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Quality Improvement and Control System QuIC ILYA NIKANOROV 772 480 0476 email@example.com
The QuIC System consist of: –Onshore primary system. –Offshore/remote modules. allows the users to perform the following functions: Inventory monitoring and control Inventory monitoring and control Creation of the new items into the system Creation of the new items into the system Create and manage manufacturer/vendor information Create and manage manufacturer/vendor information Documentation management Documentation management Create and implement various tasks/procedures Create and implement various tasks/procedures Equipment/personnel schedule management Equipment/personnel schedule management Create and access instrumentation’s history (logbooks) Create and access instrumentation’s history (logbooks) Portable System usually located on the vessel. The following functions are available to the user: Access to inventory information Access to inventory information Procedures and tasks information Procedures and tasks information Access to the instrumentation history records. Access to the instrumentation history records.
Access via wireless Network / Internet from the office or remote location Access via cable network / Internet from the office Onshore primary system (remote or local server) Access layout for onshore system
Access via ship’s wireless network Access via ship’s cable Network Offshore/remote modules. Onshore primary system (remote or local server) Access layout for offshore system
Access via wireless Network / Internet from the office or remote location Access via cable network / Internet from the office Onshore primary system (remote or local server) Onshore system user access.
User administration The following actions performed here: Add new users Add new group Set group permissions Add users to the groups Remote updates System Settings
Inventory module The main inventory page has following functions: The user can perform various customized searches. Each search result can be displayed as an individual tab. Each search result can be printed Found items, if they have expiration date (for example calibration period) have different color code depending on the current status.
Inventory – Item Properties View Item properties displayed in the separate window. The tabs on the top of this window allow easy access to item’s logbook, and documents
Inventory - New Item To achieve data consistency, the information field such as: manufacturer, type and model, Vendor, location comes from pre set source. This source only accessible by users with administration privileges.
Inventory – Set Up Inventory setup module allows the users with advanced privileges: Create new location Enter information about new manufacturers Assign devices types/models to existing manufacturers Enter new vendor information Adding the device type, model and calibration can be accomplished from the same window.
Inventory – Assembly Assembly is permitting the user to group various items in the system under single ID. Each assembly can be updated easy by user with advanced permissions. The following example demonstrates the Underwater Unit Assembly (UUA) for CTD. Each sensor displayed with calibration expiration date.
Logbooks QuIC System keeps track of user’s activities. In addition to that, the user can write the logbooks records for specific item in the QuIC System.
Documentation User can attach a file to single item in the QuIC system. It is possible to attach the same file to multiple items currently present in QuIC System or the ones which will be added in the future.
System implementation www.quic.info University of Hawaii QuIC System University of Alaska Fairbanks QuIC System University of Miami QuIC System Implementation phases - UNOLS www.quic.info University of Hawaii QuIC System University of Alaska Fairbanks QuIC System University of Miami QuIC System System Installation On shore Personnel Training Inventory data entry Manufacturer/Vendor data entry Set up of the operational procedures. Creation of the assemblies Import data from existing sources
Shared information www.quic.info University of Hawaii QuIC System University of Alaska Fairbanks QuIC System University of Miami QuIC System Manufacturer 1 Manufacturer / product information Model A from Manufacturer 1 Model A from Manufacturer 1 Model A from Manufacturer 1 Technician’s Information Portal (TIP) Knowledge base information Logbooks records transfer Direct input
Future development Development of user configurable e-mail notification system Development of Cruise Administration System (CAS) Development of GUI customizable by the user Completion of the task module Task Module E-mail notification/ Task progress control system New task assignment Procedures Logbooks / notes Task’s view and status update
CAS Client interface Form distribution Future development
Form and Sub form relationships. Future development