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AVEVA™ Batch Management

(Formerly Wonderware InBatch)

AVEVA Batch Management (formerly Batch Management) is control system independent batch management software that can be used for the most complex batching processes that require a high level of flexibility. Consistent with the ISA-88 standard on batch control, it offers deep batch management capabilities including recipe management, batch execution management, material genealogy, electronic batch records, stringent security, web-based reporting and the ability to facilitate the design and implementation of systems that are compliant with Life Science industry regulations.

Flexible Batch Software

  • Consistent quality to recipe specification
  • Reduce risk associated with complex products and product variations
  • Increase asset utilization and operational efficiency
  • Empower process engineers to create and modify recipes
  • Faster time to market for new products
  • Reduce cost of regulatory compliance
  • Multi-site recipe and batch management standardization

Excel at Automating Complex Batch Processes

AVEVA Batch Management is control system independent software designed to effective model and automate Batch Processes

batch management vertical market

Pharmacy

Chemical

Food & Beverage

HealthCare

batch management capabilities

Batch Management provides recipe execution management and automatic capture and storage of all batch execution data. It associates the batch execution and equipment history with full product genealogy and material traceability. The control-system-neutral software empowers process engineers to methodically and safely create and modify recipes without any expertise in the underlying control system.

Flexible Batch Software

Batch Sequencing / Scheduling

Multi Product, Multi Stream

ISA-88 Process Model

Material Management

Plant Modeling

Traceability

Transfer Management

Batch Management

Batch Scheduling

Batch Execution

Batch Validation

Recipe Management

Recipe Export/Import

Recipe Versioning

Recipe Comparison

Electronic Batch Record

Batch History

Web-based Reports

Regulatory Compliance

FDA CFR 21 Part11

cGMP Annex 11

Beyond ISA-88

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Batch Scheduling

A batch is scheduled by entering campaign, lot, batch ID, and the desired batch size. A recipe and the train need to be selected.
The batch scheduling function maintains a list of batches to be produced. The user can opt to select any listed batch for execution unless the system has been configured to enforce batch execution in order.

Batch Execution

The Batch Manager directs and supervises the processing of each batch by interpreting a recipe and enabling the control system. Based on the recipe procedure, the Batch Manager activates phases to run. Before activating a phase, the Batch Manager verifies that the phase is ready to be processed. If so, phase parameter values are downloaded and the phase is started. The Batch Manager also interfaces with the batch display modules to provide operators with information enabling interaction on the batches running in the system.

Capability Validation

Validation includes verification of recipe existence in the database, process model and materials references, that equipment requirements are satisfied by the train and the batch size fits into the allowed boundaries.

Recipe Configuration

Recipe configuration and management is coordinated in accordance with the guidelines outlines in the ISA-88 Batch Control Standard”, supports all three sub levels of the recipe procedure and provides a graphical environment to configure, copy and modify master recipes.
A master recipe may or may not be size specific and can be assigned to any process line that fits the equipment requirements defined in the recipe. All formula quantities for ingredients, intermediates, by-products and finished goods are configured as either actual quantities or scalable as a percent of the batch size.

Recipe Versioning and Comparison

AVEVA Batch Management maintains the history of a master recipe with date and time stamp, author name, and optional comments. Up to five levels of recipe approvals can be implemented.
The provided recipe comparison functionality allows analyzing the differences of two selected  recipe version documents in an interactive drill down report. A “print report” function allows you to print a comparison report.

Recipe Import/export featuring BatchML

The Recipe Editor features a BatchML standards-based XML file import and export that allows you to move or share recipe information between multiple Batch Management or third party systems.

Batch History

AVEVA Batch Management software automatically captures and stores all data associated with the batch execution. This includes material genealogy, batch events, phase events and equipment arbitration, including allocation and release, equipment status changes, operator actions and comments, any alarms associated with a particular batch and a complete trail of all security system events.

Batch Reports

AVEVA Batch Management software includes a comprehensive set of 25 Webbased production reports. The Batch Management Server can automatically trigger reports during batch execution or at the end of a batch. Reports can be customized to help users easily schedule, generate and view batch reports within a browser.

Material Management and Traceability

  • Materials are defined as ingredients, intermediates, finished goods, by-products and others, and include the characteristics of each material.
  • The batch manager uses the materials’ location data to access specific details, such as ingredients during the manufacture of a batch.
  • The system updates the material database when ingredients are used and when intermediates and finished goods are produced.

Modeling

  • Process Model Editor is made up of units, process classes, connections, transfer classes, process, and transfer-phases.

Batch Management

  • The Batch Management server hosts a process model, material details, and recipe information
  • Coordinates concurrent batch execution across networked equipment and facilitates operator interaction
  • Manages batch execution either by connecting directly to a control system or via System Platform integration
  • Multiple servers can share a single batch history database
  • InBatch facilitates the deployment of solution architectures to meet the needs of critical batch applications and high availability
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Transfer Management

  • Batch Management offers a unique process capability model, which goes beyond ISA-88
  • Including connections to the equipment model and managing transfer phases
  • Enables the batch engine to manage flexible product paths
  • Allowing simultaneous multi-product and multi-stream batch execution on shared equipment
  • Documenting all material flows with detailed material traceability records

Regulatory compliance

  • Applications and solutions that comply with regulations such as FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and Eudralex Vol.4 Annex 11
  • Enforcing batch sequencing and “done-by” and “check-by” security adds an electronic signature in the batch record
  • Built-in security and material management capabilities (including material consumption, movements, and inventory levels)
  • Contribute to a detailed electronic batch record (EBR) that complies with regulatory requirements of computer systems used in manufacturing

Control System Neutral

  • Real-time communication to any control system or plant floor device through our device integration servers
  • Provides object templates for units, connections, segments, and phases
  • Model import utility that automatically builds and synchronises the InBatch process model with the System Platform plant model
  • Making batch execution information directly available to Historian, MES, Workflow Management, and other applications.

Flexible Batch Software

  • Batch Management provides recipe execution management and automatic capture and storage of all batch execution data
  • Associates the batch execution and equipment history with full product genealogy and material traceability
  • The control-system-neutral software empowers process engineers to methodically and safely create and modify recipes without any expertise in the underlying control system
  • Model-based – Easy recipe creation – Consistent with ISA-88
  • Beyond ISA-88 – Connection & Transfer Management
  • Recipe import/export/version history using
  • Comprehensive production history
    Electronic Batch Record and Material genealogy, Web based reports
  • Scalable System Architecture – single node to large systems,  integration with Wonderware System Platform
  • Efficient Batch supervision and governance including standard operating procedures for manual operations.
  • Security options and support for FDA CFR21 Part11 compliant implementations
  • Built-in Hot-Redundancy concepts
  • Supports Virtualization with High Availability and Disaster Recovery

Flexible Batch Software

Batch Management provides recipe execution management and automatic capture and storage of all batch execution data. It associates the batch execution and equipment history with full product genealogy and material traceability. The control-system-neutral software empowers process engineers to methodically and safely create and modify recipes without any expertise in the underlying control system.

Regulatory compliance

AVEVA Batch Management provides comprehensive capabilities to facilitate the design and implementation of systems, applications and solutions that comply with regulations such as FDA CFR 21 Part 11 and cGMP Annex 11.

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