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Welcome to the Montreal MIS Tutorial

MIS Tutorial : 

MIS Tutorial What is an MIS What is the MIS role in JDF Introduction Gray Boxes MIS Requirements Job Costing

CIP4 Reference Model : 

CIP4 Reference Model

CIP4 Reference Model : 

CIP4 Reference Model Product Definition / Intent Communication betweenprint customer and printer Fully “Intent-Based” Today: mostly non-JDF JDF used for job definitionin Quotes and Orders PrintTalk used for definitionof the business transaction CIP4 Product Definition WG

CIP4 Reference Model : 

CIP4 Reference Model Process Definition MIS managedenvironment MIS created initialjob (ID and Ticket) Purely“Process-Based” MIS creates “Process”nodes or “Gray Boxes” Production Managerexpands Gray Boxesto Process nodes JMF used for feedback

What is an MIS : 

What is an MIS Software TLAs: MIS: Management Information System ERP: Enterprise Resource Planning MES: Manufacturing Execution System The MIS role in JDF is all of the above Print MIS Systems Specific for Print Also provides information to management ;-)

What is the MIS : 

What is the MIS MIS is (possibly) the wrong term MIS is a Role not always a single system Main tasks: Created Quotations to customers Handles Customer Order Entry Creates Production Jobs and Job Tickets Does Production Scheduling Handles Material Logistics (stock and purchasing) Does Job Tracking and Job Costing Includes Invoicing (Billing) and Accounting

MIS and JDF/JMF : 


Before MIS : 

Before MIS Everything was manual Paper job tickets passed around Information about production written on paper At job completion, papers were filed .

Before JDF : 

Before JDF SFDC SFDC SFDC SFDC MIS MIS manages / tracks information about jobs Paper job tickets still passed around Information about production written on paper Option to have shop floor data collection terminals for capturing costing information in real-time At job completion, papers are filed Data captured by shop floor data collection stored / managed by MIS Much information managed / tracked by production systems still “hidden from MIS” .

MIS With JDF : 

MIS With JDF MIS passes data it knows to JDF-enabled production systems or integration system JDF-enabled production systems can add more data to the JDF ticket Production parameters Costing data General notes JDF ticket passed back to MIS Bridges the islands of information that used to exist .

MIS vs. Integration System : 

MIS vs. Integration System 2 Strategies of Workflow Implementation MIS as the leading system MIS controls individual devices directly Production Integration System as the leading system MIS passes control of individual devices to an integration system Integration system controls individual devices Products are generally either: an MIS that adds features of Production Control A Production Control System that adds features of an MIS

MIS and JDF : 

MIS and JDF MIS gets customer view of job (Intent) MIS converts Intent to Process by doing job planning, estimating and scheduling

MIS and JDF : 

MIS and JDF MIS creates the initial JDF ticket (Process) MIS submits JDF ticket to production MIS receives JMF for job tracking

MIS and JDF : 

MIS and JDF MIS receives JDF back after completion MIS submits JDF to next production step

Introduction to Gray Boxes : 

Introduction to Gray Boxes

Intent to Process conversion : 

Intent to Process conversion Customer’s view of job is description of “what” to produce not “how” to produce MIS needs to convert the “what” (Intent) into the the “how” (Process) For some Processes MIS can create full Process definition (all Resources) For many other Processes MIS does not have enough technical detail / knowledge Solution: Gray Boxes

Gray Boxes : 

Gray Boxes For many Processes the MIS does not know: The exact Processes required The exact order of the Processes The parameters of all Processes Examples: Pre-Press: Screening angles, Trapping params Result: MIS cannot create valid JDF

Gray Boxes : 

Gray Boxes Solution (in simple words): The MIS writes in the JDF what it knows = The Gray Box The production system add what it needs = Expanding the Gray Box By operator input or applying defaults The production system informs the MIS what it has done Using JMF Signals of type NewJDF

Gray Box - Example : 

Gray Box - Example Example from Pre-Press

Gray Box - Example : 

Gray Box - Example

Gray Box - Example : 

Gray Box - Example

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MIS Requirements

MIS and JDF/JMF : 

MIS and JDF/JMF JDF Replacement for “Paper job ticket” JMF and Audits Replacement for “Shop floor data collection”

Shop floor data collection : 

Shop floor data collection Staff time and attendance Complete record of staff time (9 to 5) Job costing Complete record of actual production cost Work in progress (WIP) Complete record of cost of jobs in production Equipment utilisation statistics Complete record of machine time Production and Non-Productive

JMF vs. Audits : 

JMF vs. Audits Audits are only available for jobs Productive time JMF can be used for job related time Productive time Up to JDF 1.3: Audits are the only accurate source of job costing data The reason for JDF snapshots up to JMF 1.3 From JDF 1.4: Reliable JMF Channels JMF only way to record non-job related time Non-Productive time

Work In Progress : 

Work In Progress Value of actual costs on jobs in production Like value of stock in warehouse Calculated on Daily, Weekly, Monthly basis Is used to calculate company’s profitability Used by accountants and auditors Must be very accurate close enough != good enough The reason for Audit snapshots in JMF 1.3 and Reliable JMF Channels in JMF 1.4

MIS / Production Interaction : 

MIS / Production Interaction Base+MIS-ICS Level 1 (Job Tickets Only) Job submission Returned JDF with Simple Audits Base+MIS-ICS Level 2 (adds Job Tracking) JMF Status Signals (fire and forget) Full Audits in JDF Snapshots and Returned JDF Base+MIS-ICS Level 3 (adds Job Costing) JDF 1.3: JDF Snapshots in JMF Signals JDF 1.4 (proposed): Reliable JMF Channels

JMF Signals : 

JMF Signals

JMF Signals : 

JMF Signals Status Signals Report Device and Job Status Used for Job Tracking Used for Job Costing (hours component) Resource Signals Report Resource Comsumption / Production Used for job Costing (material component) Used for Job Tracking (Plates been made?) Events / Notifications Report special events and milestones Used for Errors, Job Completion reporting, Archieving, etc

JMF Status Signals : 

JMF Status Signals Create JMF when: Device is switched on Every status change (begin of new phase) Idle [-> Setup] -> Running [-> Cleanup] -> Idle Every change of Shift and/or Operator A “heart beat” for long running jobs RepeatTime=… in Query / Subscription (Just before) Device is switched off

JMF Status Signals : 

JMF Status Signals JDF snapshot (1) Up to JDF 1.3: JMF Signals a “fire and forget” and therefore “unreliable” There is no guarantee that all Signals arrive at MIS WIP must be accurate, therefore MIS must get complete job costing information In JDF 1.3: JDF snapshot is only available mechanism to get accurate costs for jobs that have not yet been returned to MIS

JMF Status Signals : 

JMF Status Signals JDF snapshot (2) Must contain: Process node that is executing (not complete JDF if non-spawned JDF was received) Complete AuditPool including Audit for “this JobPhase”

JMF Reliable Signals : 

JMF Reliable Signals JMF Reliable Signals From JDF 1.4: JMF Signal channels can be made “Reliable” To guarantee that all Signals will arrive at MIS Signals must be acknowledged by receiver Signals must be repeated if not acknowledged From JDF 1.4: JMF can be used to get accurate costs for jobs that have not yet been returned to MIS

JMF Status Signal : 

JMF Status Signal

JMF Resource Signals : 

JMF Resource Signals Create JMF when: A Resource is (partly) consumed Media Paper, Plates UsageCounters A Resource is (partly) produced ExposedMedia Plates Preview Component

JMF Resource Signals : 

JMF Resource Signals

Thank You : 

Thank You

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