The client was interested in documenting production procedures and usage patterns of his products or of parts that are used in assembling his products for the purpose of:
A. Identifying defects in the production lines.
B. Identifying defects in product design.
C. Proactive identification of faults.
Significant parts group:
We identified the most significant parts group, which the focus needs to be on, by two criteria: Part cost and the implication of its failure to the machine productivity.
For every part and part, we identified its relevant data resources that included: manufacturing procedures, end of production quality checks, usage amounts, RMA procedures, and registration of failed product investigative procedures.
Reports required for daily routine activity and statistical reports.
A laboratory system:
Development of a registration and collection solution for tests executed at a laboratory that covered all inspection stations.
We developed a registration and management system for registration of inspection procedures in the laboratory.
We developed a central data warehouse with data extraction processes from the data sources previously mentioned.
We built a report system (Self Service BI), above the data warehouse, which allowed the client to investigate the data and prepare reports independently. The data warehouse enables utilization of a variety of tools for advance statistical analysis.