Wabtec Rail's First Bogie Project Wrapped

Tags: Rapid Application Development

Eversholt's CL321 Bogie Overhaul has been wrapped. It took just 2 days to roll the solution out using MoreVision's Matrix and Morph technique. We have set up a separate workgroup call 'Bogies', from here workgroup administrators can add new users, assign competences and reset passwords.

Using the job matrix all the sign off wraps for 8 bogies on a particular unit are 'pre-populated and initialised'. MyWraps reports are embedded in navigation wrap 'Go' buttons in the unit management wrap. Progress is reported at three levels, the whole unit progress, individual bogie progress and the progress for each of 6 stages in the overhaul process.

Additional Arising Work (AAW) is managed using a multi-user wrap. This can be accessed by the production team, the project management team and the client team (ROSCO and TOC) to resolve AAW issues quickly. It requests permission to proceed from the client or the project team, it records the work done and collates the man and material costs. This approach was developed for Brush Traction and is adopted to bring the best working practises across the Wabtec.

It is detailed in the videos below: 

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