MES 3.0

We provide online instructor-led classroom training courses that cover a broad range of topics to introduce practitioners to the details of our software.


For training dates, see 2022 MES Training Schedule


Batch Procedure Level 1

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification

Course Content 

  • ISA-88 approach within the Sepasoft Batch Procedure solution focusing on separating development work for recipe authors and control system engineers
  • Introduction to the Batch Procedure components
  • Best practices in developing a solution with emphasis on defining equipment units and equipment phases
  • Learning the basics of authoring recipes
  • Learning the basics of authoring recipes with equipment phases



Batch Process Level 2

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification
  • Batch Procedure Level 1 or Testing

Course Content 

  • Learning how to develop more complex recipes with equipment phases including configuration for output parameters to equipment controls and parameterized OPC paths
  • Using templates for commonly used phases within a recipe and configuring parameters for templates
  • Step through batch execution and monitoring
  • Learn best practices for data collection and analysis
  • Executing batches with dynamically allocated or predetermined equipment units
  • Discussion about storing parameters for analysis and reporting
  • Discussion about Enterprise Export from development to production



Manufacturing Procedure Level 2

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification
  • Batch Procedure Level 1 or Testing

Course Content 

  • Learning how to develop projects with Document Phases with documentation included.
  • Using templates for commonly used phases within a recipe and configuring parameters for templates
  • Step through batch execution and monitoring
  • Learn best practices for data collection and analysis
  • Discussion about storing parameters for analysis and reporting
  • Discussion about Enterprise Export from development to production



ERP Connectivity with Web Services

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification

Course Content 

  • How to build Business Connector charts
  • How to connect to external systems via REST/SOAP to push/pull data
  • How to connect to Databases via Named Queries in a Business Connector Chart
  • Gain an understanding of chart execution methods
  • Gain an understanding of maintaining a robust ERP connectivity ecosystem

ERP Connectivity with SAP

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification

Course Content 

  • How to build Business Connector charts
  • How to connect to SAP to push/pull data
  • Gain an understanding of chart execution methods
  • Gain an understanding of maintaining a robust ERP connectivity ecosystem

OEE Downtime Level 1

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification

Course Content 

  • Introduction to the components used in an OEE project
  • A simple UI driven approach for a sample OEE application
  • A schedule driven approach to OEE
  • Discussion of best practices for OEE implementation



OEE Downtime Level 2

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification
  • OEE Level 1 or Testing

Course Content 

  • A script driven approach to OEE
  • A tag driven approach to OEE
  • Discussion about best practices during implementation

Each iteration through a mini-OEE project addresses 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.



Track & Trace

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification

Course Content 

  • Introduction to the components used in a Track & Trace project
  • 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
  • Discussion about the best practices during implementation



Settings & Changeover Level 1

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification

Course Content 

  • Introduction to the components used in a Setting & Changeover project
  • Machine Settings vs. Batching
  • Adding Tags to the production model
  • Recipe Values
  • Recipe Editor
  • Master and Child Recipes
  • Discussion about the best practices during implementation



Settings & Changeover Level 2

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification
  • Settings & Changeover Level 1 or Testing

Course Content 

  • Learn how to configure and add tags
  • Recipe Values
  • Recipe Editor
  • Master and Child Recipes
  • Discussion about the best practices during implementation



Statistical Process Control (SPC)  Level 1

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification

Course Content 

  • Introduction to the components used in an SPC project
  • What is SPC
  • SPC Samples
  • SPC Variation
  • SPC Values and Attributes
  • SPC Control Charts
  • Locations
  • SPC Practical

Statistical Process Control (SPC) Level 2

Prerequisites

  • Ignition Certification
  • SPC Level 1 or Testing

Course Content 

  • Tag Sample Collectors
  • Creating Sample Definitions
  • Adding Samples
  • Scheduling Samples
  • SPC Practical
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