Farmington Hills-based Datanational Corp. said this week it has launched a redesigned Web site showcasing an enhanced version of PlantTalk:MES, specialized software delivering shop floor automation.
The Web site has been updated to distinguish between the specific vertical markets and to emphasize the functional process support areas.
Visitors to the Web site can now, more clearly, learn about the implementation of specific modules and their integration role with controlling and supporting the manufacturing operations at the shop floor level.
A manufacturing shop floor is where the heart of any manufacturing operation is; it is where parts are made, processes performed, orders assembled, shipments packaged and shipped, and revenue generated. With this understanding, Datanational developed PlantTalk:MES, a comprehensive and integrated manufacturing execution system.
PlantTalk:MES is designed to control and direct the operations at the shop floor level, assisting the shop personnel in getting their jobs done accurately and efficiently. This can be achieved by focusing on a very specific area of the operation, or can be implemented across the entire plant floor or extended enterprise. PlantTalk:MES is comprised of several modules that can be integrated as a whole or implemented separately, as dictated by specific requirements. The PlantTalk:MES version with a specific focus on the automotive industry manufacturers (suppliers) includes additional functions specific to JIT and sequencing requirements.
For more, visit www.planttalkmes.com.
More about Datanational at www.datanat.com.