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Collect and visualize your test and repair data with WATS

With WATS Test Data Management you can collect and visualize your test and repair data. Quickly identify production yield issues, frequent product failures, poor test coverage or performance problems.

With WATS you can put all of your Manufacturing and RMA Test and Repair Data to work. Any structure, format or source of the data, WATS lets you see your data as one. In real-time, directly in your web browser. This allows for an unrivaled ability to transform your data into actionable insight through statistical and qualitative analysis.

Your test and repair data holds real stories about electronics design flaws, manufacturing weaknesses, waste, quality issues, operator mishandling and much, much more — stories about lost profits. But without unrestricted access to your test and repair data, these stories can never be told.

WATS Test Data Management is the foundation for continuous improvement for any serious electronics design and manufacturing company.

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The Dashboard

– a Global Overview of Manufacturing 

Use the flexible and customizable built-in dashboards to follow production yields and KPIs in real time.

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Drill down

First Pass Yield, qiuckly drill down

Change the view

Easily change your dashboard view.

Top 10 failed test steps

understand what is causing poor yield

Or develop your own Dashboards in external platforms and tools, such as Microsoft Power BI.

Microsoft Power BI and WATS

Fast Response Time – from Problem to Resolution

Using WATS is more than reports showing your data. It also represents a simple approach to help you find problems and solve them as quickly as possible. Go from top-level yield calculations down to the details in just a few clicks.

1. Prioritize

Use statistics to understand your largest sources of poor test performance. WATS quickly helps you break down aggregated performance metrics by areas such as products, revisions, test stations, periods and test processes. This helps make sure that you spend your time on your actual problems.

2. Analyze

Access your most frequent test failures inside any of these categories, with the click of a few buttons.

3. Understand

Make sure that the raw data you spend time on has the absolute highest relevance and severity. WATS gives you easy access to historical trends of measurements, to help you form opinions of the root causes of their failures.

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data decision

Data-Supported Decision Making 

Base your decisions on educated information. WATS Test Data Managment will help you understand potential problems and risks associated with your products or your processes. Data can also be accessed by 3rd party applications through an extensive REST API.




Full Traceability

Simply input the serial number and get access to the complete history of test and repair data for a unit.

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WATS control over production sites

Global Control

WATS does not only help you understand your test data. It also provides advanced capabilities to get proactive control of your manufacturing. Centralize your test software and unit-firmware distribution with granular control based on products, revisions and locations. Get full control of the distribution of MAC and serial numbers, so that no value gets mistakenly duplicated. Proactively track and monitor the detailed maintenance status of all your instruments and test interfaces, and avoid loss of performance. And finally, implement advanced alarming and notifications based on the collected test data, to allow for early interventions.

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Continuous Improvement

Our philosophy is that actively looking for problems in your data is not sustainable, and as a rule of thumb, you need to be presented the indicators of problems as they happen. Either through dashboards or automated notifications. And you need to be able to drill down from your relevant high-level KPIs to any of the influencing categories and compare the performance of the associated elements against each other. Such as comparing the performance of individual test stations, individual product revisions or different test sequence versions.

fix, control, understand and prioritize