Discom WebPal

WebPal Production Analysis

WebPal Production Analysis

WebPal Production Analysis

WebPal is a web-based software for the analysis of production quantities, test documentation reject statistics and other often used evaluation procedures.

It is designed to give an overview over multiple models tested on multiple test benches and even allows access to multiple production lines via an easy-to-use interface.

WebPal can filter data output by criteria that include time, model, test bench and kind of test. Analysis output includes tested units and reject counts, shift statistics, Top-N reject analysis, detailed test reports, single-value time history and reject statistics versus time.

WebPal is a server application that needs to be installed on a central PC only. Users only navigate to the URL web address of the WebPal application with their browser. They will always get the newest analysis features that are installed on the server.

Features

Top-N Statistics

Top-N Statistics

The Top-N Statistics shows the top reject categories as a pie diagram. Clicking on a piece of the pie displays the list of transmissions which exhibit this error as their first error.

Test Reports

Test Reports

The test report lists the test results of all units that are consistent with the current filter settings. The report itself is the basis for a variety of further evaluations:

List of all tests of one unit, measurement value of all tests including their limits, time domain history (see below) and even a link to the Marvis analysis program.

Of cause it is always possible to search for units via their serial numbers.

Time-Domain History

Time-Domain History

The Time-Domain History of single values can be obtained to analyze trends and distance to limit values. The single value to monitor can either be selected via a guiding selection tool or simply by clicking on an a certain field of a test report

Single Value Statistics

Single Value Statistics

Single Value statistics via an I-graph or box plot gives an excellent overview of the behavior of different test stands or model types. The box and the I show average, standard deviation, min and max values as well as the limit used. This tool also gives a good overview of critical or too relaxed limit settings.