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Future of MES—Impact of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) on MES Platforms

  • Executive Summary
    • Key Findings
  • Research Scope and Objectives
    • Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • IIoT-A Research Perspective
    • IIoT-The Four Functional Facets
    • Impact of IIoT on the Shop Floor
  • Evolution of MES Platforms
    • 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
  • Technology Adoption in MES Platforms
    • 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?
  • Distilling the Impact of IIoT-Enabled MES Systems Across Industry Verticals
    • 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
  • Visionary Companies-Developing Innovative Valueadded MES Functionalities
    • 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
  • Appendix
    • Additional Sources of Information on the MES Market

Future of MES—Impact of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) on MES Platforms

This Frost & Sullivan research service analyzes the impact of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies on Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES). This research also identifies some visionary companies that have developed best-in-class IIoT-enabled MES solutions. The manufacturing sector is shifting towards the execution of production operations in a dynamic fashion. This is attributed to the advent of several technologies based on IIoT. 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.


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