Ryan presented his instructional procedures on his personal kiosk for the final proposal project. He stated that each employee will need to have an employee ID, username, and password to login to the preventative maintenance manual. You then would be able to select a vehicle and which associated preventative maintenance manual to complete at that time. After completion, log off for the next available user for the next available train. I really like this idea from an IT standpoint of the process due to access control. This will let IT or managers know who last was on the PC in case of any threats or issues arise out of the user using the PC.
Matt wrote about creating work bill (request) and the instructions to complete the process of creating the work bill. The purpose of his instructions would be to fulfilling the order request and producing the best results. He briefed us on the various definitions on the instructions. The process was a total of 42 steps for the fulfillment order for an engineering role. Customer will feed them an exact set of requirements for the bill. He used if-then-else statements for the instructions. Any slave station controller can complete the bill. I really like this from an IT role due to the data redundancy and future overlook of the data in case certain people are not longer available or the customer disputes the case.