The Table of Predicted Number of Failures displays information about the potential and predicted number of failures for future times:
The potential number of failures at a future time period is the number of units at risk at the end of the data collection period (the "present: time") plus the cumulative number of additional units that will ship in each subsequent time period.
The predicted number of failures is the cumulative number of failures that the model predicts from the end of the data collection period (the "present time") through the given number of future time periods.
The 95% Poisson confidence interval is a 95% confidence interval for the predicted number of failures.
Five months from now, 16,931 units will be at risk. With 95% confidence, the engineer can expect the number of failures to fall between approximately 62 and 98.