The CAPEX and OPEX investment for IIoT-enabled MES solutions across the automotive, aerospace, medical devices, food & beverages, chemical, oil & gas, and pharmaceutical industries is expected to $1.64 billion and $0.97 billion respectively by 2022. Overall, the future MES solution will be interconnected with multiple platforms and come equipped with sophisticated functionalities that can handle adverse situations in the shop floor in real time.
The aim of this study is to analyze the future of manufacturing execution systems (MES) platforms and investigate the adoption of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)-based technologies in the production environment. The study also evaluates the impact of IIoT-based technologies in the process and discrete industries.
North America (NA): The United States of America and Canada
Europe and the Middle East (EME): Key countries: Germany, the United Kingdom, France, United Arab Emirates, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Belgium, Spain
Asia-Pacific (APAC): Key countries: China, Japan, India, Australia, South Korea
Rest of the World (ROW): Key regions-Latin America, Africa, and Russia
Key Questions Answered
- What are the key IIoT-based technologies driving the development of advanced MES platforms?
- What are the new business models and functionalities that are expected to be developed in the future MES solution?
- What is the influence of IIoT enablers on the MES architecture?
- What is the impact of IIoT-based MES platforms in the process and discrete industries?
- How will this help to satisfy end-user requirements?
- How do technologies such as Big Data analytics, cloud platform, cyber security, and smart devices impact the MES market?
- Key Findings
- Key Questions this Study will Answer
- IIoT - The Four Functional Facets
- Impact of IIoT on the Shop Floor
- Implications of IIoT Enablers on MES Platforms
- MES - Functionalities
- Evolution of Intelligent MES
- Advantages of MES
- End Users’ Expectations from MES
- Challenges to IIoT-Enabled MES Implementation
- Private but Integrated Clouds to Boost MES Platforms
- Predictive and Preventive Maintenance as Add-on Functionalities to MES Platforms
- Plug-and-Play Devices Enable Control on the Go
- Is Cybersecurity a Threat to Advanced MES Solutions?
- Investment Analysis Across Industry Verticals
- Technology Analysis in Industry Verticals
- Region-based Analysis
- Region versus Industrial Vertical Analysis
- Case Example in Automotive Industry
- Schematic of MES in Complex Manufacturing
- Shift Towards Sustainable Plug Play Connectors
- Bridging the Connectivity Gap with Effective Adaptors
- Extending MES Functionalities to Process Management
- Control on the Go through Smart MES Devices
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