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AVEVA MES Quality Training

Course description

Manufacturing Execution System Quality is a 3-day, instructor-led class designed to provide a fundamental understanding of the features and functionality of the Manufacturing Execution System - Quality software. The course provides lectures and hands-on labs to show you how to configure and deploy a data collection system, which analyses and reports on quality management data using a Sample Recording Object (SRO).

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Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain what Manufacturing Execution System - Quality is
  • Describe the relationship between Manufacturing Execution System - Quality and Manufacturing Execution System - Operations
  • Use the Wonderware MES Client application to define quality management specifications including: frequency, sample plans, and characteristics
  • Configure a Sample Recording Object (SRO)
  • Build a Sample Viewer control
  • Build a Control Chart interface with ArchestrA graphics
  • Use Wonderware Intelligence to view ArchestrA reports

3 Day Course
£1800 / €2350 / $2350
Available virtually

2024 Available Dates


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  • Application developers, engineers, system integrators, consultants, and other individuals who need to use Manufacturing Execution System - Quality in their manufacturing or other processes


  • Completion of an Application Server course
  • Completion of an InTouch for System Platform course
  • Completion of an Manufacturing Execution System - Operations course
  • Manufacturing industry experience



Module 1 – Introduction

Section 1 – Course Introduction

This section describes the objectives of the course, intended audience, prerequisites, and the course outline.

Section 2 – System Platform Overview

This section explains the architecture, components, and services that comprise the System Platform and its Clients.

Section 3 – Manufacturing Execution System - Quality Overview

This section provides an introduction to Wonderware Manufacturing Execution System - Quality, as well as the concepts and terminology associated with it. The relationship to Wonderware Manufacturing Execution System - Operations will also be covered.

Section 4 – System Requirements and Licensing

This section describes the hardware recommendations, software requirements, and licensing for Wonderware Manufacturing Execution System - Quality.

Module 2 – MES Client Configuration

Section 1 – MES Client

This section describes the interface of the Wonderware MES Client application. The configuration within Wonderware MES Client for implementing Quality plans is also included.

Section 2 – System Platform Configuration

This section explains the necessary preparation of the System Platform. This section also describes the importing and implementation of the Sample Recording Object and the building of the Entity Model.

Section 3 – Further Preparation for Manufacturing Execution System - Quality

This section provides the MES database preparation needed prior to setting up the Quality functionality. This includes verifying the Entity Model, defining units of measure, and creating shifts.

Module 3 – Manufacturing Execution System - Quality Configuration

Section 1 – Sampling Configuration

This section explains the need for adequately building your QM Specification in Wonderware Manufacturing Execution System - Quality. The requirements for a Sample Plan, including frequency, Characteristics, and quality management specifications are included.

Section 2 – The Sample Viewer Control

This section describes how to build and implement the Sample Viewer Control. This includes an explanation of how to use .NET controls as an ArchestrA graphic for use in an InTouch application and how to view a Basic Control Chart.

Section 3 – Verified Writes

This section illustrates how to configure verification of writes to Sample Plans.

Section 4 – Automatic Data Collection

This section illustrates how to automatically collect System Platform data by configuring a Sample Recording Object in the Galaxy.

Section 5 – Causes

This section illustrates how to create cause groups and causes and link them to characteristics.

Section 6 – Shift-Based Data Collection and Binary Attributes