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Automatisering av analysorderhantering

Hinz, Dennis and Mattsson, Axel (2017)
Computer Science and Engineering (BSc)
Abstract
Buildings that are built and the asphalt that is used for the paving needs to be tested to see if they fulfill certain requirements and standards. These types of tests are performed at Peab’s technology centers/laboratories and it is in one of their labs in Helsingborg that the degree project has been executed.
As soon as the laboratory gets a concrete sample, they are supposed to register it in their computer software to be able to get the correct forms for the test. The registration process has previously been handled manually by copying the information about the concrete straight of the analysis order that’s been placed by the customer. This has meant lots of duplication work and this is what is eliminated by using the web application... (More)
Buildings that are built and the asphalt that is used for the paving needs to be tested to see if they fulfill certain requirements and standards. These types of tests are performed at Peab’s technology centers/laboratories and it is in one of their labs in Helsingborg that the degree project has been executed.
As soon as the laboratory gets a concrete sample, they are supposed to register it in their computer software to be able to get the correct forms for the test. The registration process has previously been handled manually by copying the information about the concrete straight of the analysis order that’s been placed by the customer. This has meant lots of duplication work and this is what is eliminated by using the web application developed in the degree project. The solution consists of a web application where the customers can submit their analysis orders, a database where the information can be stored and a prototype program to show how the cooperation could work. The web application is developed together with the database in a program called Visual Studio which is created by Microsoft. A prototype program is also developed in Eclipse with Java coding to illustrate how the new web application for order submittal can interact with the application used by the laboratory technicians by immediately extracting all information about an order from the database when its orderid is searched for in the prototype program. Thanks to the simplified process that is created for the registration of samples, the work duplication from the ones who put the orders and the personnel at the laboratory who copies the information straight from the customer’s analysis order. Human mistakes such as the input of incorrect information in the program by the laboratory technicians are completely eliminated because they are now a complete duplicate of the analysis order. Time saved by using this application is about seven minutes in total per analysis order. (Less)
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author
Hinz, Dennis and Mattsson, Axel
organization
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
peab, databas, programmering, analysorder, webbapplikation
language
Swedish
id
8927779
date added to LUP
2017-10-25 04:08:01
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2018-10-18 10:37:12
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  abstract     = {Buildings that are built and the asphalt that is used for the paving needs to be tested to see if they fulfill certain requirements and standards. These types of tests are performed at Peab’s technology centers/laboratories and it is in one of their labs in Helsingborg that the degree project has been executed.
As soon as the laboratory gets a concrete sample, they are supposed to register it in their computer software to be able to get the correct forms for the test. The registration process has previously been handled manually by copying the information about the concrete straight of the analysis order that’s been placed by the customer. This has meant lots of duplication work and this is what is eliminated by using the web application developed in the degree project. The solution consists of a web application where the customers can submit their analysis orders, a database where the information can be stored and a prototype program to show how the cooperation could work. The web application is developed together with the database in a program called Visual Studio which is created by Microsoft. A prototype program is also developed in Eclipse with Java coding to illustrate how the new web application for order submittal can interact with the application used by the laboratory technicians by immediately extracting all information about an order from the database when its orderid is searched for in the prototype program. Thanks to the simplified process that is created for the registration of samples, the work duplication from the ones who put the orders and the personnel at the laboratory who copies the information straight from the customer’s analysis order. Human mistakes such as the input of incorrect information in the program by the laboratory technicians are completely eliminated because they are now a complete duplicate of the analysis order. Time saved by using this application is about seven minutes in total per analysis order.},
  author       = {Hinz, Dennis and Mattsson, Axel},
  keyword      = {peab,databas,programmering,analysorder,webbapplikation},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Automatisering av analysorderhantering},
  year         = {2017},
}