Ticket #61 (new enhancement)

Opened 8 years ago

Last modified 7 years ago

Rotable equipment management

Reported by: Gavin Owned by:
Priority: minor Milestone: 0.x - Future
Component: gnuMims - application general Version: trunk
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Description (last modified by Gavin) (diff)

Most of the 'big' CMMS systems have rotable equipment/inventory management. This could be as simple as location tracking or include full overhaul reports, repair specs/procedures, history of cost, quote, repair details, failure intervals. ID Tags, stamps, barcodes, data dot and even RF ID chips may be used to id equipment.

This is a wish list item as rotable management is an advanced maintenance practise and even large companies struggle with it, since gnuMims is aimed at mid-size sites, there may be minimal call for this feature.

The most basic implementation is to have a text field where the item it may be entered on breakdown/repair tasks. A more complete implementation would have inventory items of type rotable and the locations tracked in the asset tree.

The current implementation is to place the equipment id in the task description and assign the task to an asset while using a separate inventory item for repaired. This means the task(s) can be found with minimal effort(2 search fields: asset and description) and repaired inventory item failure rates vs new items can be tracked.

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