The importance of MES and condition monitoring

Andrew Robling from Epicor explains how a manufacturing execution system (MES) and condition monitoring can help companies take advantage of industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) benefits. See video.

By Plant Engineering Staff June 30, 2023
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology

In an Industry 4.0 world, connecting the right machines, sensors and industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices means gaining a competitive advantage. Manufacturing execution systems (MES) and condition monitoring systems can play a unique role in this aspect and make facilities better and more efficient. Andrew Robling, principal product marketing manager, Epicor Software, will be presenting on a July 13 webcast “Get a start on Industry 4.0 with an MES with Built-in Condition Monitoring Capabilities.”

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In the video interview, Robling explained several topics such as:

  • The role an MES plays in the Industry 4.0 landscape.

  • What an advanced MES system can do that a regular MES cannot.

  • How statistical process control (SPC) can help manufacturers.

  • What industries benefit from using an MES and SPC together.

  • Potential trends coming up that involve Industry 4.0 and MES and what that will look like.

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