operator utilization

operator utilization

[′äp·ə‚rād·ər ‚yüd·əl·ə′zā·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The ratio of working time to total clock time; a ratio of 1.00 (or 100) indicates full utilization of the operator's work time.
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Operator state includes operator utilization ratio, operator skill level, and operator performance.
The relation of operator utilization ratio and operator performance obeys the Yerkes-Dodson law [20], which is shown in Figure 1.
The evolution of operator utilization ratio with work time and rest time is shown in Figure 2.
where [mathematical expression not reproducible] are the bounds of operator utilization ratio, and t, r are N-vectors of [t.
In addition the firm uses a machining cell concept to perform as many operations as possible at one location for maximum operator utilization and control.
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With the availability of ProfitKey International's new Rapid MES Operations Monitoring System, featuring browser-enabled handheld devices (PDA's), shop-floor supervisors stay on top of all activity at machine queues, receive alerts for down processes and view machine and operator utilization, among other functions.
ProfitKey's Rapid MES Operations Monitoring uses a browser-enabled handheld device to help shop floor supervisors stay on top of activity at machine queues, receive alerts for down processes and view machine and operator utilization, among other functions.
Efficiencies are gained through simplified socket inventory management, lower overall socket costs, reduced scrap costs, less rework and optimized operator utilization through reduced scheduled downtime.
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