Eliminate paper and improve your efficiency: digital instructions for industry
In an increasingly digitized industrial environment, it is still very common to find operators handling forms or check lists printed on paper that are often lost or damaged, and that are intended to be filled in with data that also have to be filled in by hand afterwards in the systems used by the company (double work).
Often, these papers are nothing more than documents that help processes, or processes themselves, that the operators have to carry out and that serve to ensure that no step has been skipped (although it becomes a mechanical task that is not real).
On other occasions, these documents are the way that managers have to verify that the process has been carried out correctly.
Therefore, having the possibility to design these processes through step-by-step digital instructions substantially improves the efficiency of your work, since they can be quickly updated, modified or extended. When executing these processes, the data is stored directly digitally without the need to upload it manually and managers or supervisors can request real evidence of the process (take a photo or record a video) as part of the process itself.
Obviusly, paper is not the right tool, the best way is the use of wearables or mobile devices (smart glasses, smart watches, smart phones, tablets or PCs) for “changeover” processes, production, maintenance or installation tasks, quality checks or PRL audits.
Not only digital instructions for Industry
The process configurator for its design and execution is only part of what a digital instruction software allows. The dashboard, for example, allows the monitoring of active processes in real time to find out if they have been started or not, if they are in progress or if they have already been completed, in addition to seeing who has carried them out and for how long.
In addition, it allows the planning of processes or jobs to be carried out and their assignment to the specific operator or operators, also promoting collaborative work.
30% Improcement in efficiency
Nelson Kunkel, director of Deloitte Digital, commented in a recent study the following:
“We filmed aviation industry workers performing complex assembly tasks under two different circumstances: one where the instructions related to the task were paper or tablet-based, and the other where the same instructions were delivered via smart glasses. . The results were spectacular: With digital instructions, aerospace workers worked 32% faster than using handheld devices. Similarly, workers in the energy sector worked 35% faster with portable devices, and this was the first time they used a new technology.
Zerintia, based on the experience of its clients, also adds a 15% reduction in execution time and 100% compliance and traceability.
4Process, by Zerintia Technologies
4Process is Zerintia Technologies's commitment to the design and execution of all processes in an industrial organization, with step-by-step digital instructions and real-time monitoring of active processes. All the information at the service of the connected employee at the time he needs it.