New release of ProduceIT

ABB’s latest release of ProduceIT Batch, provides tighter procedural control for the production management component of IndustrialIT automation systems.

04/01/2003


ABB’s latest release of ProduceITBatch, provides tighter procedural control for the production management component of IndustrialITautomation systems. Advantages associated with tighter procedural control include improved consistency of manufactured products, so the ''best'' runs of product can be repeated again and again. ProduceITBatch permits configuring, scheduling, monitoring, and controlling multi-product and multi-path processes in support of making real-time decision support and control for individual batches of product. This improved visibility into and control of the manufacturing process results in increased overall product quality and production capacity. ProduceITBatch is compliant with current industry standards, such as ANSI/ISA S88 for batch control and enabling features in support of FDA 21 CFR Part 11 for electronic records and electronic signature. Its Procedure Function Charts (PFCs) follow S88 standards. Compliance to these standards improves recipe transportability and flexibility, simplifies validation, and makes software reuse easier, ultimately resulting in operational efficiency gain.

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