As PV manufacturing ramps up across the U.S. and Europe, manufacturing execution systems (MES) offer advantages to an efficient and effective process. We will review trends in PV manufacturing and their significance for data management and learn about MES functions that are needed today for solar cell and module production.
As PV manufacturing ramps up across the U.S. and Europe, manufacturing execution systems (MES) offer advantages to an efficient and effective process. In this pv magazine Webinar, we are joined by experts from Kontron AIS, one of the leading MES providers for solar cell and module production.
We will review trends in PV manufacturing and their significance for data management and learn about MES functions that are needed today for solar cell and module production. Robin Schubert, product manager factory automation, and Frank Tannhäuser, senior sales manager factory automation from Kontron AIS will reveal the value of production data and software in an advanced manufacturing site and offer practical project examples for the use cases of MES.
Manufacturers will learn the benefits of high-performance data handling and operating effective production control software. Kontron AIS will demonstrate the efficacy of its virtual wafer tracking, equipment performance reporting, and production order management for an increasingly automated manufacturing process.
pv magazine Webinar content:
Insight into the relations between new PV technologies and production control software (MES)
Impact of trends on data volumes and resulting challenges
Practical solutions for production control in the PV industry (MES)
Solutions for new challenges (cloud ready, modern data architecture, connectivity)
Questions can be submitted beforehand in the comments window when registering or in the chat during the live webinar. Ryan Kennedy, editor at pv magazine USA, will be the moderator of this webinar.
Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.
Robin Schubert | Product Manager Factory Automation | Kontron AIS
Robin Schubert studied electrical engineering at the Dresden University of Applied Sciences. Started his career at one of Germany's oldest manufacturers of electric motors and generators in dimensioning and sales of drive systems. Now works since 2019 at Kontron AIS in the division of sales & product management of software solutions for factory automation.
Frank Tannhäuser holds a degree in Computer Science and has over 15 years of experience in leading and being part of sophisticated technology projects, developing products and enhancing processes in the manufacturing industry. He works now as sales representative for manufacturing and factory automation solutions at Kontron AIS.
Ryan Kennedy | Editor, pv magazine USA
Ryan joined pv magazine in 2021, bringing experience from a top residential solar installer, and a U.S.-based inverter manufacturer. He holds a degree in Management with a certification in Sustainable Business Practices from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and is currently pursuing a Master of Energy and Environmental Management degree at the University of Connecticut.
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