With an integration of Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS) & Manufacturing Execution System (MES) solutions, proper planning, execution, and operational visibility throughout the manufacturing process are optimized.
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Opcenter 2210 is now available! Check out the latest release notes for details about new features & benefits, and schedule your upgrade today!
Opcenter APS (Preactor) has an unbelievable amount of configurability. One important function that is quickly & easily modified to reflect your shop floor scheduling realities is the flexibility you have to adjust your Primary Calendars.
Watch this video explaining how Opcenter APS (formerly Preactor Advanced Planning & Scheduling) handles the unique sequencing requirements in oven/furnace scheduling.
Watch this demonstration of how Opcenter APS manages wave sequencing. This particular example highlights the challenges faced by food manufacturers in scheduling & sequencing batch jobs with multiple production steps in an environment with different products & numerous allergens.
The inescapable truth is that few, if any of us, were able to predict and plan for the Coronavirus scare, but none of us should have been surprised by the fact that the world is constantly changing.
The latest version of Siemens Opcenter (formerly Preactor) Advanced Planning & Scheduling has been released with version 18! Here’s what you’ll gain with your upgrade
When our clients are successful, we are successful, and here is the proof! Dan Hahn & Chris Brewer brought home 2 awards at the Siemens Digital Industries Software Partner Conference for LSI being recognized once again as Siemens’ top implementation partner in Opcenter (Preactor) Planning & Scheduling sales
This video demonstrates the Preferred Sequencing Rule withing Opcenter (formerly Preactor) Advanced Scheduling. The Preferred Sequence rule is an event-based sequencing rule that attempts to maximize utilization of resource capacity while also grouping together similar operations according to a hierarchy of attributes.