For each machine there is a selection of reports available. Those reports can be accessed by clicking on the Report (1) button.
A new page will be opened with 9 standard reports. You can asses a report by clicking on the Report tile (2).
Each report can be viewed based on a given period (last day, last week, last month & custom period), and printed if necessary.
The following reports are available:
1. Batch report
This report makes it possible to analyze machine data for all the batches during a period of time. The report presents a graph with a stacked bar per batch-number. With data from various machine sensors stacked within the bar.
The input for this report is generated by first establishing the relationship between the machine sensors and the relevant batch number sensor. This can be done in the advanced panel of the sensor configuration page in the Admin app. Activate the selector (3) if the sensor is a batch sensor and establish the relation ship with other machine sensors by selecting them, by clicking on the icon (4).
Once this has been done, you can plot the Batch Report by selecting a date-time range and which data format you wish to see - average values per batch, or the last value per batch.
The report will show the Batch values on the X-axis, and per batch a stacked bar with data from the sensors where a batch sensor has been configured.
Note that if you adjust the settings, you will need to plot the data again.
An example use case for this, is to measure the duration of each process step, and relate this to a batch, so you can exactly analyze in which batches deviations occur for the different process steps. This enables you to find the bottlenecks in your production process. If you are working with recipes, you can select (filter) for which recipe (5) you want to do the analysis.
2. Batch Details Report
With the Batch Details report it is possible to analyze each batch in greater detail than the Batch report. It is also possible to filter the data based on recipe. For each batch you can select the applicable sensors to give you the right insights. For example, it could be used to see the duration of each production step taken to produce the batch, and therefore becomes immediately clear which step has taken most production time.
The input for this report, is the same as that used for the Batch Report. First a relationship needs to be established between the machine sensors and the relevant batch number sensor.
3. Downtime report
To analyze the downtime of machines in more detail, the downtime report can be used. This report is used to see the blocking issues which occurred during a particular shift, so that these can be avoided or eliminated during other shifts. It could also be used to analyze shift performance, by having insight into whether downtime was due to materials, machines or personnel. And it could be used to analyze the machine to see whether further investment in machinery is prudent. The data is shown in Pareto diagrams and at the bottom there is a section with full details of the reasons for the downtime.
4. Logistics data report
The Logistics data report combines and visualises production order data from an external system like ERP or MES with the associated machine data. This provides powerful insights like production efficiency, material costs, energy usage, quality and wastage per production order. To connect the external production data within innius, you need to setup the 'work center' property on the machine, see the article about properties.
In the report you select the production (6) order from the external system and the (multiple) sensors (7) which are applicable to give you the right insights.
After clicking the button 'Plot', the report will be displayed. Based on the sensor data type the graph type will be different. The discrete data will be displayed in a pie chart, parallel bar chart or stacked bar chart (can be chosen by yourself), and the other sensor data types will be displayed as line graph.
5. OEE Report
The OEE report gives an overview of the Total OEE for the selected period, OEE values per shift and an overview of the changes compared to the previous period.
For the graph you can easily disable/enable the different lines by clicking on the value in the legend below the graph.
6. OEE Benchmarking report
Benchmarking is a helicopter view above machine level to compare machines. With this report it is possible to analyze and compare the machines based on machine type, plant, or any other property by which a machine is defined (see article 'How to use machine properties'). This method of analyzing machines has value for both machine manufacturers and machine users:
- For machine manufacturers to analyze and compare their machines, based on machine type or model.
- For machine customers to analyze and compare their machines, based on different production lines.
The benchmark report also allows the visualization of OEE data from different machines, allowing them to be analyzed and compared.
7. Quality report
With the Quality report you are able to analyze the rejections per batch, set against the the total production for the selected period.
For the input you can use multiple quality/rejection sensors (9), a sensor which indicates the batch/recipe/product (8), and the total production count sensor (10).
When you've selected the right input sensors, the report will display 2 different parts:
- The first part will show the rejection percentage for the total production per batch/recipe/product and the number of hours it has been produced.
- The second part will show the rejections per reject reason per batch/recipe/product.
8. Sensor Comparison report
With the Sensor comparison report you can easily compare data from different sensors. To see, for example, the energy consumption per production recipe or machine status. You can add one base sensor such as the recipe, and then add other sensors with which to make a comparison.
9. Location history report
The location history report gives insight in where and when the machine has been.