Manual Data Capture
Pitram Activity Sheet allow production data to be entered manually by equipment operators and then be entered into Pitram at the completion of each shift or day. The web-based user interface replicates the paper “PLOD” sheets used by equipment operators. The data from these sheets is entered into the production system by a data clerk or supervisor at the end of shift.
Pitram Activity Sheet support the entry of data via predefined pick lists, ensuring that only valid data is entered.
Pitram Activity Sheet make it possible to record and report production data in a robust, standard format without requiring extensive communications infrastructure and system administration costs.
- Intuitive easy-to-use design, Pitram Activity Sheet has a simple, intuitive layout enabling machine operators to utilise it without interrupting production critical tasks. Activity Sheet has been designed to seamlessly integrate into Pitram enabling data entry efficiencies whilst retaining data accuracy.
- Cost effective means of capturing data providing far greater insight than what a mining operation can achieve through spreadsheets or other manual processes. System administration and communications infrastructure costs are also minimised.
- A major feature of Pitram is the 180+ standard reports that clients can access including:
- Equipment Performance
- Equipment Availability & Utilisation
- Equipment Timeline
- Equipment Assignments
- Operator Timesheet
- Material Movements
- Equipment Measures
- Trust in data accuracy and integrity is derived from robust data capture processes. Pitram Activity Sheet provides the means to record and input data into Pitram enabling end of period reporting.
No disruption to business critical tasks
- Pitram Activity Sheet is designed to minimise any additional processes that may delay machine operators from their priority functions. Data entry into Pitram can then completed at a time suitable to the mining operation, such as end-of-shift.
- Pitram Activity Sheet is a cost effective means of recording and reporting on data, providing far greater insight than what a mining operation can achieve through spreadsheets or other manual processes. System administration and communications infrastructure costs are also minimised.