Discover the new user experience to streamline shop floor operations
This release offers an updated look and applies the latest Siemens user experience. For a harmonized offering across Siemens, Opcenter SC SMT moves to a year and month-based version numbering. Therefore, version number 2204 follows version number 16.1.
Using Opcenter SC SMT helps factory planners generate production schedules while adhering to a dynamic manufacturing environment and considering frequent, real-time changes that occur in the manufacturing stage, especially in high-mix, low-volume (HMLV) production or when introducing a new product.
Main features of this version:
- New Siemens UX user experience
- Schedule timeline export and print out
- Discover the new user experience to streamline shop floor operations
- Get started quickly with the new home view
- Leverage simplified and efficient import and export flows
- Enjoy a modern look and feel
- Access new user-customizable schedule timeline export and print out
Already using Opcenter Scheduling SMT? See what’s new in version 2204.
Intuitive, easy-to-use production scheduling
Set up your constraints using a simple yet comprehensive model that allows you to quickly set up all surface mount technology (SMT) and manual stations in your factory as a basis for conducting simulation. You can easily control optimization parameters, such as due dates, production time and changeovers, and then compare different scenarios. You can then choose the schedule that best fits your needs.
Learning more about Opcenter Scheduling SMT and its unique capabilities has never been easier. I’d like to invite you to test drive our solution in a free trial in which everything has been made ready for you. The trial environment includes exercises with detailed steps that will show you first-hand how to get optimal results in a challenging environment.
Opcenter Scheduling SMT, which is part of Xcelerator, the comprehensive and integrated portfolio of software and services from Siemens Digital Industries Software, combines data from three sources: (1) machine, line configurations and resource availability from the shop floor, (2) work orders, schedules and work hours from the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and (3) material availability and location from the supply chain. The combination of the three enables accurate short-term scheduling. Find out more about Opcenter Scheduling SMT.