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Execute Thousands of Inspections
Execute inspections on a regular basis using phones, tablets or smart glasses, making the process easier, faster and fully traceable.
Why Digitize Inspections?
- Digital inspections are a workflow of step-by-step quality control tasks
- Complex inspections are done in the correct order and manner
- Inspections are integrated into your production and maintenance planning
- A problem during an inspection is documented and triggers automatic follow-up action
- Automatic logging of every quality inspection guarantees full compliance, without extra administration
- Continuous quality improvement becomes easier and fact-based
- Dynamic workflows automatically configure and align control tasks with a specific product or process variants
Digital Work Instructions Use Cases
Digital and dynamic inspection instructions are made available in the blink of an eye, embedding a first-time-right approach for complex quality control flows. Smart glasses with voice commands and bar code scanning technology free the inspectors’ hands and allow them to work faster with more precision while keeping their eyes and mind focused on the relevant elements to check. Configurable corrective and preventive action workflows (CAPA) allow them to directly capture non-conformities and assign them to the right teams with full traceability and transparency.
Inspectors can rely on step-by-step instructions, visual guidance and historic data on a machine or asset at hand to inspect an asset and make the right decision and take the right action on site. Issues during inspection can trigger follow-up action.
While “nothing is easy” in the life sciences industry because of the heavy regulations and highest standards in terms of compliance and control, the investment in digital inspection execution delivers a positive return far beyond cost savings.
On the digital shop floor of the future, operators and team leaders are empowered with digital quality inspections on mobile and wearable devices saving time to execute and document inspections.
Critical Features of a Digital Inspection Platform
HANDLE COMPLEX INSPECTIONS - a CW solution must handle complex inspections flawlessly, covering conditional logic and repetitive actions.
INSPECTION PLANNING - a connected worker platform makes it easy to schedule regular inspections, and operators get automatic notifications of inspections they need to execute.
DYNAMIC CONTENT - a CW solution must be able to dynamically alter common workflows to account for variations to radically reduce the number of workflows that need to be created and maintained.
INSTANT INSPECTION REPORTING AND LOGGING - a digital inspection platform automatically records all inspection findings and acknowledgments in an execution log. Inspection reports can be automatically produced and sent by the system to each stakeholder and archived on an internal server.
ACTION MANAGEMENT - an operator can notify another party during the execution of a work instruction. If your operators encounter a problem during a quality inspection, they can easily alert a technician or supervisor, provide contextual information, and schedule a new workflow for another party to take corrective or preventative action (CAPA).
Digital Workflow Execution Devices
Execute your digital work instructions or inspections on a variety of mobile devices and wearables: smartphones, tablets, smart glasses, and computers
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