Analysis of machine repair time prediction using machine learning at one of leading footwear manufacturers in Indonesia

Yulio Agefa Purmala, Sumarsono Sudarto


Machine breakdowns in the production line mostly finish in more than 18
minutes, since the machine that needs repair more time is done on the
production line, not in the machine warehouse. Historical machine
breakdown data is digitally recorded through the Andon system, but it is still
not being used adequately to aid decision-making. This research introduces
an analysis of historical machine breakdown data to provide predictions of
repair time intervals with a focus on finding the best algorithm accuracy.
The research method uses machine learning techniques with a classification
model. There are five algorithms used: logistic regression (LR), naive bayes
(NB), k-nearest neighbor (KNN), support vector machine (SVM), and
random forest (RF). The results of this study prove that historical machine
breakdown data can be optimized to predict machine repair time intervals in
the production line. The accuracy of LR algorithm is slightly better than the
other algorithms. Based on the receiver operating characteristic–area under
curve (ROC-AUC) performance evaluation metric, the quality value of the
accuracy of LR model is satisfied with a percentage of 69% with a
difference of 0.5% between the train and test data.


Classification; Evaluation metrics; Machine breakdown; Machine learning; Repair time

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