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Logging In to enVision

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Logging in (BA)

To log into enVision, enter your User Name in the edit box provided. Enter your password, then click the Submit button to log on to enVision. If the user wants to have the User Name and Password remembered, check off the Remember Me checkbox.
If you forget your password, you can click on the Forgot Password button. This will open another window where you can input your email or user name. Once entered, click the Submit button, and an email will be sent to your Inbox with a changed password and instructions.

Changing Your Password (BA)

The Settings window within the enVision browser can be opened by clicking on the person icon in the upper right-hand corner between the Admin and About  buttons. Click on it to access the ability to change your password and log out of the enVision browser. 

Navigation in enVision (BA)

This section, Navigation will go through the instructions of how to navigate through the enVision Browser via the Object Tree, Cycle View Browser, and various controls of enVision.

Plant Navigation 3.6

In enVision, your plant is broken down into a hierarchy of manufacturing categories.
The Factory Plant defines the organizational tree down to the component level. The top 3 levels (Areas, Lines, and Stations) are used to organize the tree into a meaningful and friendly navigation structure. The lower 2 levels (Assets, Groups) are the data objects.

Main Tree Object and Description 3.6

AREA The Area of the Plant where a particular assembled part is built (example: RWD and FWD Transmission Assembly Areas).

LINE-A part/place of the Area that is responsible for assembling a part of the assembly (Example: Internal and External parts assembly Lines).
STATION-A Station within the Line that is responsible for the collection of Assets (Example: Gear build, valve body, and torque converter build Stations).
ASSETS-Assets are used to define a repeatable set of motions/activities (Groups) that have defined Start and End signals (Example: Builds the Valve body and inspects/quality check assets).
GROUPS-A Group is a collection of OPS (individual motions/event data objects). Assets are a collection of Groups that describe a particular sequence of events that comprise one complete cycle for the Asset (Example: A part enters On-Deck, then Part is present On-Deck, signal to show OP is complete).

How to Navigate with enVision 3.6

Navigating to the area of your plant you would like to monitor can be done at any time using the top navigation bar in the enVision browser. Navigate to any object to view in depth critical performance data. If you are reopening, it may return to the area of the object tree you were previously viewing. If not, then it will open to the Dashboard with only the Object Tree. Select the Object Tree Icon to proceed.

Clicking on either the BEET or enVision icon will take you to the opening home page.

 The Dashboard tab will open the Dashboard section of enVision including the Dashboard and User Dashboard section.

 The Cycle View tab will open the enVision Cycle View browser.

 The Hotspots tab will open the enVision Hotspots section.

 The Reporting tab will open the enVision Reporting module.

 The Notes tab will open the enVision Notes Module.

  The enSight tab will open the enSight Module in a new window.

 The Scheduling button will open the Scheduling module.

 The Admin button will open the Administrator Module.

 The Setting button will open a Settings window where you can update the User password and to Log out of the enVision application.

The i button (About) will open an About window which will contain the information ( Release Code, DLL Version, Smart Tag Count, Operation Tag Count, Asset Count, Analog Tag Count, Group Count, Server ID, License ID, License Status, and Enabled Features ) about the currently logged on enVision application.

This + button (System Health) open the system health module. In this module you can view the stats regarding to the health and condition of the EAS and EDC.

This is a display tab of the current logged in user.

 Debugging (Administration)

 Production Monitor

 PM/Average Cycle

 Production Counts in a New Window


 Display Bookmarks

Top Navigation Bar 3.6

When first opening enVision, and navigating to a selected object, it will open to the Dashboard window. The Top Navigation Bar can be found at the top of the enVision browser. 

The top navigation area can be used to access any of the different features of enVision: Dashboard, Cycle view, Hotspots, Reporting, and Notes.

Many of the icons  in the upper right-hand side of the browser, will allow the user to navigate to another module within enVision.  These are the Scheduling, Admin, Conditional Notifications and System Health. In the lower grouping of icon buttons there is the Debugging, Production Monitor, PM Average Cycle, and Productions Counts icon buttons.

They will also have a bookmark button and a bookmark display button.

Bookmark Icons

The Bookmark Icon will allow a user to mark the current location with a easy to use bookmark. The Display Bookmark icon will display all the bookmarks in the logged on version of enVision. Click on the Creating a Bookmark image to open a video on Bookmarking, or click the This Link to view.

Main Tree Navigation 3.6

Click Object Tree on the navigation bar to open the Main Tree window to navigate to the Object desired.

You can drill down to the object you desire by clicking on the [ - ] sign. This will reveal the lower level objects.

Object String Navigation 3.6

You can also navigate by using the Object String next to the Object Tree Icon. Click on the Object label Icon (S01 Fixture)to open a window to proceed to the next level down. Or hover over an Object label and a drop-down option will appear to go to the next level down. 

Object Tree 3.6

Select the + box next to each item to further expand the areas. Continue to expand areas until you reveal the object you desire, then Click on the Object to open the cycle browser. This will open the browser window with the last 100 cycles.

Click on the Cycle View Tab at the top of the browser to open the cycle view. Once selected, the Cycle view browser will open with the Last 100 cycles in the History Display Panel, displayed for that object.

The upper graph will be empty (No Cycle Selected), until you select a cycle to view. Simply select a cycle to view by Clicking on the lower graph (History Display Panel) in the Cycle view browser.

Settings 3.6

The Settings window within the enVision browser can be opened by clicking on the person icon in the upper right-hand corner between the Admin and About (info) buttons. Click on it to access the ability to change your password and log out of the enVision browser. 


About enVision 3.6

The i button (About) will open an About window which will contain the information ( Release Code, DLL VersionSmart Tag CountOperation Tag CountAsset CountAnalog Tag CountGroup CountServer IDLicense IDLicense Status, and Enabled Features ) about the currently logged on enVision application.

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