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Aerospace Manufacturer Enabled by Manufacturing Execution System to Produce Safety Critical Electronics
Aerospace Manufacturer Enabled by Manufacturing Execution System to Produce Safety Critical Electronics
Aerospace Manufacturer Enabled by Manufacturing Execution System to Produce Safety Critical Electronics
PINpoint Information Systems Inc.
This document summarizes the manufacturing execution system (MES), or manufacturing operations management (MOM) solution implemented by an Aerospace parts manufacturer in order to introduce full-accountability into their assembly processes. The MES/MOM delivered “integrity of process” by providing a control system which managed all aspects of the assembly process; and created a closed-loop of accountability, delivering the desired results every-single-time.A critical aspect to the achievement of their goal was the management of a new assembly line workforce. The true test of the dependability on the MES/MOM system was it empowered operators with little to no experience to build sophisticated electronic components to the highest quality standards. It is also noteworthy that the MES/MOM was able to be integrated and operational in a very short time frame in less than four (4) days.


Industries: Heavy Vehicle
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringData VisualizationOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Maximize Fastening Tool Effectiveness and Save Money with Manufacturing Execution System Control
Maximize Fastening Tool Effectiveness and Save Money with Manufacturing Execution System Control
Maximize Fastening Tool Effectiveness and Save Money with Manufacturing Execution System Control
PINpoint Information Systems Inc.
Given the vast array of manufacturing fastening tools and assembly line device products available on the market, it can become overwhelming to identify which products you should purchase; as recommended by consultants or the tool suppliers themselves. Is it worth spending ‘extra money’ because of claims of added features and benefits? The question is, what is it you really-need to accomplish the task? What if you could purchase the most basic or cost-effective tool ‘needed’ for the job, with saved money in hand to put towards the over-all manufacturing execution system (MES) solution you really need? This is proven to be so, and fastening tool processes are a prime target application for manufacturers to improve their existing manufacturing operations (upgrade), or for new project specification; please consider the following.


Industries: Heavy Vehicle
Functions: Discrete Manufacturing
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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