ATS Inspect Administration

This course is designed for technical personnel who will be required to install, setup and maintain the ATS Inspect system.

Target Group

This course is designed for technical personnel who will be required to install, setup and maintain the ATS Inspect system.

(Pre) Knowledge

To join this course pre-knowledge on PC’s and Windows is required.

Global Contents

This course is designed to give the participants a working knowledge of all of the main aspects of ATS Inspect. By the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Install ATS Inspect
  • Setup a new Inspect database
  • Create and manage users
  • Design and configure the information required to record data such as plants, products, defects and checklist questions
  • Design and create the user interfaces
  • Enter attribute data in Data Collect
  • Enter variable data in Variable Data Collect
  • Generate reports
  • Create event notifications
  • Troubleshoot and resolve issues independently

Methods

ATS courses are given by highly qualified trainers, with practical knowledge, in professional ATS training centres or On-Site. Prior to the course an intake conversation can take place to define the participant(s) and the company’s requirements. Presentations (theory and examples) as well as practical exercises bring the courses to life. ATS courses are interactive, the trainer will always make sure the training contents link back to your situation.

Specific Contents

  • WHAT IS INSPECT?
  • OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS
  • SECURITY MANAGER
    1.Starting Security Manager
    2.Manage Users, Security Groups and Rights
    3.Manage Table Auditing
  • COCKPIT AND ADMIN
    1.Planning Your Setup
    2.Common Concepts and Tasks
    3.Cockpit Functionality
    4.Admin Functionality
    5.Starting Applications
    6.Plant Configuration
    7.Product Configuration
    8.Defect Configuration
    9.Checklist Configuration
    10.Inspection Configuration
    11.Station Configuration
    12.Audit Configuration
    13.Report Configuration
    14.Variable Data Configuration
    15.Server Configuration
    16.Vocabulary and Languages
    17.Program Settings
    18.Advanced Functionality
  • LAYOUT MANAGER
    1.Starting Layout Manager
    2.Creating a Layout
    3.Transferring Layouts
    4.Adding Controls
    5.Saving Layouts in a Template
    6.Assigning Templates to a Station
    7.Setting Up for Image Acquisition
    8.User Defined Controls
    9.Screen Types
  • DATA COLLECT
    1.Starting Data Collect
    2.Data Collect Interface
    3.Entering Defects
    4.Repairing Defects
    5.Completing Checklists
  • FORM COMPOSER
    1.Starting Form Composer
    2.Form Composer Interface
    3.Creating a Form
    4.Modifying Form Defaults
    5.Adding Controls
    6.Arranging Controls
    7.Creating Custom Events
    8.Opening a Form
    9.Saving a Form
    10.Assigning Forms to a Template
    11.Assigning Templates to a Station
    12.Exporting and Importing Forms
    13.Form Types
  • VARIABLE DATA COLLECT
    1.Starting VDC
    2.Selecting a Setup
    3.Entering Variable Data
    4.Supplying Violation Details
    5.Viewing Charts
    6.Viewing and Modifying Data
    7.Chart Descriptions
    8.Description of Limits
    9.Nelson Rules
  • REPORTING
    1.Generating a Report
    2.Starting Reporting
    3.Reporting Interface
    4.Using Report Criteria
    5.Using Charts
    6.Using Tables
    7.Chart and Table Relationship
    8.Custom Report Setup
    9.Saving and Printing Reports
    10.Report Types
    11.Administrative Tasks

  • EVENT SERVICE
    1.Starting Event Service
    2.Event Types
    3.Creating Outputs
    4.Creating Recipients
    5.Creating Recipient Groups
    6.Managing Scripts
    7.Creating Triggers
    8.Creating Events
    9.Creating Trigger-Script Relationships
    10.Reports

  • TECHNICAL GUIDE
    1.System Requirements
    2.Registry Settings
    3.Modify Connected Databases or Stations
    4.Services
    5.Stored Procedures
    6.Numbering, Currency and Date Style
    7.Locking a Unit
    8.Known Issues
    9.Troubleshooting

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