Start/stop Operations from Shop Floor Overview

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

It’s possible to start and stop operation directly on the shop floor overview page.

Before doing that, I’ll just show you my time collectors in here, I’m set up to be able to run multiple times, which could be possible if you have machinery working for you automatically.

But now I’d like to start/stop my time on operation number 15.

I know I’m running a setup time here, there’s a column you can show to see it’s a setup time.

And it runs now for 7 minutes, 20 seconds.

If I’m not working in this view, but I prefer to work in the shop floor overview picture where I can see all the operations that we’re working on so it gives me a better overview, it’s possible to start and stop directly in here.

So I can click the line on my operation and production order, the operation line, and from the menu. I could say start and stop.

And we’re talking about this setup time that I’m done with, and now it suggests the next action to be stop, and it logged 8 minutes and 10 seconds.

So if I’m stopping that, like I just did here, and I go back to check whatever happened in my time collectors.

I can see here that it entered or it finished my operation here by stopping it and also processing the time because it’s set up to directly process the time so it logged 10 minutes in here.

And the reason it logged 10 minutes, we’ll show you in another video, but you can set up the rounding methods.

So for instance, my actual exported time is set up with the rounding methods for 5 minutes.

So therefore it changed the 8 minutes to 5 minutes.