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WW OPS-04: Improve Production
Execution Consistency, Visibility,
Agility and Performance with
Wonderware MES
Jeff Barkehanai
Product Manager MES – Quality
Jeff Nuse
Sr. Product Manager MES
October 2012
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Agenda
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Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview

WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
Wonderware MES Software
• Operations, Performance, Quality management
– Reduces project scopes, risks, shorter time to value
– Enables step by step functional implementations
• Highly sustainable standard software
– Fast adoption of individual customer requirements
– Flexible, consistent enhancements in scope and size
• ArchestrA System Platform Integration
Wonderware
MES Software
Operations
Performance
– Leverages investments in System Platform and HMI
– Superior shop floor integration and connectivity
– Standardization and reusability of production
– Wonderware Applications real-time integration layer
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Quality
Wonderware MES Capabilities
Operations
Performance
Quality
Common
Bill of Materials
Quality Specifications
Inventory
Sample Plan Definition
Procedure Steps
Sample Plan Execution
Product Specifications / Parameters
Production Events Tracking
Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Data Collection
Equipment Utilization and Downtime
Labor Management
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
Certifications
Work Order Execution
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Wonderware MES 2012
• RTP August 31, 2012
• a.k.a. Version 4.5 / Wonderware MES Quality
• Includes approximately 200 Hotfixes since MES 4.0 Release
– 15 new ones since MES 4.0 SP2
• Existing MES 4.0 Operations and Performance licenses will work with
this version
– New license required to enable Quality functionality
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Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview
WW
MES QM – MES Client Configuration
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
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WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
Wonderware MES 2012 Release
Quality Management Functionality
Jeff Barkehanai
Product Manager MES – Quality
October 2012
© 2012 Invensys. All Rights Reserved. The names, logos, and taglines identifying the products and services of Invensys are proprietary marks of
Invensys or its subsidiaries. All third party trademarks and service marks are the proprietary marks of their respective owners.
Quality Management Functionality
• Specification Management – definition of product and process
specifications in the context of items, equipment, and operations
• Sample Plan Definition – what characteristics to collect and when
to collect them (e.g. time based, event based, etc.)
• Sample Plan Execution – execute sample plans, collect data
(manual, auto, or combination), and show status
• SPC
– Configurable Control Limits and Control Rules
– SPC charts
– Immediate Analysis and Feedback of Control Rule Violations
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QM Software Components
• Components Delivered for Quality Management
– MES Client Configuration Module
– Sample Viewer (data grid) .NET Control
– SPC Chart .NET Control
– Sample Recording Object (System Platform Object)
– Reporting Content
– MES Service update to generate samples based on frequency
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Features at a Glance
► Item and item category definition
► Entity & entity class definition
► Variable/Attribute definition
► Severity
► Quality Summary & Statistics
► Control Limits
► Measurement details with SPC
► Specification definition
Chart
Specification
Management
► Import specifications from external
source (ERP/PLM)
Sample Plan
Definition
Management
Quality Report
Management
► Shift
► SPC Charts (X-Individual, X-Bar-
R, Moving X, p, np, c, u, DPMO)
► Run rule violation trigger
► Time
Sample Plan
Execution
Management
Statistical
Process Control
► Additional operator data
collection (comments/
ignore/control move )
► Sample Naming scheme
► Sample plan frequency definition
Wonderware MES
Quality Mgmt
► Standard run rule selection
► Sample plan definition
► Event
► Import sample plan from external
source (ERP/PLM)
Lot Disposition
Management
► View / Record sample details
► Change lot status*
► Change routing*
► Sample collection notification
► Additional sample request generation
► Automatic sample collection
*These items are targeted for the second phase of the project
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Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview
WW
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MES QM – MES Client Configuration
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WW MES Core changes
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WW MES QM Module
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
MES Client Configuration
System Parameters
 Quality Management System Parameters
 Some added to Data Entry Group
 Approximately 25 new system parameters
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MES Client Configuration
System Parameters
 Quality Management System Parameters
 Display Group for Sample Result States and Sample Status
 Display Group for process stats and filter list in SRO
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MES Client Configuration
MES Attribute
 Available within the
Master Data Module
or Quality
Management Module
 MES Attributes Editor
 Enter Description
 Select Datatype
 Value and/or Note
MES Attribute
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MES Client Configuration
Category Class
 Available within the Master Config Module
 Category class Editor
 Enter Name and Description
 Optional Spare Fields
 Items belong to one or more Categories
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MES Client Configuration
Item Categories
Item Categories
Items
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Paperboard
Containers
Glass Bottles
Plastic Components
PET Bottles
PET Caps
MES Client Configuration
Archive / Purge / Restore
 MES Client APR
 Option added for Quality Management Historical data
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Sample table can be selected in configuration
Archive and Restore to be added in next release
Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview
WW
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MES QM – MES Client Configuration

WW MES Core changes

WW MES QM Module
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
MES Client Configuration
Quality Management Module
 New Quality Management Module
 Enabled through licensing
 Contains all Remaining QM Editors
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MES Client Configuration
Sample Plan Frequency Class
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Available within the Quality Management Module

Sample Plan Frequency class Editor
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Enter Name and Description

Select Frequency type (more later)

Optional Size multiplier and Disable flag

Optional Warning and Expiration time interval

Optional Spare Fields
Frequency Type Options
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Shift (Offset from start / end, time interval, and number of times)
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Calendar Time (time interval) – Can have fixed time of day / minute using offset start
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Red = later release
Blue = next release
How far in the future to predict is configurable with offset end
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Entity Run Time (time interval – will use utilization data 1st else job data)
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Entity Production (units, lots, or jobs and how many)
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Data Change (change in item prod / cons, change in BOM pos 0 lot number, utilization state change,
job start/end, inventory receipt, new spec, or step action)

Manual Event
MES Client Configuration
Sample Plan Frequency Class
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MES Client Configuration
Sample Plan Class
 Available within the Quality Management Module
 Sample Plan class Editor
 Enter Name and Description
 Verified write flag
 Runtime Sample naming convention and numbering reset option
 Optional Spare Fields
 Assignment of Sample Plan Frequencies to a Sample Plan
 Must have at least one
 May only have one of each type except data change type
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MES Client Configuration
Sample Plan Class
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MES Client Configuration
Characteristic Class
 Available within the Quality Management Module
 Characteristic class Editor
 Variables – Results Expressed as Floating Point Number
 Attributes – Results Expressed as Integer or pass/fail
 Common Fields
 Enter Name, Description, and Characteristic Type
 Unit of Measure and Display Decimals
 Filter analysis data by entity, item, job, S95 data, and Spare fields
 Severity (Unused, Not Monitored, Non-Key, Key, or Critical)
 Only Unused / Not Monitored for Attributes (will apply to all in
next release)
 Optional Spare Fields
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MES Client Configuration
Characteristic Class
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MES Client Configuration
Characteristic Class - Variable

Common Fields – but based on selection of Variable

SPC Rule Violation Chart Type (X-Individual-Moving Range, X-Bar-Range, XBar-Sigma, Moving Average – Moving Range, or Moving Average – Moving
Sigma)
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Automatic data collection (and delay between measurements)
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Sample Size (normal, minimum, and maximum)
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Also used to indicate individuals vs. grouped data
How to obtain control limits (calculated, standards, preset)
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If calculated, then number of samples to use

And how many samples must exist before calculating limits
Variable Specific Fields

Sigma estimate options

Number of Samples for Moving Average
MES Client Configuration
Characteristic Class - Attribute

Common Fields – but based on selection of Attribute

SPC Rule Violation Chart Type

Binary Attribute (p or np)

Counted Attribute (c, u, or DPMO)

Automatic data collection

Fixed Sample Size OR
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Variable Sample Size (minimum and maximum)
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Red = later release
Blue = next release
Also if it is copied from previous value or not
How to obtain control limits (calculated, standards, preset)
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If calculated, then number of samples to use

And how many samples must exist before calculating limits
Counted Attribute Specific Fields

Number of Defect Opportunities OR

Text Value Associated with Integer (List Variable)
MES Client Configuration
QM Specification Class
 Available within the Quality Management Module
 QM Specifications class Editor
 Enter Name, Description, and Version number
 At least One (1) of the following context fields
 Entity / Entity Class
 Item / Item Category
 Process and Operation
 Default Sample Plan
 Default Number of Samples per page for SPC chart
 Optional Start effectivity date and end effectivity date
 Optional SPC Run Rules to use
 Optional Causes to use
 Optional Spare Fields
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MES Client Configuration
QM Specification Class
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MES Client Configuration
QM Specification Class
 Assigning Causes or Cause Group
 Similar to Assigning Control Rules
 Can select entire Group to pick all causes
 Can pick individual causes
 All selected causes will apply to all characteristics
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MES Client Configuration
QM Specification Class
QM Specification
QMSpec1
Entity
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QMSpec2
Bottle lines (Entity
Class)
Item
Containers (Item
Category)
Sample Plan
Bottle Production
Labeling
Characteristics
Contamination
Solids
pH
Volume
Defects
Misaligned
barcode read
Scratches
Adhesion
Horiz. Location
MES Client Configuration
Cause and Cause Group Classes
 Available within the Quality Management Module
 Cause class Editor
 Enter Description
 Cause Group
 Display Sequence
 Optional Spare Fields
 Cause Group class Editor
 Enter Description
 Display Sequence
 Optional Spare Fields
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Depiction of MES QM Hierarchy
Name
Description
Version desc
Effective Date
Item / Item Category
Entity / Entity Class
Process / Operation
Spares
QM Specifications
N
N
N
1
1
N
QM Spec Rule link
Sample Plans
N
1
QM Spec Attr link
N
QM Spec Char link
USL / Target / LSL
Min / Max Data Entry
Severity override
SPC overrides
Specification
Sample plan overrides
N
N (1 of each type)
N
Each Characteristic in a
QM Spec will have:
Name
Description
Type
Multiplier
Warning / Expiration Times
Frequency values
Sample Plan
Frequencies
N
1
Characteristics
N
N
Char Attr link
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Name
Description
Runtime Naming scheme
Spares
Status
Name
Description
UOM
Severity
Spares
SPC settings
Display formatting
Calculations
Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview

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WW
MES QM – MES Client Configuration
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
MES Service
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MES Service is responsible for generating sample requests based on time
Configurable System Parameter for when to check for updates
Only checks on entities where can capture QM data is set
Will monitor for Sample Frequencies based on:
 Shift (Offset from start / end, time interval, and number of times)
 Calendar Time (time interval)
 Production unit count
 When conflicting Characteristics exist, choose most specific based on:
 Operation
 Item / item class / parent item class
 Entity hierarchy
 If multiple versions of a QM Spec exist, the active one is based on start /
end effective dates.
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MES Service
 Multiple QM Specifications can be active at the same time
 If more than one have the same Sample Plan, then characteristics will
be merged in a single sample request
 If there are different Sample Plans, then different samples will be
generated
 If a characteristic is in multiple active specifications, then order of
specificity will dictate which QM Specification Sample Plan will be
followed
 MES Service will update Sample Status for:
 Ready Warning / Missed / Late
 Future samples are generated for the current shift
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For Calendar, there is an option to set Future Sample time range
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For Production Count, there is an option to set Future Sample time range
Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview

Slide 38
WW
MES QM – MES Client Configuration
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls

SPC Chart Control

Sample Viewer Control
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
MES .NET Controls
SPC Chart Control
Red = later release
Blue = next release
 Third party WPF control exposed as .Net for ArchestrA graphics
 Control Chart available now (with Histogram)
 Pareto Chart and standalone Histogram
 Exposing as many configuration fields as time allows
 Chart Type
 Chart Title
 Number of points / Points per page / Individual Measurements
 Show Primary / Secondary chart
 Show Primary / Secondary Histogram
 Refresh Rate
 LanguageID
 Support for various Chart Types as listed in Characteristic settings
 Display statistics on the chart
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MES .NET Controls
SPC Chart Control
 Filters on data for:
 Characteristic - required
 Site / Entity or EntID
 Item
 Work Order / Operation / Process
 Segment Requirement / Segment Response (S95)
 Start / End times
 Spare 1 - 4
 Can be launched from Sample Viewer Control or embedded
independently
 From Sample Viewer will use characteristic settings for filters
 Independent mode can select any option including chart type
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MES .NET Controls
SPC Chart Control
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Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview

Slide 42
WW
MES QM – MES Client Configuration
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls

SPC Chart Control

Sample Viewer Control
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
MES .NET Controls
Sample Viewer Control
 Data grid control for use in ArchestrA graphics
 Inherits from base class so has typical properties
 Specific Properties for the Control
 RequireEntityLogon
 EntityFilterRestriction (applies when Require Entity Logon is True)
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Filter Properties
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Current Entity
Current Entity or Storage Entities
All Logged On Entities
All Logged On Entities or Storage Entities
Sample Name
Sample Request Time (greater or less than)
Sample Status
User / Entity / Item hierarchy
MES .NET Controls
Sample Viewer Control
 Runtime grid will be in two parts
 Top Grid will display samples and expandable characteristics
 Sample Row
 Color Coded by Status (Ready / Warning / Expired / Future)
 Add column for status name and Sample ID
 Result State cell colored for worst characteristic data
 Characteristic row
 Color coded by result state
 Lower and Upper Specification cell colored if OOS
 Bottom Grid will show characteristics results
 All Characteristics results within the selected sample OR
 All results within the selected Characteristic
 Colored if OOS
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MES .NET Controls
Sample Viewer Control
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MES .NET Controls
Sample Viewer Control
 Specific Methods for the Control (button bar)
 Filter (to apply filter properties)
 Edit Sample
 Edit Results
 Pull Sample
 Unpull Sample
 ToggleSampleFinalFlag
 Cancel Sample
 Record MES Sample Attributes
 Record MES Result Attributes
 Launch SPC Control Chart for Selected Characteristic
 Specific Events for the Control
 SelectedRowChanged
 StatusChanged
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MES .NET Controls
Sample Viewer Control - Filter
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MES .NET Controls
Sample Viewer Control – Edit Results
 Edit Results in new pop-up grid
 Display of Characteristics to Add
 Rows for Multiple Measurements per Characteristic
 Ability to Add Additional Rows up to Max Sample Size
 Enforcement of Data Entry / Reasonable Limits
 Color Indication if Individual Result is Out of Specification
 Direction to Move when Entering data (next result or next
characteristic)
 Selection of whether Characteristics are in Rows or Columns
 Display of Reasonable and Specification Limits
 Verify User Credentials if necessary
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MES .NET Controls
Sample Viewer Control – Edit Results
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Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview

Slide 50
WW
MES QM – MES Client Configuration
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
Sample Recording Object
 Application Server Object for Interacting with WW MES Quality Mgmt
 Similar to UCO for Performance
 And OCO for Operations
 Associated with an Entity That Can Capture QM Data
 Displays Information on Current Samples
 Displays Information on Characteristics within Samples
 Allows Saving Contextual Data about a Sample
 Allows Saving Contextual Data about Characteristics within a Sample
 Allows Saving Characteristic Results within a Sample
 Provides Statistics and Alarms for Results
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Sample Recording Object
General Tab
 General Tab
 With Response is only option
 Default Delay Timer
 Auto reset
 Error Code / Error Message / Status
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Sample Recording Object
Sample Tab
 Sample Tab
 Number of Recent Samples to View
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Writable Sample object attributes for
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Each will have additional read only fields for Sample level information
Request / Warning / Expiry Times
Sample ID / Sample Name / Sample Status / Sample Result State
Job and Item Fields
Characteristic list
Priority
Spare Fields
Sample ID
Segment Requirement / Segment Response
Lot / Sublot
Operator and Event Time for Pulling / Finalizing Sample
Priority
Spare fields
Sample Recording Object
Sample Tab
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Sample Recording Object
Sample Tab
 Sample Tab (cont)
 Commands

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Record Sample Data
Record MES Sample Attribute Data Command
Finalize Sample Data
Generate New Sample
Reset
Sample Recording Object
Sample Tab
 Sample Tab (cont)
 List Control for MES Sample Attributes
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Add MES attributes for samples
For each attribute have writeable property for Value and/or Notes
Sample Recording Object
Characteristics Tab
 Characteristics Tab
 Writable Object Attributes

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Note
Cause Group / Cause
Control Move / Ignore Sample
Equipment
Operator

Configurable Object Attributes


Can Collect Result Data – disable collection for a characteristic
Can Collect Automatic Data – Enable / Disable / Use Configuration

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SampleSize reflecting number of ValueNumberXX fields added
Expose Statistics – which creates output attributes for 15 statistics
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Enable Attribute Characteristics for automatic collection
Always expose USL / LSL
Sample Recording Object
Characteristics Tab
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Sample Recording Object
Characteristics Tab
 Characteristics Tab
 Output attributes (Read Only)
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Statistics (Read Only)
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Unit Of Measure
Severity string and code
Default chart (string and code)
QM Specification and Start Effectivity Date
Lower and Upper Reasonable Limits
Min / Max / Normal Sample Size
Recent Sample ID
Lower and Upper Specification Limit
Min, Max, Mean, and Standard Deviation
Cp, Cpk, Pp, Ppk
Range and Range Bar
Percent Out of Specification
Total number of individuals and Samples
Sample Recording Object
Characteristics Tab
 Characteristics Tab (cont)
 Commands

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Record Sample Characteristic Data
Record Measurement / Result Data
Record MES Result Attribute Data
Reset
Sample Recording Object
Characteristics Tab
 Characteristics Tab (cont)
 List Control for MES Result Attributes
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Add MES attributes for each characteristic
For each attribute have writeable property for Value and/or Notes
Depiction of MES QM Sample Hierarchy
Sample
1
1
N
Sample
Characteristic link
1
1
N
N
Sample Char
Rule link
Sample ID
Characteristic ID
Rule ID
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Sample ID
Characteristic ID
QM Specification ID
Test Equipment
Note
Cause ID
Control Move
Ignore Sample
Sample Name
Sample ID
Job (Work Order, Operation, Seq No)
Lot / Sublot
Requested / Warning / Expiration
Times
Sample Status
Sample Result State
Spares
N
Sample MES
Attributes
Sample ID
Characteristic ID
Value Number
Value
Time
User
Result
1
N
Result MES
Attributes
Sample ID
Characteristic ID
Value Number
Attribute ID
Value
Notes
Sample ID
Attribute ID
Value
Notes
Agenda

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview

Slide 63
WW
MES QM – MES Client Configuration
WW
MES QM – MES Service
WW
MES QM – .NET Controls
WW
MES QM – Sample Recording Object
WW
MES QM – New Reporting Content
WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
Information Server Reports
Quality Summary Report
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Information Server Reports
Quality Summary Report
Slide 65
Information Server Reports
Quality Summary Report
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Information Server Reports
Quality Summary Report
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Information Server Reports
Quality Detail Report
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Information Server Reports
Quality Detail Report
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Information Server Reports
Quality Detail Report
Slide 70
Wonderware MES Quality Management
Roadmap
2013/14
Quality
QI Analyst
V 8.0 SP3
September 2012
2013/14
MES Quality Management
Release (MES 2012 v4.5)
QIA to MES
QM Migration
Mobility Intelligence
Q2 2013
WW MES Quality Mgt.
Cadence Release 1
2014
WW MES Quality Mgt.
Cadence Release 2
CY2012
! Dates are for guidance only and will change
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CY2013
CY2014
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Agenda
Slide 73

Wonderware MES 2012 Overview

Wonderware MES Quality Management Overview

WW MES Operations & Performance Roadmap
 MES
2012 R2 Slice 1
 MES
2012 R2 Slice 2
 MES
2012 R2 Slice 3
Wonderware MES Roadmap
Operations & Performance
MES 2012 R2
Jeff Nuse
Senior Product Manager – MES
August 2012
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7
Wonderware MES Overall Roadmap
Release
Start
Slide 75
Wonderware MES
Roadmap
MES 2012 R2
O&P Slice 1
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 1
• “Performance” measurements
– Middleware, Objects and Reports
– Information posted on WDN into an
updated MES Deployment Guide
• Documentation Updates
– Database Model MES 2012
– Middleware Guide
– Middleware Extensibility Guide
– Best Practices – Genealogy, Supply Chain Connector,
Bill of Materials, Transaction Control, Using Sessions
with the API, Archive/Purge/Restore, etc.
Start
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 1
• Middleware and MES Objects when Virtualized
– Hyper-V and VMWare
• High Availability - validation / documentation
• Disaster Recovery – documentation how to recover
• Live Migration – validation / documentation
• Failover / Redundancy of MES Objects
• Specific information for Wonderware MES
for concepts / techniques found in the WDN document
“ArchestrA System Platform in a
Virtualized Environment Implementation Guide”
Start
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Wonderware MES
Roadmap
MES 2012 R2
O&P Slice 2
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– Micro-stop handling – summarized reasons / durations – shift / hour
– Line Management
– OEE Calculations exposed in the UCO
• Alternate KPI’s – treatment of productive / non-productive; counts, etc.
– Imports of Configuration into UCO / “Partial Clone”
– Simplification of “Performance” for easy deployment
– Easy ArchestrA Workflow configuration from UCO
• MESDB and Galaxy Architecture changes
Start
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– High Speed status changes – Buffering at Object Level
Start
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MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 1
Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
• Same as Current UCO (default migration)
• All events logged & handled as previously
• Minimum time between events – 1minute
– Alarm / Workflow on Skipped Events
Change
UCO
Response
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Change
Middleware
Response
MESDB
MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 2
Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
• All events logged & handled as previously
– Buffering of Raw Reasons when Middleware cannot keep up
• Minimum time between events ~ 5 seconds
– Alarm / Workflow when Buffering due to slow response
Change
UCO
Response
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Change
Middleware
Response
MESDB
MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 2
Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
• All events over minimum time logged as today
• All RRC changes / Production tracked in Historian
– Automatic configuration of Historian to collect events
• Minimum time between events ~ Historian limit
• Extraction to MESDB from Historian
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Historian
UCO
MES
Historian
Extracter
Middleware
MESDB
MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– Micro-stop handling – summarized reasons / durations – shift / hour
– Restore “Minimum time before Activation” of Raw Reason Codes
Start
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– OEE Calculations exposed in the UCO
• Alternate KPI’s – treatment of productive / non-productive; counts, etc.
Start
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– Imports of Configuration into UCO / “Partial Clone”
Start
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– Line Management
Start
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– Line Management
Start
Slide 89
MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– Line Management
Start
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MES 2012 R2 Cadence Roadmap
O&P: Slice 2
• Performance / Utilization / OEE / Utilization Object (UCO)
– Easy ArchestrA Workflow configuration from UCO
Start
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MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 2
MESDB and Galaxy Architecture
Corporate
Plant n
Corporate
Galaxy
MESDB
MES Middleware
MES Objects
Slide 92
• Use Case 1
– Single Galaxy at
Corporate
– MESDB, MES Objects and
MES Middleware at Plants
MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 2
MESDB and Galaxy Architecture changes
Corporate
Plant n
MESDB
MES Middleware
Galaxy &
MES Objects
Slide 93
• Use Case 2
– Single MESDB at
Corporate
– Multiple Galaxies, MES
Objects and MES
Middleware at Plants
MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 2
“Multi-cultural localization”
• “Multi-cultural localization”
support on single MES installation
– MES Database and Middleware Server
• Single language
– English or German or …
– Clients running on French, German,
Spanish, Greek, Russian, Turkish,
Chinese, Japanese, etc.
• Support for the HotFix from EMEA
Start
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Wonderware MES
Roadmap
MES 2012 R2
O&P Slice 3
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MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 3
Operations - OCO
• Operations / Operations Object (OCO)
– High Speed transactions – may have buffering at the Object Level
– Easy loading of Bill of Materials into OCO
– Split OCO – Parent OCO / Child OCO
• Easier use of Templates in IDE
• Each child can have current functions (Counters, Specs., Inventory, etc.)
– Production Counter enhancements
• Increased reporting accuracy and changeovers
– Synchronize of OCO with database (running jobs, quantities, etc.)
• Start Job, End Job, Production, Consumption from external sources
– Easy ArchestrA Workflow configuration inside the OCO
Start
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Wonderware MES
Roadmap
MES 2012 R2
O&P Slice 4
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MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 4
MES Client
• Eliminate of “Configurator” and “Supervisor” – single environment
• Improved user workflow in MES Client
– Reduction in “mouse clicks” and cleaner “layout”
– Saved filters and default behavior for mouse click in Navigation Pane
– Better use of Ribbon Bar and additions to Grids / Properties Pane
• ArchestrA Workflow configuration in MES Client linked to the
Middleware
– Configuration of Workflows for information like:
• Approvals, notifications of additions / changes / deletions, etc.
Start
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MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 4
Reporting
• Reporting
– Creation of a Reporting “datastore” for MESDB
– Elimination of Manager reports – migration to SQL Server Reporting
Services
– Improvements in the current “reporting” controls
• OEE / Counts / Durations to ArchestrA Graphics
• Easier customization of look-and-feel for .NET controls
Start
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MES 2012 R2 O&P: Slice 4
Others…
• Stateless API – expansion
• Licensing improvements
• Installation
– Upgrade / Migration - made easier than current methods
• Live Migration, MES DLL’s, etc.
Start
Slide 100
Wonderware MES
Roadmap
Futures
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MES Cadence Roadmap
MES 2012 R2+: Futures
• “Labor” work – Validation / Documentation / Best Practices
• Handling of Reasons / Codes for multiple operator languages
• Clients and MES Controls Update - General Makeover
– Deliver a One-Click Extensible client to replace current “Operator”
– Browser based MES Operator Client based on Web Services
– Make controls easier to use with current devices - touchscreen use
– New device support – Tablets, Phones, etc.
– Using next generation tools for clients
Start
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MES Cadence Roadmap
MES 2012 R2+: Futures
• Validation / Documentation / Best Practices for integration to external
systems
– Wonderware Enterprise Integrator
– Plug-ins for SAP with MES
– Plug-ins for Microsoft Dynamics 2009 / 2012 with MES
Start
Slide 103
Wonderware MES 2012 R2
Feedback
MES
Steering
Groups
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Wonderware MES Steering Groups
For Wonderware MES 2012 R2
• Who?
– 5 to 10 of our MES users (both customers and implementers) for each area
• What?
– Provide feedback / requirements / reviews of specific areas of functionality
– UCO, OCO, MES Client, Reporting…
• When?
– Starting with beginning of MES 2012 R2 development
– Anticipate 2 to 4 hours per month
– Live meetings and SharePoint site
I have a number of volunteers, if interested, then send me an email:
[email protected]
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