How productive is the plant? SCLE's Make Pavilion sessions focus on metrics & solutions for plant productivity
HOW PRODUCTIVE IS THE PLANT? SupplyChainLinkExpo ''Make pavilion'' sessions focus on metrics & solutions for plant productivity.
The Make portion of the supply chain often fails to get the attention it deserves, but if Make business processes go awry, the entire supply chain suffers. With this in mind, SupplyChainLinkExpo's Make pavilion sessions focus on the metrics, benchmarks, portal solutions, and standards relevant to plant information management. Read this report for an overview of specific metrics and solutions to watch out for.
Read more at www.manufacturingsystems.com/scle02/showdaily2b.htm
Control Engineering is working with four participants to do two technology webcasts focused on automation productivity. The two, free online events will be moderated by Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering's editor-in-chief. Immediately after the initial broadcast of each, viewers can participate in a question and answer session by following the on-screen directions.
The 11 a.m. (EST) Oct. 16 Make Pavilion Roundtable, "Everything you need to know on one screen," features Jamie Bohan, business manager for Honeywell Industry Solutions' Uniformance product line; Chris Colyer, Microsoft's group industry marketing manager for manufacturing; Kevin Roach, global solutions business vp for GE Fanuc, part of GE Industrial Systems. "Everything You Need To Know on One Screen" is sponsored by GE Fanuc.
Session details may be found at prescle2002.unisfair.com/Detail_Files/The_Digital_Dashboard.htm
The 2 p.m. (EST) Oct. 17 Make Pavilion keynote session features Tom Burke, OPC Foundation president and advisory software developer at Rockwell Automation, covering "Standard roadmap to manufacturing productivity."
Session details are at prescle2002.unisfair.com/Detail_Files/Standard_Roadmap_to.htm
Register now for SupplyChainLinkExpo at: scle2002.unisfair.com/reed/registration.jsp
Visit the conference and exhibit hall at: www.supplychainlinkexpo.com
Read more at Control Engineering's webcast area: www.controleng.com/webcast
TWO SIDES TO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT-Planning & execution software solutions propel efficiencies
Most complex topics have their ying & yang, and the supply chain management software market-with its two worlds of planning & execution-is no exception. SupplyChainLinkExpo attendees have a chance to hear from a panel of experts how these two sides of the supply chain software market are coming together, by tuning into the Plan pavilion roundtable, 'The Coming New World of Planning & Execution Software.' Read this report for insight into what this new world will look like, along with additional views from Larry Lapide of AMR Research.
Read the Show Daily from October 16 at: www.manufacturingsystems.com/scle02/showdaily1.htm
SupplyChainLinkExpo is a free online conference and expo targeted specifically for manufacturing and supply chain executives and managers. The live event takes place October 16-17. Join the conference and expo now at: www.supplychainlinkexpo.com
The premier sponsor is PTC. The Conference Hall sponsor is SAP.
Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Mark T. Hoske, Editor in Chief