Settings > Processes > Create a new process
A complete list of all the processes registered within the account. The input view can be filtered by groups, tags or text strings in the process name.
If a red warning "Not evaluated process list (x)" is shown at the top of the page, the system gives you notice, there are processes that need to be assigned to a group. Every process must be assigned to a group. The number in the brackets indicates a number of unassigned processes.
"Show all" button displays all processes including deleted processes. However, Robolytix does not delete processes, it stores them as inactive and enables them for reactivation.
The "Action" column includes buttons for:
• editing the process
• viewing sonar reports
• viewing the process costs
"Process group history" button shows the process assignment to groups over time.
The Guid entry is a unique process identifier generated by Robolytix and can be used in some types of Sonar implementations.
basic process information used for better understanding by the AI Module. It is important that the AI Module is aware of all exceptions beyond standard understanding of a process - such as linear automated task processing with one start and one end.
Each process can be tagged with an unlimited number of tags. New tags can be created here.
It is used for financial records related to each individual process.
RTE (Robot Time Equivalent)
RTE is the financial value of saved human work. Each process has a financial amount equivalent to human work. This value represents money saved during one completed process run.
List of extra profit
Some processes can generate extra profit. For example, an automated process can receive a commission for generating leads. Enter the value of one successful run achieving extra profit.
List of costs
Evidence of one-off and recurring costs related to the process, i.e. costs of setting up each single process. The process financial data can be entered and edited by the account owner, account admin and group manager.
The Seasonal Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (SARIMA) model, an approach for modelling univariate time series data that may contain trend and seasonal components. In combination with the Weibull distribution, a continuous probability distribution, it is an important part of the AI module, which can be fine-tuned by adjusting the threshold sensitivity level of anomaly detection applied on the process.
In the case of an external provider, the name of the process author is used in combination with a role of the same name to enable anyone, e. g. an external provider, to maintain a proper connection with Robolytix, without access to any other internal account data.
List of all Sonars that have ever communicated with Robolytix in this process. It contains the Sonar type and the time of the last communication. This information is mostly used by process authors to test the Sonar functions in the process.
The process can be deleted here. In fact, Robolytix does not delete the data physically, but keeps them inactive (for historical reporting purposes). That is why the checkbox is called "Mark as deleted" and it even enables to reactivate the deleted process.
In case of repeated deactivation and activation, there is a historical overview, called "Process delete status history", available, containing the dates of the process being marked as deleted.