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  • Zum Thema MES (Manufacturing Execution System) eine Empfehlung des Competence Book MES mit Meinungen von hochkarätigen Experten und Unternehmen, u.a. IBS und Treiber der Branche wie GUARDUS, MPDV, SALT, GFOS, CCC Software, PSIPENTA, CSM, iTAC, becos, ISGUS und APRISO.

    Infografiken zu MES auf den ersten Seiten lassen einen schnellen Überblick der relevanten Themen und Herausforderungen in der Zukunft sowie aktuelle Trends in der Branche aufzeigen.
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Siemens and MES (Manufacturing Execution System)

  1. 1. and MES© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Siemens –4 S t th l b l t d4 Sectors cover the global trendsDrive Technologies Customer ServicesIndustry Automation Metals Technologies 1)IndustryInfrastructure& CitiesRail SystemsLow and MediumVoltageBuildingTechnologiesOsram 2)Smart GridMobility andLogisticsFossil PowerGenerationWind Power Energy ServiceOil & GasPowerTransmissionSolar & HydroDiagnosticsImaging & Therapy Clinical Products Customer SolutionsEnergyHealthcareDiagnosticsImaging & Therapy Clinical Products Customer Solutions© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 21) Sector-led Business Unit 2) IPO planned
  3. 3. Industry Automation Division – A leading positioni t ti t h l d i d t i l ftin automation technology and industrial softwareIndustry Sector – Industry Automation DivisionIndustry Sector – Industry Automation DivisionIndustrial AutomationSystemsSensors andCommunicationsPLMSoftwareWaterTechnologiesControl Components& SystemsE i iy(AS)Communications(SC)Software(PL)Technologies(WT)Engineering(CE)SIMATIC S7 (PLC) ProcessInstrumentationDigital ProductDevelopment (NX)Industrial SolutionsSIRIUS ControlComponentsSIMATIC PCS 7SIMATIC IPCSIMATIC HMIInstrumentationProcess AnalyticsIndustrialIdentificationDevelopment (NX)Digital Manufacturing(Tecnomatix)Collaborative DataMunicipal SolutionsHealth ScienceSolutionsComponentsSIPLUS CustomizedSolutionsSINVERTSIMATIC IT (MES)Digital EngineeringSolutions Factory& Process AutIndustrialCommunicationSITOP PowerSuppliesCollaborative DataManagement(Teamcenter)Aquatics and LeisureSolutionsSINVERTPhotovoltaics© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 3& Process Aut.pp
  4. 4. Industry Automation’s Portfolio –Full support for the entire production workflowM f t i I d t i P I d t i Lif S i I d t iManufacturing Industries Process Industries Life Sciences IndustriesMESProduct MROProduction© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 4Design/Engineering
  5. 5. DivisionSiemens Industry MES Software ProfileSiemens Global MES Software SolutionIntegrated within Siemens Automation SystemsHQ – Genova, ItalyWorkforce of 750, 400 R&D engineersStrong expertise in ERP and PLM integrationValue-Added Services with 24/7 hotline, web technical support,remote supportremote supportProductsManufacturing Operations Management including ManufacturingManufacturing Operations Management including ManufacturingExecution Systems and Manufacturing Intelligence Software &ServicesMarket presence> 500 worldwide global accounts in many industry niches(Process, Discrete & Life Sciences)> 10 000 concurrent users© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 5> 10,000 concurrent users
  6. 6. Siemens MES Global Reach© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 6
  7. 7. MES Organizational Setup - Europe & HQGenoaBrusselsKarlsruheLindauNurembergToulouseGenoaBeijingShanghaiChicagoPortsmouthSpringhouseDetroitAS MESMumbaiAS MESStrategy &CoordinationSingaporeBU Discrete BU ProcessttBU LifeSciencest… PMTSS…HQDeliveryVerticalMngmHQDeliveryVerticalMngmHQDeliveryVerticalMngmt© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 7VVV
  8. 8. MES Organizational Setup - North AmericaGenoaBrusselsKarlsruheLindauNurembergToulouseGenoaBeijingShanghaiChicagoPortsmouthSpringhouseDetroitMumbaiSingapore© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 8
  9. 9. Adapting manufacturing operationsto variable marketsto variable marketsDynamic markets with increasing demand variation, raising prices of energyand raw materials, quality and environmental regulations, place significantchallenges upon manufacturers.If they want to compete in the market, they are forced to achieve the highestlevel of resilience in global operations, while at the same time maintainingcost efficiency quality and speedcost efficiency, quality and speed.This is possible at the single plant level – or at the enterprise level, wherecompanies are organizing networks of plants with varying capabilitiescompanies are organizing networks of plants with varying capabilities.It takes an innovative vision on implementing and managing manufacturingIT in general and Manufacturing Execution Systems in particularIT in general, and Manufacturing Execution Systems in particular.© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 9The application of integrated manufacturing strategieswill help realize manufacturing responsiveness
  10. 10. The crucial role of an INTEGRATED systemThe crucial role of an INTEGRATED systemProduct Development (PLM), Business Management (ERP) and ExecutionThe Strategic needs of Manufacturers(MES and Automation) must work togetherThe MES role:One full Closed Loop Integration betweenThe Strategic needs of ManufacturersMake-to-IndividualPLM ERPOne full Closed-Loop Integration betweenPLM, ERP, MES and Shop FloorReduce global Time-to-MarketIncrease productivity and optimize costs inthe plantS t Gl b l Pl tMESERPSupport Global PlantsProvide visibility to all levels within theSupply-ChainSt d di b i t l tMESStandardize business processes to letthe system provide higher qualityShop Floor© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 10SIEMENS is in a unique position to supportthese INTEGRATION requirements
  11. 11. Product meets ProductionProduct meets ProductionSiemens portfolio covers the whole chain from Product LifecycleSiemens portfolio covers the whole chain from Product LifecycleManagement to Manufacturing Execution to AutomationSuch a powerful portfolio allowsSiemens customers to enable aseamless information flow fromEngineering to Execution and backIt provides the Strategic InfrastructureIt provides the Strategic Infrastructureto enable Manufacturers to achieveconcrete benefits in all aspects of theManufacturing process from Design toManufacturing process from Design toDelivery© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 11
  12. 12. Siemens Industry Software for MES today:SIMATIC IT PortfolioSIMATIC IT PortfolioScalabilityProduction SuiteProduction management and executionEfficiencyProfitabilityR&D SuiteIntegrating R&D and manufacturingprocesses, workflows and dataConsistencyFlexibilityIntelligence SuiteReal-time data monitoring and historicaldata collection in a unified environmentVisibilityQualityIndustry LibrariesDiscrete ManufacturingProcess IndustryLife Sciences Industry QualityTransparencyLife Sciences IndustryValue Added ServicesA b d t f C t C© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 12A broad concept of Customer Care
  13. 13. Only company to offer a seamless product andSiemens & SIMATIC IT Differentiatorsy p y pknowledge portfolio from conceptualization tohardwareU h d d di d f d MESUnmatched dedicated resources focused on MESproliferationProduct architecture founded on ISA 95 MESProduct architecture founded on ISA-95 MESinternational standardPromotes true interoperabilityOffers multi-dimensional customization via productconfigurationMultilingual TranslationsUser interfaces configurable in any language(i.e. multi-byte Kanji)© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 13
  14. 14. Key FeaturesKey FeaturesISA-95 as Siemens MES StandardCross industry standard softwareFl ibl d S l blFlexible and ScalableTrue ERP collaboration through interoperabilityLower cost of ownershipLower cost of ownershipFast to roll-outSecure existing investmentsgEasier compliance with regulationsTotally integrated in the Siemens offering fort ti f th hi t th tautomation, from the machine to the corporatelevel© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 14SIMATIC IT offers significant benefits improving manufacturing operations
  15. 15. Customer BenefitsCustomer BenefitsOptimized processes and integrationShorter time to first revenueOptimized Production, Quality, Inventory and Assetp y yperformancemake your plant the strongest link in the Supply ChainIntegrate the production operations into the business& /and into R&D/Engineering operationsmaximum collaboration between organizations andsystemsInformation visibility at every levelInformation visibility at every levelReal-time evaluation capabilities to drive performance,enable innovation efficiency and enforce brand valueFacilitate application roll-out to several plantsFacilitate application roll out to several plantsfast ROI and low TCO© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 15Achieving optimum market and production responsiveness with SIMATIC IT
  16. 16. ContactsContactsFor more information please visitFor more information, please, visitour more information,© Siemens AG 2013 All rights reserved.Page 16