(Release Date: April 24, 2015)Request Your Update
Here’s some of the enhancements and fixes you helped inspire:
New capabilities in SP 8.4.1 enhance the recently released Inspection Editor and PC Collect modules. These modules provide a visual design environment that makes it easy for you to build customized data collection and inspection processes. Now, we’ve made it easier to design them to fit your unique needs.
PC Collect can now be integrated with other systems, devices, and files. You can now better optimize the actions and behavior of the inspection. Putting these capabilities in your hands lowers the cost of ownership and creates greater efficiency and accuracy in the inspection creation and data collection process.
These new capabilities are implemented with Python, a widely taught and easy to use scripting language. Using this common scripting language, you can now optimize your own collection scenarios. You can also tap in to Hertzler’s library of device, file, and data systems integration techniques. Hertzler’s technical staff is also available to support customization efforts.
This Pareto chart gives you a comprehensive view of how individual SPC data tale records are distributed among various traceabilities and corrective action categories. Then, you can drill down on the Pareto chart bars to uncover the root causes of variation in your process.
Now you can use regular expressions to make part number searches more specific and powerful.
Now you can run an inspection from the GainSeeker Inspections module where inspections are designed. This is useful for testing how an inspection will perform in run mode. You no longer need to switch between the PC Collect and GainSeeker Inspections modules.
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(Release Date: February 3, 2015)
PC Collect is GainSeeker’s completely new application for collecting inspection data using a PC. It runs inspections you can create yourself using GainSeeker’s Inspection Editor (no programming experience required). Many features that formerly required writing templates have been integrated into the inspection creation process.
These Big Data widgets quickly analyze vast amounts of data and instantly spotlight areas on which to focus. It is equally effective with smaller data retrievals.
Now you can allow your users to gain access to GainSeeker with their Active Directory credentials.
Python, the new scripting platform in GainSeeker, can greatly increase your ability to respond to changing data needs. This enables a new generation of integration capabilities with existing manufacturing infrastructure such as ERP systems, databases, and other networked infrastructure.
Explore the use of Python with GainSeeker. It’s easy to learn. Currently only used in the GainSeeker Charts and GainSeeker Administration modules, look for its expansion in future GainSeeker releases.
Roll up and visualize the information that is vital to your organization. This gives you more time to focus on other critical issues. The flexibility of the Python dashboard lets you quickly pivot to face new challenges armed with the data you need. GainSeeker includes an expanding library of designs you can customize to your needs.
Now you can create your own statistics and instantly put them to use in your GainSeeker dashboards and charts. Or get ready-made statistics in the Python Statistics Library that you can modify to your needs.
Get to the bottom of OEE data with second-level OEE data grouping. The results display on bar charts that help you easily spot problem areas and successes.
If you track multiple machines, displaying only the lowest or best 10 values of the group can help you quickly identify and sum up where to take action. Use it to track anything. Quicker response time saves you money.Request Your Update
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