A computerized system that formalizes production methods and procedures within the manufacturing environment, providing online tools to execute work orders. The term is generally used to encompasses any manufacturing system not already classified in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) or open control system (OCS) categories. In the broadest definition, MESs include computerized maintenance management systems (CMMSs), laboratory information management systems (LIMSs), shop floor controls, statistical process systems, quality control systems, and specialized applications such as batch reporting and control. See ERP, OCS, CMMS and LIMS.
Management Execution System. By monitoring labour resources, process history and machine usage & failures, a MES will help various features such as preventive maintenance, employee time & attendance, quantity maintenance and operator data.
Management Execution System. Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Management Execution Systems
Manufacturing Execution Software
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Manufacturing Execution Systems are plant-floor management systems that allow downloading recipes and work schedules, and uploading production results, thereby bridging the gap between business and plant-floor or process control systems.
Manufacturing Execution Systems use network computing to automate production control and process automation. They do so by downloading recipes and work schedules, and uploading production results, thereby bridging the gap between business and plant-floor or process control systems.
Manufacturing execution systems. Systems that use network computing to automate production control and process. By downloading "recipes" and work schedules and uploading production results, MESs bridge the gap between business and plant-floor or process-control systems.
See Manufacturing Execution Systems.
Manufacturing Execution System
Abbreviation for manufacturing execution systems.