The scope of this project was to migrate an existing OEE 1.0 application to an
The scope of this project was to migrate an existing OEE 1.0 application to an OEE 2.0 application. A new OEE 2.0 base project was created, complete with a new production model for a single line.
The new production model had 30 objects with a complex mixture of cell groups and cells within a single process line. Visual elements, windows, templates, and scripting functions were exported from the original OEE 1.0 application and brought into the new OEE 2.0 application. New templates, scripts, and components were created to take advantage of new methods and features available in OEE 2.0.
The original OEE 1.0 system also included Recipe Management and SPC functionality. The Recipe and SPC modules were integrated with OEE 2.0 to automatically generate the proper material definitions from recipes prior to starting production run.
The primary value-add of OEE 2.0 was an improvement in downtime tracking across the complex line configuration. New downtime summary screens were created as well as a script package to evaluate downtime reason code and equipment changes initiated from remote, non-Ignition operator terminals. This is critical in determining if downtime events are new, changed, or reassignments and how to manage the downtime event records without the operator having to travel to the primary Ignition client.