Easily access the full or filtered history information of any object with a full list of descendants or ascendants of any material. MOBILE Visualize in real time, fab layouts, dashboards and other information from mobile devices
  20. 20. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSINTEGRATED QUALITY 20 Integrated Quality includes different modules that provide product life-cycle management, process control and quality improvement. SPECIFICATION MANAGEMENT Factory modeling and Master data management, including change control of versioned objects. STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL Variable & attribute charts, integrated with Data Collection, Exceptions, Resource and Material Tracking. Western Electric and user defined rules. CHECKLISTS Mandatory or optional, sequential or floating multi-step checklists with defined parameters and tracking integrated with manual or automatic rules. ELECTRONIC FAILURE CATALOGUE Fast and interactive navigation to graphic failure catalog for easy remediation. EXCEPTIONS MANAGEMENT Manual or automatic user defined exception protocols linked to EDC limits and SPC rules and linked to process checklists. DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT Control and approve shop-floor related documents within MES context. Visualize documents at the right MES operations.
  21. 21. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSOPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE 21 Operations Intelligence is achieved via advanced engineering multi-source extraction, data manipulation & aggregation and reporting modules. OLAP OPERATIONS Multi-dimensional data warehouse, with advanced slicing & dicing OLAP operations. DATA ANALYSIS Intelligent multidata source (heterogeneous) engineering extraction and automation platform. OPERATIONAL DATA STORE Fast and feature-rich data extraction and archiving tool for integration with external heterogeneous data sources. DATA MINING Advanced data mining algorithms and analysis, including time series, decision trees and neural networks. ADVANCED REPORTS Create, edit and publish highly-granular reports based on the online database, the operational data store or other external database.
  22. 22. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSSAP Integration 22 WCF IDoc Out Queue RFC Synchronous Asynchronous cmNavigo GUI WCF In Queue Queue Error Out Queue Error In Asynchronous ERP Gateway Maps Queue Mgr RFC Server  Bidirectional  Different integration technical possibilities  Synchronous or Asynchronous calls  Buffering (in case ERP is offline)  Error Management
  23. 23. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSSecurity Concept 23 Synchronize USER USER USER GROUP Role (Active Directory) Role (Non-Active Directory) Feature Privileges (GUI) API Privileges Data Group • NO-ACCESS • READ • WRITE YES NO YES NO USER USER USER
  24. 24. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSExtensibility 24 PRESENTATION TIER BUSINESS TIER ANALYTICS TIER Add ribbon actions Association with customer logic No compilation required Create addins New GUI modules Added via configuration only New GUI’s Using framework elements Maintain look & feel Custom entities Automatic compilation Automatic persistency generation Custom services For services and orchestration No downtime or recompilation DEE rules Pre and post transaction logic Compiled and executed in runtime Reports Create new or modify existing reports Cubes Create new or modify pre- built datawarehouse cubes Data Sources Integrate external data sources into ODS
  25. 25. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSCustom GUI’s 25
  26. 26. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSStatistical Process Control 26
  27. 27. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSSPC Chart Types 27 Type of data Sample size =1 Defects or Defective Measured/Continuous Counted/Discrete Equal sized samples Equal sized samples Defects Defective u chart c chart No Yes p chart np chart No Yes Avg. Range or Std. Dev.; or Median No Yes Xbar R chart Xtilde R chart Range Std. Dev. Xbar s chart X and Rm chart Median NORMAL DISTRIBUTION POISSON BINOMIAL VARIABLE CHARTS ATTRIBUTE CHARTS
  28. 28. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSRelease Methodology 28 ~1-2 years ~3-6 months Strategic features Customer derived features Enhancements Bugs Major release Minor releaseMinor release Hot fix Hot fix Customer requirements Customer specific implementation Add to roadmap N YCustomer unique or IP protected ? Product Roadmap
  29. 29. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSDevelopment Methodology 29  Requirements Management  Relation between requirements, design, code and tests  Test automation (regression, functional; test coverage)  Source control  Issue and bug tracking  Automated builds  Project management  Scrum development methodology  Prioritization levels (strategic, business development, technology)
  30. 30. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSPortfolio Overview 30 MES suite Equipment Integration Product Framework
  31. 31. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSCMConnect Functional Overview 31 Powered by cmFoundation • Shared framework with cmNavigo • Rich Internet Application User Interface Data Collection and Provision Pre-configured: • cmNavigo EDC • cmNavigo Equipment State Changes • cmNavigo object updates (Quantities, Container…) • Specific database tables Additional consumers can be dynamically added Miscellaneous • Flexible Context Resolution • Excel (bulk) loading equipment configuration • Out of the shelf (but customizable) communication establishment and maintenance scenarios • Default scenarios can be freely overridden • Support for any number of equipment specific modules Point and Click Configuration • Data Collection Setup • Equipment setup cloning Multiple Communication Support • Many Communication Drivers available • New Communication Drivers can be added • Additional service interfaces beyond WCF possible Mapping • Aspect Mapping (equipment message formats) • Service Mapping (equipment messages and message groups)
  32. 32. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSCMConnect Architecture 32 MES SYSTEM CLIENT APPLICATION Other COMUNICATION LAYER EQUIPMENT CONTROLLER LOGGER CONFIGURATIONMANAGER *Other drivers available ( Serial, TCP/IP, File, DB, Custom ONLINE DATABASE SECS/GEM SCADA Other*OPC EC SERVICE EQUIPMENT MANAGER EQUIPMENT DRIVER COMMUNICATION DRIVER Equipment Custom Modules Pre-Defined Default Scenarios
  33. 33. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSCMConnect Job Management Scenario 33  Pre-configured job management scenario with WCF Interface  Point & click configuration  Monitoring GUI’s MES MES JOB INITIATION JOB PROCESSING JOB COMPLETION TRACK IN CREATE JOB TRACK OUT COMPLETE JOB COLLECT DATA UPDATE MATERIAL STATE ABORT JOB RECIPE, CARRIER, MATERIAL, ... DATA COLLECTION /... LOSSES, BONUS, ...
  34. 34. EMPOWERING OPERATIONS Summary
  35. 35. EMPOWERING OPERATIONSWhy are we the right partners? 35  Founded in 98, has customers across industries such as aerospace, defense and telecom  Major shareholder of several companies worldwide  Works under stringent quality regulations such as NATO and CMMI Level 5  Key persons with >15 years experience in semiconductor manufacturing  Experience MES implementations and migration projects  Large scale software architecture, development and services  Addressing the most important industry challenges  Commitment to a product development roadmap  Cutting-edge innovative products and technologies  Products & Services  Semiconductors, Solar, Electronics, Medical Devices and Other industries  Manufacturing & R&D  Europe, USA & Asia Critical Group Experience Innovation Reference customers
  36. 36. EMPOWERING OPERATIONS CRITICAL MANUFACTURING RUA ENGº FREDERICO ULRICH, Nº 2650 4470-605 MOREIRA DA MAIA - PORTUGAL P: +351 229 429 607 F: +351 229 446 929 Francisco Almada Lobo CEO

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