BiLog: If only I had Known....OEE Report
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When was the last time you had something stuck on your face, or in your teeth – and nobody told you about it? After overcoming the embarrassement (woman) or insisting it was part of your fashion statement (man) – thoughts of ‘if I had only known’ may fly thru your mind.
You may also have those same ‘if I had only known’ thoughts about the OEE, or Overall Equipment Effectiveness Report, delivered with Maximo. OEE is a metric often used in Manufacturing Industries. OEE is calculated by multiplying three components together, Equipment Availability, Performance Efficiency and Quality Rate. Industry Goals for OEE vary – but the higher the figure, the better the organization’s performance.
The calculations for each of these three components is shown below
Equipment Availability = All Downtime/ Scheduled Time
Performance Efficiency = Actual Units Produced/Units Scheduled
Quality Rate = (Units Produced – Units Defective)/Units Produced
However, the Maximo applications do not calculate or hold information on production quantities including units produced, scheduled and defective. Therefore, we have created a database object, KPIOEE, to hold this information for you. You could input data in this table thru a script or thru the Integration Framework.
To highlight how this report can be used, demo data has been created for three sites: Bedford, Laredo and Texas. Within these sites, over 30 assets, 70 part numbers and 27 months of production data were produced to highlight the drilldown capability of these reports. Starting at the top level of OEE by Site, the user can drilldown into the OEE by Location and then OEE by Asset reports. Additionally, the user can view data for the OEE metric, or by selecting any one of the 3 components – availability, perfomance or quality.
The OEE report may also be of interest to your Report Developer as it is a very complex report, and highlights a number of key functionality features. For example, this report uses the hidden parameters – paramstring and paramdelimiter.
For more information on OEE and other Maximo delivered reports, access the Report Booklet for Version 7.5 here or the Report Booklet for Version 7.1 delivered here. Please note that these are set up as workbooks, so be sure to access all the worksheets, including the ‘Additional Report Description’ worksheet for more details on OEE and other Maximo reports.
For more details of the delivered reports by release, click here for a comparison of the delivered reports.
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