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Achieving the Promise of a Manufacturing Execution System (MES)

Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) is a leading enabler in the deployment and utilization of technologies like additive manufacturing, robotics, digital threads, tracking technologies, and many others in the manufacturing industry. As applications of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and 5G connectivity evolve, MES applications will continue to change the contours of modern manufacturing.

A well-crafted and well-implemented MES increases efficiency, allows for traceability, and allows manufacturers to improve quality and financial control. MES contributes to manufacturing process control and can provide the data to drive both predictive and prescriptive analytics, enabling workers to make more informed manufacturing decisions. When leveraged consistently, a well-placed Manufacturing Execution System creates an opportunity for manufacturers to surpass the competition.

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