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My Analytics for Assets

SFx Asset Management provides you with a comprehensive report for assets with intelligent analysis of various key metrics, such as OEE, utilization, downtime, program performance, and diverse Pareto charts. It helps you gain insights into asset efficiency and working conditions within a specified time range.

Introducing Analysis Report

The section below explains each property on the configuration screen of a report subscription.

  • Report Type: Defines the type of analysis report based on the time range. There are three types of analysis reports:

    • Daily Report: Generates an analysis report within a day for a specified asset or all assets.

    • Weekly Report: Generates an analysis report within a week for a specified asset or all assets.

    • Monthly Report: Generates an analysis report within a month for a specified asset or all assets.

    Note

    These time ranges have nothing to do with the report delivery time you configured but only refer to the last calendar day, the last calendar week, and the last calendar month from the current day.

  • Theme: Configures the theme of the analysis report. There are two types of themes available: the Light theme and the Dark theme.

  • Send Me at: Configures the specific time when the analysis report is delivered to your mailbox based on the report type you selected.

For the Daily Report, its analysis report consists of the following charts:

  • Critical Events Pareto: Shows the Pareto chart of downtime of each critical event that occurred on the asset derived from all kinds of sources within a specified time range. See Data Sources for details.

  • OEE: Shows the OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) chart of the asset within a specified time range, including Overall, Availability, Performance, and Quality. See OEE for details.

  • Utilization: Shows the utilization chart of the asset based on the asset operational status within a specified time range, including the Utilization Summary chart and Utilization Over Time chart. See Utilization Chart for details.

    Tip

    Regarding the Utilization charts for all assets in an organization, see Browsing Asset Utilization for details.

  • Downtime Pareto: Displays the Pareto chart of downtime of each downtime tag that was added to the asset within a specified time range. See Downtime Analysis for more information.

  • Programs Executed: Shows the bar chart of programs executed on the asset according to the Total Execution Time of each program within a specified time range. See Programs Executed for details.

  • Part Summary: Displays the ring chart of the number of parts measured by the programs run on the asset within a specified time range based on the measurement result (Pass or Fail). See Program Run History for details.

  • Program Errors: Shows the bar chart of error events that occurred on programs run on the asset within a specified time range according to the number of each type of error event. See Browsing Program Events for details.

  • Performance per Program: Displays the performance ranking of each program run on the asset within a specified time range based on the Performance percentage of each program. See Program Performance for details.

For the Weekly and Monthly Report, their analysis reports include these additional charts apart from the charts listed above for the Daily Report.

  • Critical Events Trend: Presents the line chart of critical events based on the total number of critical events that occurred on the asset every day within a specified time range.

  • OEE Trend: Shows the line chart of OEE (Overall) percentages based on the daily Overall value of the asset within a specified time range.

  • OEE Breakdown: Displays the line chart of OEE components based on the daily percentage of each OEE component including Availability, Performance, and Quality within a specified time range. See Using OEE for details.

The section below describes how to add, edit, and delete a report subscription for a specified asset and all assets in your organization.

  1. Log into the SFx Asset Management Portal.

  2. Next to your profile icon, click the user menu and select Notification Setup.

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  3. Under the Asset Notifications tab, click + Add Notification.

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  4. To add a report subscription for an asset, do as follows:

    1. Select a target asset from the Asset list. By default, All Assets are selected.

      Tip

      You can type keywords in the search box under the Asset tab to quickly find out the target asset.

    2. Scroll down and select My Analytics from the Source list.

    3. Under the Conditions section, mark a report type you want to get.

      Tip

      To get all types of asset reports, mark the checkbox next to Report Type.

    4. Select a theme for the report. By default, the Light Theme is selected.

    5. Specify the time when you want to get the report. By default, the 08:00 AM is selected for each report type. You can change the specific time if needed.

    6. Click Save.

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      Tip

      Click Reset at the bottom left to clear all selected settings on the current dialog box.

    Tip

    • To add report subscriptions for all assets in your organization, select the top item: All Assets from the Asset list.

    • When you subscribe to an analysis report for an asset that has already been selected and listed on the Asset Notifications page, click Edit Notification to go to the report subscription configuration screen.

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To change the configured conditions of a report subscription, such as the report type, report theme, or the delivery time, follow these steps.

  1. Log into the SFx Asset Management Portal.

  2. Next to your profile icon, click the user menu and select Notification Setup.

  3. Select the report subscription that you want to modify, and then click the image27.png icon.

  4. Modify the conditions as needed, and click Save.

You can unsubscribe to a report subscription by deleting the subscription configurations.

  1. Log into the SFx Asset Management Portal.

  2. Next to your profile icon, click the user menu and select Notification Setup.

  3. Select the report subscription that you want to delete, and then click the image20.png icon.

  4. Click Delete.

    Tip

    To delete multiple notification subscriptions at the same time, do as follows.

    1. Mark the checkboxes in front of the notification settings.

    2. Then click on one of the image14.png icons at the end of each selected row.

    3. Select the Delete option.

    4. Click Delete in the confirmation dialog box.