We are excited to announce the availability of Siemens Opcenter APS 18.1!
Siemens Opcenter APS introduces three new tools for maintaining schedules without directly interacting with Siemens Opcenter Scheduling. In the scenario of a machine breakdown that negatively impacts production, if the failure is updated in a manufacturing execution system (MES), the new data can be imported into Siemens Opcenter Scheduling using the import / export console, the material control can be run using the standard material control (SMC) console, and an updated schedule can then be generated using the sequencer console. Data or schedules can then be exported to an external database or as a file.
Siemens Opcenter APS 18.1 brings you the following benefits:
- Maintain schedules without direct interaction
— Data import and export
— Material pegging
— Running scheduling rules
- Out-of-the-box integration with Siemens manufacturing execution
Already using Siemens Opcenter APS? See what’s new in v18.1
Siemens Opcenter APS 18 releases come with an updated look and feel, which aligns the product with the Opcenter portfolio. The updated look and feel comes with new icons throughout the product, along with a new color theme.
How good are you at scheduling? Try your skills with our interactive game, simulating the scheduling of bicycle or soda production in a factory.
Want to learn more? Siemens Opcenter APS products can be used for long-term strategic planning covering months and years, medium-term tactical planning with a few weeks planning horizon and for detailed sequencing and scheduling. Siemens Opcenter APS can be installed out of the box, and can be customized and configured where necessary. It can be used standalone to manage planning and scheduling, and is also designed for integration with other software such as ERP, MES, Data collection, Forecasting, Demand Planning and OEE applications. Find out more about Siemens Opcenter APS.