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MESA Members will get access to the final report. Please take the survey by June 7th. Thank you in advance for your time and for keeping the industry moving forward! What practices do industry experts recommend for different manufacturing types and supply networks? Is your management thinking and corporate culture outdated for the changing global market? Manufacturing companies have long been reluctant to adopt the "new" thinking for operations work processes, especially where intelligent systems are making task-level decisions based on operations rules and real-time inputs.
While plant equipment evolves continually, work processes supporting intelligent equipment are still primarily based on paper transactions to execute production orders, as if to say, "Our methods have worked for 20 years, why should we change them now? The very few best-in-class manufacturers globally use the new developments in intelligent operations methods.
The truly progressive ones have adopted these intelligent manufacturing developments most often through a trial and error process over years. These groups need to be exposed to the thinking and concepts of Manufacturing 2. Once manufacturing companies start asking for flexible MOM systems based on Mfg 2. This paper explores the four main perceptions and obstacles that the above-mentioned "best in class" progressive companies had to overcome to gain enterprise-wide acceptance of their MOM systems architecture as a corporate strategy. The paper discusses four obstacles or perceptions as proof that end user manufacturing technologists and vendors are not progressive in their thinking, but reactive.
Why MDM for Manufacturing? For each of these concepts, what they mean and where they fit are explored individually to expose manufacturing technologists to the concepts and the benefits of accepting and working toward this vision.
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