QRM is a web based result management system that stores and analyzes test results. It is a flexible system using web servers, databases and ATML XML data which can be setup on a single computer, servers or cloud solutions. ATML (Automated Test Markup Language) is an XML standard to exchange test data.
You Own the Results and the System
- Easy to move between suppliers
- See same information as the suppliers
- See result from multiple suppliers
Fast Production Feedback
- See results and yield within minutes
Easy Analyze Process
- Yield analysis
- SPC and capability
QRM has a powerful web interface for easy access to view and analyze the test results. It is also possible to generate pdf-reports and export data to both Excel and Minitab.
- Overview – get fast overview of the production and yield from all over the world
- Test Report – view test results and generate PDF-reports
- Production Statistics – view produced units, yield, and most common faults over time based on product, variants, stations or locations and generated PDF-reports or export to Excel
- Yield Analysis – break down yield problems into the measurements that cause the low yield
- SPC – Perform statistical process control analysis to verify that your measurement process is stable and under control by using the common SPC methods and diagrams in order to fine tune your requirements
- MSA – Perform a Measurement System Analysis to verify that your measurement system is not the source of variations in your measurements. Automatically perform Gage Type I or Gage R&R analysis
- Repairs – Manage repairs for your units to track repaired units and the most common repairs
- Station Utilization – Analyze how your test stations are utilized by type of product tested, test times and utilization by day
QRM is a distributed system that can be configured in different ways to match your needs and IT infrastructure. QRM data consists not only by the measurement data, but also a lot of additional information such as traceability of the station and equipment used, configuration version and additional UUT (Unit Under Test) information.
It is also possible to attach any kind of file with the reports (graphs, log files etc).
QRM consists of three major parts
- Database – The test data repository in SQL Server
- Storage System – Storing and synchronizing test data over the internet using ATML and web services to the database in a robust and secure way
- Presentation and Analysis System – Presentation, report and statistical analysis of test data through a web page
Each test station has QRM storage clients post the test results as ATML XML reports to a HTTP web service that will forward data over a secured network connection or store test results to the QRM result database.
The service is very robust and for example, if network is temporary unavailable, the service will retry over and over until it succeeds.
Sites can be connected by the distributed architecture of QRM. By using the QRM Web application, test results can be viewed and analyzed as they are produced.
- Microsoft Windows 7/Windows 8/Server 2008 R2
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008 R2/2012 all versions (license is not included)
- Browsers IE, Firefox, Safari and Chrome are all supported
- Client QRM ATML drivers available for LabVIEW, TestStand and .NET
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