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Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial
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Discovery of Production Processes - Tutorial

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The attached demonstration includes some of the treasures which can be revealed by those who record their production data, and instructions for taking a self test-drive with Disco, a process mining …

The attached demonstration includes some of the treasures which can be revealed by those who record their production data, and instructions for taking a self test-drive with Disco, a process mining tool of Fluxicon.

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  • 1. Discovering a Production Process in Priority ERP
  • 2. The Contents  A Quick overview of production management in Priority ERP  Demonstration of some process discovery deliverables  Instructions for performing a self-discovery of the production process
  • 3. The Production Floor  Departments  Workers  Work Cells  Operations  Machines  Manual Work
  • 4. The Planned Production Process
  • 5. The Routing as Defined in Priority
  • 6. Production Reporting Screen in Priority
  • 7. Discovering the Actual Production Process With Disco Example Deliverables
  • 8. Some Possible Deliverables  A process map of the executed production processes  Conformance Checking ► Deviations from routings  Performance Analysis ► Machines ► Operators ► Idle times ► Bottlenecks  Focused analysis of: ► Breakdowns ► Rework ► Rejected parts  Comparison of workers performance
  • 9. The data Source  The production data exported from Priority The mandatory data
  • 10. The Data in Disco  The Production data are configured and imported to Disco for process discovery
  • 11. Operations Paths taken by work orders The Actual Process Flow Repeated Operation Frequencies Number of work orders starting the process Start point End point
  • 12. Analysis of Operations
  • 13. Revealing Deviations from Routing  For some work orders, the process starts and ends with different operations then defined in the routing (circled in red) Start point End point
  • 14. Locating the Slow Work Orders  The Performance filter is used to retrieve slow work orders by a selected duration
  • 15. The Slow Process Flow The mean waiting time between operations The mean duration of operations
  • 16. Animation of the Slow Process  The actual process is replayed based on the production data  To view the animation press here. Work orders starting the process An Indication of a Bottle Neck Operation TimeAn Indication of work loads
  • 17. Statistics About Products in the Slow Work Orders
  • 18. Analysis of Work Cells
  • 19. The Process Flow Among the Work Cells
  • 20. Locating the Longest Idle Times  The Performance filter is used to retrieve the work cells with the longest idle times between operations
  • 21. Idle Times in the Process The numbers represent the maximal waiting time between work cells
  • 22. Analysis of Breakdowns
  • 23. Statistics About Breakdown Reasons
  • 24. Analysis by a Selected Breakdown Reason
  • 25. The Impact of a Breakdown on a Selected Part  The operation with the ellipse was reported as a breakdown  The red arrow points at a delay in the process (compared to the one indicated by the green arrow) With BreakdownWithout Breakdown
  • 26. A Do-It-Yourself Process Discovery
  • 27. Installing Disco  Download and install Disco from here (it’s free & easy!)
  • 28. Downloading a Demo Project  Download and save a demo project with production data from here
  • 29. Loading the Demo Project to Disco 1. Run Disco, and click on the Open File button 2. In the Windows explorer that opens, select the saved project file: Discovery-of-a-Production-Process.dsc
  • 30. The Project View in Disco  For each data set in the list on the left, look in the Notes for instructions.
  • 31. More Helpful Links  Manufacturing Intelligence – the full presentation  A case study of production analysis at Samsung Electro-Mechanics  More Examples based on Priority ERP  hands-on tutorial for Disco (in Hebrew)  Fluxicon’s Blog  Fluxicon’s Academic Initiative
  • 32. For further info please contact: Dafna Levy Email: dafnal@nool.co.il Phone: +972 (0)54-6881739 Intelligent Process Management

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