Automation of ICE Production Planning

Emil Lutcerovich Khaziev, Lenar Ajratovich Galiullin

Automation of the workplace by calculating several of the most optimal technological routes out of the many possible stages of production preparation at the ERP within the framework of a unified information system at the enterprise will significantly reduce the complexity of input, control, processing, data analysis, and therefore reduce the time spent on work, reduce the number of staff reduce the costs of the enterprise for the wages of workers. Prior to the implementation of the software providing the calculation of the optimal possible alternative routes at the ERP level, 3 engineers were involved in the data processing, while the data was calculated manually, but the optimal calculation option was not guaranteed. This in turn delayed the process of obtaining the final result. With the development of the enterprise, an increase in the volume of products and the number of orders leads to an increase in the required number of engineers. After the implementation of the software, one engineer will be engaged in this work. In addition, the software improves the efficiency of obtaining information, the accuracy of calculations, increases the visibility of the state of technological equipment and the movement of material assets, and facilitates control.

Volume 11 | 08-Special Issue

Pages: 1771-1774