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We provide two instructor led classroom training courses in El Dorado Hills, California that cover a broad range of topics to introduce practitioners to the details of our software. We start each day at 9:00am and end at 4pm, except for Friday, which ends at 12pm. The course content is outlined below. Customer-site training can also be provided. Please contact your Inductive Automation account executive for more details.


Click here to see the schedule of upcoming MES training classes.

 

MES Training Class 1 Outline

DayMorning TopicAfternoon Topic
MondayMES OverviewOEE 2.0
TuesdayOEE 2.0OEE 2.0
WednesdayOEE 2.0Q&A, OEE 2.0 Wrap-up
ThursdaySPCSPC
FridaySPC, Q&A, Course Wrap Up


MES Product Suite Overview

In this class, we’ll cover....

  • The MES Product Suite Overview

  • Understanding the Driver for MES Projects

  • Risk Management and challenges faced with implementing MES projects

  • The ISA-95 Standard and functions of MES

  • Enterprise Architecture

  • Interfacing to ERP and other Information Systems

  • Setting up a Gateway server for MES




OEE 2.0 Capsules

In these sections, we’ll cover.... 

  • A simple UI driven approach for a sample OEE application
  • A schedule driven approach to OEE
  • A script driven approach to OEE
  • A tag driven approach to OEE

Each iteration through a mini-OEE project will touch on configuration, run-time control, analysis, and reporting.  This approach provides attendees with repetition in these essential feature-sets of the product.  At each step, best-practices from real-world examples are utilized to explore the features and ground the concepts.




SPC

In this class, we’ll cover.... 

  • What is SPC

  • SPC Samples

  • SPC Variation

  • SPC Values and Attributes

  • SPC Control Charts

  • Locations

  • Tag Sample Collectors

  • Creating Sample Definitions

  • Adding Samples

  • Scheduling Samples

  • SPC Practical




MES Training Class 2 Outline

DayMorning TopicAfternoon Topic
MondayMES OverviewTrack and Trace
TuesdayTrack and Trace
Track and Trace
WednesdayTrack and Trace
Q&A, Track and Trace Wrap-up
ThursdayRecipeRecipe
FridayRecipe, Q&A, Course Wrap Up


Track and Trace Capsules

In these sections, we’ll cover.... 

  • A simple UI driven approach to a serial manufacturing process.

  • A script driven approach to a serialization process in manufacturing.

  • A tag driven approach to a blending process.

Each iteration through a mini-Track & Trace project will touch on configuration, run-time control, analysis, and reporting.  This approach provides attendees with repetition in these essential feature-sets of the product.  At each step, best-practices from real-world examples are utilized to explore the features and ground the concepts.




Recipe Management

In this class, we’ll cover.... 

  • Machine Settings vs. Batching

  • Adding Tags to the production model

  • Recipe Values

  • Recipe Editor

  • Master and Child Recipes

  • Loading Recipes by component and through scripting

  • Recipe Changes

  • Variance Log

  • Recipe practical




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