One of the many reports available in Evocon is the downtime report. The downtime report, that includes all gathered information on production stop reasons, can be analysed based on stations, products, operators or shifts. The report is structured so that users can easily understand collected data from machines, spot trends, discover opportunities for improvements and understand how each of the production stop reasons affects overall efficiency.
How does the production downtime report work?
- Go to Reports and choose “Downtime” from the report menu.
- Choose a timeframe that interests you.
- Select how to view downtime. Either based on stations, products, operators or shifts.
- Click on a data point to see more details. Learn more about drill down.
- Analyse how many times stop occurs (count) and how much time you lose (duration).
- See if operators have entered extra comments about stop reasons (notes count).
- Click on a stop reason for a detailed overview.
- Analyse selected stop reason details.
How to get more out of the production downtime report?
There are many ways you can enhance the analysis of the downtime report. Try them out and see what works best for you.
- Toggle production stops on/off on the chart to improve analysis.
- Use filtering to analyse the data that interests you most.
- Sort production data to improve analysis of downtime.
- Click on the total row in the data table to visualise aggregate information about downtime.
- Need a print handout for a meeting? Just click on the print icon.
- Export collected production data to Excel for further analysis.
- Change time format to modify how data is displayed.
If you have any questions about the downtime report, then contact our support.