Application of Process Mining in Industrial Maintenance: An Approach for the Analysis of Equipment Shutdown
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This study aims to propose a structure that allows data provision to a maintenance area and that can be used by process mining tools in an industrial production environment. The structure uses a suitable data collection device provided by a Brazilian manufacturer, the data collected was stored in a database (DB), and then imported into the process mining software “DISCO®” to verify if the generated information is relevant and can be used for decision making. The proposed structure was able to create paths for the extraction and availability of the data in a satisfactory way since it presents interoperability between the collection mechanism and the process mining tools. Based on the data collected, it was verified that the structure, despite meeting the expectation, needs to be restructured in such a way that the inserted data are registered according to the analysis structure of the process mining tools. This issue is important because the amount of data generated is very expressive and the manual cleaning of the data would require a lot of time.
KeywordsIndustrial maintenance Process mining Decision-making
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