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合规管理,MES系统锋芒尽显

How A Professional MES FLx Supports Regulatory Compliance (TS16949)  in Automotive Industry - CN

在制造企业内,合规性管理一直被放在一个非常重要的位置,在某些行业尤甚,特别是汽车、电子、食品、医药、军工等行业,能否合规甚至关乎企业生死。企业要从容应对大量的合规性审查,信息化的支撑是至关重要的。上月,e-works中国制造业信息化门户网站与爱捷仕软件携手一同撰写了此篇文章向您解析MES将如何有效支撑汽车行业TS16949。

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MES系统为汽车电子制造企业带来的三大优势 – 记李尔汽车电子的MES应用亮点

MES Benefits for Automotive Manufacturers – Lear Automotive Customer Spotlight - CN

对于汽车电子制造企业而言,大规模的产品召回将会对企业带来严重的影响。而制造执行系统(MES)可以提供不良数据的实时监控,有效防止不良品流出车间,同时通过精准的追溯信息将召回锁定在真正有风险的产品部分。李尔汽车电子电器(上海)有限公司自2008年以来开始使用爱捷仕软件MES系统来帮助他们改善生产制程,同时实现最小化不良召回。在本篇博客中,我们将带您了解李尔汽车电子在使用爱捷仕软件MES系统后所获得的一系列可见的改善。

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2017年制造业发展趋势分析

Top Manufacturing Trends for 2017 - CN

当我们回顾2016年,很自然地就会联想到全球制造业在未来的发展。现在,就让我们一起来看看2017年制造业的发展趋势吧。

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Electronic Manufacturing Embraces IoM at APEX 2016

Electronic Manufacturing Embraces IoM at APEX 2016

Last week in Las Vegas the electronics industry’s great and good gathered to explore the latest developments, and while there were the usual incremental evolutions as products are getting faster, more efficient and in many cases cheaper, there was little revolution.  The area, however, that did show substantial progress and the highest level of interest was that of smart and connected manufacturing or IoM (Internet of Manufacturing), as we know it in the Americas.

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Jason Spera talks Industry 4.0 with Kim Sauer at APEX 2016

Jason Spera talks Industry 4.0 with Kim Sauer at APEX 2016

In an interview with Kim Sauer, filmd at APEX 2016 in Las Vegas, Jason explains how Industry 4.0 goes beyond communication around the SMT line and highlights how materials management is a key component a fully integrated SMART Factory approach.

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Robots and Re-Shoring – Can Robots Save Jobs?

Robots and Re-Shoring – Can Robots Save Jobs?

It’s an odd premise but more than one person at APEX in Las Vegas told me that robots could be part of the drive to save manufacturing jobs in places like the USA where labor rates are higher.

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Some of My Best Friends are Engineers

Some of My Best Friends are Engineers

It doesn’t matter which tech company you admire, engineers largely start them all, be they hardware guys like Steve Wozniak, or software guys like Mark Zuckerberg.  Imhotep, who many refer to as the first civil engineer, built the pyramids.  The Wright Brothers we’re the creators and fathers of the aviation industry, which we now take for granted.  Leonardo da Vinci was quite the engineer, sometimes credited with inventing the helicopter and the parachute, and a decent painter to boot, having knocked off The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa between engineering projects.

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Could ‘Industry 4.0’ be ‘Made in China 4.0’?

Could ‘Industry 4.0’ be ‘Made in China 4.0’?

There’s no doubt that Industry 4.0 has been top of the agenda for the electronics manufacturing industry in Germany for a couple of years now.  Elsewhere less so, but now the debate around this topic seems to be gaining momentum in China and with the launch of their own ‘Made in China 2025’ initiative China is looking to move from being the world’s largest manufacturer to the world’s best.

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The Art of Vendor Selection – top ten hints

The Art of Vendor Selection – top ten hints

Alibaba and DigiKey is not a supply chain strategy!  So what are the ten most important things to consider when developing an outsourced manufacturing solution and the supply chain that surrounds it?

At Riverwood we see all kinds of supply chains, good, bad and darn right ugly.  We see more vendors than most, and we visit an unhealthily large number of factories in all the world’s manufacturing geographies.  Here’s a little of what we’ve learned along the way and what we like to consider with clients when we start the vendor selection process.

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Will 2016 be the year that IoT really impacts upon the electronic manufacturing supply chain?

Will 2016 be the year that IoT really impacts upon the electronic manufacturing supply chain?

The first industrial revolution was built on machines lubricated by oil, the current revolution is built on computers lubricated by data, and just as those who controlled the sources and distribution of oil became rich and powerful in the last millennium, those controlling data are gaining influence now.

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