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The information exists as data and tools distributed throughout the factory. FIMS provides access and organization to draw resources from across the factory and to present the results in formats that help managers. Figure 12 illustrates the connectivity of the various software packages in the FIMS architecture. Defects are a very serious manufacturing problem, and reducing defects will improve the yield and the competitiveness of the factory. An important payoff from CIM is the ability to perform on-line statistical quality control (SQC) to reduce defects in a timely manner.

Using a LAN and the FBE middleware, the FIMS connects the participants to (1) shop floor control, (2) process equipment control, (3) product data management, (4) process modeling, and (5) support tools. Workstream from Consilium is a complete factory floor control system. It generates and maintains process instructions and handles recipes for automated machine control. Workstream provides the following functions: (1) Work-InProcess (WIP) tracking, (2) data collection from workcells, labor times, losses, rework, (3) directing data from design cells-to-processes-to-databases, (4) transferring data from databases for analysis, and (5) interacting with the process control software that controls equipment.

Managing the enterprise information is a mission-critical and challenging task. System engineering principles provide the basic tools for managing the information of the enterprise. The following section takes as an example a CIM factory and applies the preceding system engineering principle to the design of the factory information management system. INTEGRATION OF FACTORY INFORMATION Computer integrated manufacturing represents our best approach to staying competitive in a global economy. System engineering principles are used to determine the range of products to be made, the factory capacity, and the factory building blocks.

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