The doeet MES system can be connected to any machine in the pharmaceutical industry or SCADA directly or through external elements (PLC). The implementation of doeet is carried out by experts in Industrial Organization. Our goal is to leave the system ready to work and fully configured, allowing linking with the company’s ERP.
The problems of the pharmaceutical Industry
that we solved with the doeet MES system.
- They do not know in real time the batches of raw materials used in the production of the products.
- It is very complex to obtain batch information used to manage customer nonconformities and cross-reference that information with supplier batches.
- The machine parameters are not connected to the production order to trigger alarms or warnings when the established ranges are not met.
- A lot of quality and traceability information still exists on paper and it is a lot of rework to enter it back into the ERP or DB.
- It is very complex to know the productivity of the packaging lines and to establish a real-time planning.
Advantages of doeet in the pharmaceutical industry 4.0
Identification of raw material, auxiliary and boxed batches.
Validation of dates and quality of raw materials.
Traceability control of semi-finished and finished products.
Monitoring of manufacturing and packaging parameters.
Our solutions for the pharmaceutical 4.0 industry
- Batch control of raw materials used in each manufacturing order.
- Unit Traceability Control.
- Sending information to the printer/batcher automatically.
- Printing of management labels.
Quality through a MES system
- Performing quality controls and plant checklists on touch-screen terminals.
- Quality self-monitoring record linking to weighers, metal detector, machine vision.
- Recording and visualization of the existing manufacturing parameters in the machine.
- Elimination of paper parts
Productivity and Production
- Know the Productivity of your manufacturing and packaging lines (OEE).
- Knows machine stops, actual speeds.
- Compare the productivity of shifts, operators, raw materials, etc.
- Controls the time spent in the preparation of reactors, mixers, etc.
- Control of packaging orders.
- Control of manual auxiliary operations (packaging, packing, etc.)
- Economic calculation due to downtime, speed reductions, productivity, etc.