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Manufacturing Software Conference Registration now open

Sign up now. See you in Raleigh May 19-20 at deployCamp. Registration is now open. I described the early thoughts about this new kind of manufacturing software conference last month. It is sounding really cool. This year, they’ll emphasize Schneider Electric Wonderware’s System Platform development. In future years, the organizers plan to expand the discussions.

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Manufacturing Software in the Cloud Supports Innovation

I no more had outlined the post generated from Tim Sowell’s latest blog post, when an invitation arrived to talk to the General Manager of Scott Fetzer Electrical Group (SFEG) and the CEO of ERP manufacturing software supplier Kenandy about an application based on the salesforce.com platform which is so easily configurable that even the […]

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Systems Integration and Configurable Manufacturing Software

Tim Sowell, Schneider Electric Fellow and Vice President, is always thinking two or three steps ahead of the rest of us. His weekly blog is on my must-read list. This week he tackles the future role of systems integrators—assuming that manufacturing software becomes much more configurable out of the box (therefore requiring much less custom […]

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Manufacturing Software Supports Wearable Technology

Schneider Electric has released Wonderware SmartGlance 2014 R2 mobile reporting manufacturing software. The updated version includes a host of new features including support for wearable technologies, a modern user interface for any browser, self-serve registration, support for multiple time zones for a global user base and full import and export capabilities for even faster deployment. […]

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Manufacturing Software Better Integrated With Digital Manufacturing

This trend in manufacturing software I expect to see accelerated as we move through 2015. Although not everyone is sanguine about the efficacy of fully integrated (if indeed that is even possible) design to manufacture software. Even so, here is yet another first step. Apriso 9.7 is now available from Dassault Systèmes, with enriched integration […]

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Manufacturing Software News-MESA and OAGi

This is an interesting announcement. One organization writes white papers and otherwise disseminates MES knowledge; the other is a standards setting organization. Although MESA did absorb WBF when it was left without a home. WBF was the developer of B2MML. All three of the organizations have contributed to the OpenO&M Initiative and to the OGI […]

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Open Source Tools Development For Manufacturing Software

There is a place for closed, proprietary manufacturing software. But standards and open source have proven to be a perfect way to solve additional integration and development problems for integrators and end users. And maybe add some excitement, enthusiasm and innovation, as well. This post began from a ping on Twitter. Then an email conversation. […]

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Siemens PLM Expands Manufacturing Software Portfolio

Furthering consolidation of the MES space, Siemens (the PLM division) announced agreement to acquire manufacturing software developer Camstar Systems. Siemens, in its press release, says “the acquisition will build on Siemens’ industrial digitalization strategy by broadening its integrated product development and production automation solutions for the electronics, semiconductor and medical device industries.” I am a little surprised by the announcement, because […]

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