How we create APS concepts
APS means Advanced Planning and Scheduling. The APS complements the planning functions of the Beas Manufacturing Basic license with further functions for detailed planning. New or existing work order positions are calculated using predefined calculation types. Learn about the possibilities for creating APS scenarios, as well as how to work with sortings for prioritized calculations in APS and how to use directly scheduled resources.
Key benefits and features
Graphical visualization of scheduling results
» Table forms and Gantt charts (drag & drop options)
» Work order and resource-oriented views with critical situations, alternatives, etc.
Parameters & interdependence
» Resources / groups (machines, people, volumes, etc.) finite / infinite, alternative, parallel
» Tools, material availability
» Backward (material priority), forward (resource priority), manually per drag & drop
» Dissolving backlog, forward earliest possible end / delivery date, try to keep the end date
Workload optimization, sequence planning
Crating work plans, order queues per resource, group (pool list)