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Technology business strategy september 2002 janie west business development manager

Technology & Business Strategy

September 2002

Janie West, Business Development Manager


Agenda

Agenda

  • Today’s Industrial & Manufacturing Business & Technology Drivers

  • Vision of Real Time Agility for the Industrial/Manufacturing Enterprise

  • How Invensys is Evolving it’s Technology, Products & Services Offerings to Deliver on This Vision

  • What this Means to Our Marketplace & Business

Industrial Control and Monitoring Instrumentation


Today s industrial manufacturing business drivers

Today’s Industrial & Manufacturing Business Drivers

  • Lowering total cost of ownership

    • Decreased integration and development costs

    • Global deployment flexibility

    • Increased speed of deployment

  • Efficient/effective extended supply chain that can detect and respond seamlessly to changes in supply or demand

  • Information when, where, and how it is needed for best operational results … for Real Time Agility


Technology impact on industrial automation and information systems

Corporate

1990s

Technology impact on industrial automation and information systems

Ecosystem

2000s

Local

1980s

Dedicated, non-standard, non-connected

  • 1st Generation DCS / PLCs

  • Proprietary systems/networks

  • Introduction of workstations

Beginnings of standards and connectivity

  • 2nd generation DCS/PLCs, starting to enable connections

  • PC based supervisory systems

  • Internet/Intranet

  • Business process integration: ERP, CRM, SCM…

Open, standards-based, seamlessly integrated and interconnected

  • Real Time Interconnection of:

    • Customers/Plants/Suppliers

    • All systems & workers

    • Workers in all roles

    • Business & manufacturing processes

    • Effective use of information


Agenda1

Agenda

  • Today’s Industrial & Manufacturing Business & Technology Drivers

  • Vision of Real Time Agility for the Industrial/Manufacturing Enterprise

  • How Invensys is Evolving it’s Technology, Products & Services Offerings to Deliver on This Vision

  • What this Means to Our Marketplace & Business

Industrial Control and Monitoring Instrumentation


Technology business strategy september 2002 janie west business development manager

  • Solutions that are inherently adaptable

  • Solutions built from integrated products from Invensys and non-Invensys products

  • Solutions that are modular, extensible, adaptable

Real TimeAgility

Solutions

  • Products from domain specialized companies

  • Leveraging RTEF flexibility

  • Many products - built for instant integration

Agile Products

& Applications

3rd Parties

EET

PE

ARCHESTRA

The Real Time Enterprise Framework is the foundation for delivering customer solutions that offer real time agility

REAL TIME ENTERPRISE FRAMEWORK

Agile Technologies

& Architectures

  • Agile, modular application models

  • Agile technologies & architectures - designed for change


Corresponding technology architecture layers of the real time enterprise framework

Enterprise

Corresponding technology/architecture layers of the Real Time Enterprise Framework

Data

Human

Device

Location

REAL TIME ENTERPRISE FRAMEWORK

EET

KPI, P&L

Employees

Partners

Customers

Suppliers

Transformation from/to Business Centric

Transactions

Transformation from/to Plant/Production Centric

PE

Knowledge Worker

Plant

Objects, Plant Model

ARCHESTRA

Transformation from/to Control/Asset Centric

Operators

Transformation from/to Device/Bus/Bit Centric

Device I/O


Applications products solutions delivery out of the real time enterprise framework

Applications/products/solutions delivery out of the Real Time Enterprise Framework

REAL TIME ENTERPRISE FRAMEWORK

EET

Business

Management

(EET = Enterprise

Enabling Technologies)

ERP SCM CRM PLM

Production Engine

PE

Production

Management

(PE = Production Engine)

ARCHESTRA

Supervisory &

Control

SCADA


Agenda2

Agenda

  • Today’s Industrial & Manufacturing Business & Technology Drivers

  • Vision of Real Time Agility for the Industrial/Manufacturing Enterprise

  • How Invensys is Evolving it’s Technology, Products & Services Offerings to Deliver on This Vision

  • What this Means to Our Marketplace & Business

Industrial Control and Monitoring Instrumentation


Multiple fieldbus support foundation fieldbus enhancements

  • Where are we today?

  • Multiple Fieldbuses Supported today

  • Avantis Dynamic Maintenance Mgmt. Today

  • Where are we going?

  • Reality – Plants will have combinations of field buses and discrete I/O to deal with!!

    • Field Device Mgmt. Added (HART, FoxCom)Dec 2002- Archestra enabled

  • Major FF Expansion/Improvements - Dec 2003:

    • Hardware Redundancy

    • Synchronized H1 segments

    • ArchestrA Based Field Device Mgmt.

      • Unified field device offering independent of the type of Field bus, device or discrete I/O

Multiple Fieldbus support &FOUNDATION Fieldbus enhancements

ARCHESTRA

Transformation from/to Plant/Production Centric

Transformation from/to Control/Asset Centric

Transformation from/to Device/Bus/Bit Centric

FoxCom


What is archestra

Every system In your plant, working In concert

  • Rapid knowledge capture and reuse

  • Basis for collaborative

  • production systems

Adds Significant Value to Your Manufacturing Enterprise

  • Easy solution generation, installation, operation, & support

  • Solutions assembly & reuse – not programming

  • Instant integration of application information

Significantly Reduces Total Cost of Ownership

  • Industrializes the latest software technologies

  • Extends the useful life of legacy systems

  • Basis for Invensys future offerings

  • Development tools open to 3rd Parties

Fresh, Automation and Information Architecture

What is “ArchestrA”?

Name Combination of “Orchestration & Architecture”


How archestra will transform the way we all apply industrial manufacturing solutions

  • The Ability to Extend & Customize

    • Applications

    • Customized integration interfaces

Application Model &

Architecture

Modular Application Model & Unified Industrial Architecture =

  • Application design freedom – separate & insulated from hardware limitations

  • Scalability and optimization of distributed applications

  • Project longevity

  • Insulation from technology changes

  • Engineering re-use

  • Application or System assembly/ configuration

Configuration Tools:

  • IDE Application Configuration

  • Application Object Toolkits

    • DAS Toolkit

    • GR Access

Application

Model &

Architecture

Extensibility

Unified Framework

Services

Application Longevity

Engineering Productivity

Agility

Configuration

Internationalization

Scripting

Messaging

Security

Historization

Alarms/ Events

Unified Architecture

Licensing

Diagnostics

Deployment

How ArchestrA will transform the way we all apply industrial/manufacturing solutions


Archestra architecture unifies islands of automation information within plants

  • ArchestrA-enabled products shipping since Jun 2002

  • ArchestrA-based products in Beta now

  • FactorySuite A2 – Jan 2003

  • I/A Series A2 – Mar 2003

  • Eurotherm Suite A2 - 2003

  • FoxSCADA – 2003

  • Energy Mgmt. - 2003

  • Ongoing Adoption & Releases

ArchestrA architecture unifies “islands of automation & information” within plants

ARCHESTRA


Production engine for production management

_

_

  • Launching Now

  • Additional Adapters, Templates, & Applications in 2003

Mobile Users

Stationary Users

Production Engine for Production Management

Production Engine

  • Production Engine is a technology that enables the event-based exchange of information between disparate applications, enterprise systems, plant floor systems (ArchestrA), and users

  • Production Engine uses graphical workflows to define and manage the execution of manual and automatic work processes, which drive the information exchange, based on user-defined events

Adapters

External Message Web service

Workflow Event Engine

Manufacturing

Applications


Applications products solutions delivery out of the real time enterprise framework1

Applications/products/solutions delivery out of the Real Time Enterprise Framework

REAL TIME ENTERPRISE FRAMEWORK

EET

Business

Management

(EET = Enterprise

Enabling Technologies)

ERP SCM CRM PLM

PE

Production Engine

Production

Management

(PE = Production Engine)

ARCHESTRA

Supervisory &

Control

SCADA


Enterprise enabling technology eet

EET 0.0

EET 1.0

EET 2.0

Integrated Interoperable

Suite

BIS DM 2.2

BIS DM 2.X

OW 2.3 / 3.0

OW 2.X / 3.X

EES 2.5

EES 2.X

B2B 2.3

B2B 2.X

Suite Voyager 2.0

Suite Voyager 2.X

Product X.X

Enterprise Enabling Technology (EET)

PHASE 0PHASE IPHASE II

Q4 2002Q12003FUTURE

  • Stand Alone

  • Marketing focus

  • Messaging

  • Communication

  • …..

  • Loosely Coupled

  • Product Changes

  • Common Installer

  • Common Look & Feel

  • Common Licensing

  • Accelerating Apps

  • Integrated & Interoperable

  • Best of Breed

  • Product Replacement

  • Renaming

  • ISE / IDE

  • Solution Development

Visualization

Interoperability

Common Services

Apps Services

Tools

Frame integration


Agenda3

Agenda

  • Today’s Industrial & Manufacturing Business & Technology Drivers

  • Vision of Real Time Agility for the Industrial/Manufacturing Enterprise

  • How Invensys is Evolving it’s Technology, Products & Services Offerings to Deliver on This Vision

  • What this Means to Our Marketplace & Business

Industrial Control and Monitoring Instrumentation


Real time enterprise defined

Real Time Enterprise Defined

  • Real Time Enterprise - operational strategy and vision for all companies

  • Real Time Enterprise Framework – contains combinations of products, architectures and enabling technologies for accelerating the assembly and support of solutions that deliver real time agility

  • Information when, where, how it is needed for best operational results … for Real Time Agility throughout the enterprise and supply chain.


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