Standard training classes are offered on-site. Classes can also be tailored to suit individual needs.
- ANSI/ISA-95 Enterprise/Control System Integration - Overview
- ANSI/ISA-95 Enterprise/Control System Integration - Information
- ANSI/ISA-95 Models of Manufacturing Operations
- Batch Control Using the ANSI/ISA-88 Standard
Managing Corporate Product Definitions Using ANSI/ISA-88 General Recipes
This class is an overview of the ISA-95 and IEC/ISO 62264 standard for Enterprise System to Control System Integration. It describes the business reasons for the standard, the benefits that companies have achieved with Enterprise/Control System Integration, and an overview of the type of information that is exchanged between business systems (ERP, SCM, PLM) and manufacturing systems (MES, LIMS, WMS, and CMM). The class includes an overview of the XML schemas developed by the World Batch Forum, that are currently being used in business to manufacturing integration. (Code: BRL-95-OH)
class describes the ISA-95 and IEC/ISO 62264 standard for Enterprise
System to Control System Integration. It describes the information that
is exchanged between business systems (ERP, SCM, PLM) and manufacturing
systems (MES, LIMS, WMS, and CMM). Formal models for this information
are presented, including mapping of this information to SAP data
structures used in ERP-to-MES integration. The class includes a
detailed look at the XML schemas developed by the World Batch Forum,
that are currently being used in business to manufacturing integration.
Models of Manufacturing Operations
This class defines the emerging model of manufacturing operations defined in the draft ANSI/ISA-95 Part 3 standard. This model is an extension of the MESA model for MES and describes a common structure that is being used by multiple manufacturing companies to describe their production operations. The class also defines mapping of the model activities to different types of software solutions, such as MES, plant data historians, recipe management systems, and production analysis tools. The class also describes the activity model for quality lab operations, maintenance management operations, and inventory transfer operations. Multiple companies are using the ISA-95 Part 3 models to specify vendor systems in MES, maintenance, and quality. (Code: BRL-95-P3)
Control Using the ANSI/ISA-88 Standard
This class presents the ISA-88 standard for batch control systems. The class presents the concepts and implementation of batch control systems using the ISA 88 standard and the concepts of modular batch automation. The class covers the recipe-equipment separation required for flexible manufacturing, the S88 recipe hierarchy, the equipment hierarchy, and the methods for organizing equipment control for reusable and modular control. (Code: BRL-88-P1)
This class presents the ISA-88 Part 3 standard, General and Site Recipes. The class presents the management of corporate product definitions using the ISA standard for general recipes. General and site recipes and the elements that make up the recipes are defined. The class covers how general and site recipes are used within a manufacturing company. The class also covers the benefits of general recipe use, and how they relate to master and control recipes used in production. (Code: BRL-88-P3)
Dennis Brandl has been an instructor in batch control systems, business-to-manufacturing integration, control system and software design methodologies, object-oriented programming, validation, and regulated industry compliance for the past 17 years. Dennis is also an instructor at ISA, teaching multiple classes at ISA conferences, and was formally an adjunct professor at East Tennessee State University. Dennis Brandl has also been a leading participant in the development of the ANSI/ISA-88, ANSI/ISA-95, and NEMA ICS 12.1 standards. Dennis is well know for his dynamic and entertaining classroom style.
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