Mitsubishi Electric Automation e-F@ctory adds Oracle capabilities
Oracle Manufacturing Operations Center monitors production performance in real-time, integrated with Mitsubishi Electric Automation's e-F@ctory manufacturing solution for all industries
Mitsubishi Electric Automation, provider of industrialautomation solutions, added the OracleManufacturing OperationsCenter to the Mitsubishie-F@ctory manufacturing solution for all industries. The announcement was madeat the 14th Annual ARC Forum in Orlandoon Feb. 8. e-F@ctory is Mitsubishi Electric's vision for manufacturing thatunifies its best-in-class control hardware and networks with enterprise ITsystems offered by strategic partner companies, including IBM, Microsoft andnow, Oracle, said Mitsubishi Electric. Mitsubishi said it is the first hardwarevendor with an Oracle tested and approved connection to the Oracle ManufacturingOperations Center.
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