The future of production


New communication models will make it possible for production plants and logistics systems to basically manage themselves in the future. Cyber-physical systems that use the Internet to communicate with each other are used as the technical basis for this endeavour (Internet of Things). The product, for example, introduces its own production information into the manufacturing process in machine-readable form. Based on this data, the path of the product is controlled by the production plants and the individual process steps.

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Smart data instead of big data


MES is the information hub between management systems and automation. Standardised communication between these levels as well as the intelligence of the MES modules make it possible to generate ‘smart data’ from countless pieces of Information.

This newly created, production-wide process and plat intelligence always provides an up-to-date view of the most important production key figures and enables optimisation work to be implemented without causing any delays to the process. Orders are automatically passed on to the controllers and products and processes can be accurately traced by directly transferring the correct actual values.

Autexis IT develops, programs and implements the required software solutions. And we support our customers along the path to Industry 4.0’s smart factory with consultancy services, strategy development and training sessions.

Autexis MES solutions also pave the way to proactively conduct maintenance on your plants in order to avoid undesirable plant shutdowns ahead of time. Our mobile solutions make sure you keep to date about the current production performance and the state of your plants: anytime, anywhere.

Your benefits

  • Improved responsiveness leading to increased production capacity
  • Cost avoidance due to plant optimisation and reduction of rejects/defects
  • Reduction of operating costs due to process optimisation by means of automatic order transfer and chargebacks
  • Reduced plant shutdowns
  • Using synchronised planning and production processes to reduce sources of error
  • Improving process and quality data
  • Employee motivation due to simplified user interfaces for production
  • Scenarios and potential benefit analysis on the path to a smart factory
Our experience shows that you should start with only one or two plants most beneficial to business and then connect more production plants.

Our Partners

  • SAP SE (Manufacturing Suite)
  • SAP ME (Manufacturing Execution)
  • SAP MII (Manufacturing Integration & Intelligence)
  • IoT (Internet of Things)
  • Industrie 4.0

  • IoT (Internet of Things)
  • SAP ERP Implementation


  • Connecting Industrial Assets with the Enterprise
  • KEPServerEX OPC

  • Training
  • Consulting
  • Projektmanagement
  • Business Development

  • Industrie 2025

  • Lehrlinge