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Johnson & Johnson
Why Record Video?
Lean transformations rely heavily on process observation
Traditional Approach to Video Tape Analysis
Video the process or the operator
Playback video on a TV or computer
Manually enter the time for each step while playing back video
Issues With Traditional Video Analysis
The leanEdit Process
Video the process or the operator using a smart device and then upload the video into leanEdit.
Capture and Categorize
leanEdit captures and categorizes work content through the creation of separate video clips that can be played back on demand
leanEdit’s user friendly interface catalogues your videos and projects as well as providing a facility to capture favorite video clips. It’s fully editable and generates detailed reports within the application itself that can also be exported as a spreadsheet.
leanEdit utilizes the benefits of mobile devices to shoot video and combines it with a powerful, integrated application that breaks your process into clips for deep process analysis.
Simple, easy to use interface!
Customize your categories
Identify and merge “Favorite” clips for review
Up to 60% faster than traditional video analysis methods!
Merge multiple videos
Full search capability
Export your results for easy manipulation of data!
“Current” and “Future” view options to simplify data review
Download clips or projects at any time for use in other applications
Real Time Analysis
Steps can be eliminated or future state times identified for each clip
Accelerate your continuous improvement efforts through the use of four different analysis tools including “Labor Analysis,” “Multi Cycle Analysis,” “Set Up Reduction,” and “Process Flow Analysis.”
Share projects with colleagues using our web based versions or manage projects on your PC with our desktop format.
As Referenced In Published Media
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Lean Analysis Done Lean
“Our site has recently used the LeanEdit software to analyze cleaning choreography and setup activities for individual work-centers in manufacturing as well as our packaging lines. The software has reduced our analysis time by greater than 60% and is yielding better analysis.
In addition, to these traditional uses, we have recently identified that there is a training application that we will be trialing. We are in the process of executing Factory Acceptance Tests for a new packaging line. During the Factory Acceptance Tests our Process Engineers will be filming the change-over at the vendor, editing the video to show only the ideal execution and then using the output as a training video for operators so they are familiar with the equipment and change-over activities. We hope this will reduce our go –live ramp up.”
Operations Business Unit Manager