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  1. System Platform 2014 Roadmap & New Features

  2. HMI Supervisory Roadmap • Wonderware System Platform /InTouch 2012 R2 • Device Integration Updates • Multi-Galaxy Runtime • Raised Historian Scalability • Dual Historian • InTouch Machine Licensing • Semantic Model • InTouch 2012 R2 • Extension • Access Anywhere • HTML5 InTouch Access • No Graphic Conversion • 100% InTouch Functionality • Wonderware System Platform \InTouch 2014 • Scripting improvements • Unified Historian • New Animations • Situational Awareness Lib • Alarm Aggregation • Template locking • Styles • Symbol Wizards • OPC UA client • New License tool Q4-2012 Q3-2013 Q4-2013 CY-2015

  3. Atypical ( A typical ) Topology… InTouch InTouch Engineering Station Engineering Station IDE IDE Workstation InTouch InTouch Bootstrap Bootstrap Bootstrap Bootstrap Galaxy Rep. Historian Info Server Bootstrap Bootstrap Bootstrap Bootstrap Bootstrap IO Server Visualization Node Visualization Node Historian Information Server I/O Data Server Galaxy Repository Bootstrap AutomationObject Server AutomationObject Server

  4. New with System Platform 2012:Simplified Installation – Single DVD Multiple setup options: • Role Based • Product Based • Both can be customized 1 install disc

  5. Installation User Interface

  6. Cadence Release:Wonderware System Platform 2012 Released November 2011 • Wonderware InTouch HMI 2012 (v10.5) • Wonderware Application Server 2012 (v3.5) • Wonderware Historian Server 2012 (v10.0 SP1) • Wonderware Historian Client 2012 (v10.0 SP2) • Wonderware Information Server 2012 (v4.5)

  7. Cadence Release:Wonderware System Platform 2012 R2 Released December 2012 • Wonderware InTouch HMI 2012 R2 (v10.6) • Wonderware Application Server 2012 R2 (v3.6) • Wonderware Historian Server 2012 R2 (v11.0) • Wonderware Historian Client 2012 R2 (v10.1) • Wonderware Information Server 2012 R2 (v5.0)

  8. Cadence Release:Wonderware System Platform 2014 Scheduled Release: December 2013 • Wonderware InTouch 2014(v11.0) • Wonderware Application Server 2014(v4.0) • Wonderware Historian Server 2014(v11.5) • Wonderware Historian Client 2014(v10.5) • Wonderware Information Server 2014(v5.5)

  9. System Platform 2014 New Features InTouch 2014 (v11.0) • Situational Awareness Library • Element Styles • Symbol Wizards • New Animations • Graphic Performance Index • Owning Object • InTouch Access Anywhere Historian 2014 (v11.5) • Historize Alarms & Events from Wonderware Application Server • Support for 2M I/O at Tier 2 • New SDK toolkit Application Server 2014 (v4.0) • Multi-Galaxy Communication • ArchestrA Service Bus • Template and Symbol Protection • QuickScript Editor Scripting Enhancements • Alarm System Enhancements • Technology Updates New Technology Support • Windows 8, Server 2012 • .NET Framework 4.5 • SQL Server 2012 SP1

  10. 2014

  11. Introducing InTouch Access Anywhere • Full web-based access to InTouch applications from anywhere anytime regardless of platform or location. • Runs in HTML5-compliant browsers (IE, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.) • No Flash, Java, ActiveX, Silverlight or other special software needed. • Doesn’t require installing or configuring any client-side applications. • Platform-agnostic: • Runs on a variety of devices (Desktops, Laptops, Tablets, Smart Phones, Smart TVs and more) • Running on a variety of platforms (Windows, iOS, Android, Linux,…) • Provides secure access • Same OS-based security as Remote Desktop • Supports HTTP, HTTPS, and SSL. • Natively supports RDP encryption.

  12. InTouch® Access Anywhere Benefits All of the above with no compromise on InTouch®functionality!

  13. InTouch Access Anywhere REMOTE ACCESS Engineering Station Mobile Users Casual Users Visualization Node Industrial Computer Casual Users InTouch Terminal Server + InTouch Access Anywhere Galaxy Repository I/O Data Server Historian Mobile Users Automation Object Server Automation Object Server Any location Plant

  14. RDP Compression and Acceleration • Enhances remote desktop performance over the Internet. • Image compression: Compresses images before transmitting them to the browser for rendering. • Packet shaping: Optimizes the network messages to improve network utilization and performance. • Whole frame rendering: The display is updated as a whole rather than in blocks, as performed by standard RDP. Coupled with the other optimization features, it results in a smoother display that more closely resembles the functionality on local desktops.

  15. Remote User Log-In Open a web browser Enter URL or IP of the InTouch Access Anywhere Server Select InTouch application (if more than one exists on the server.) Enter valid credentials Click on “Connect”

  16. System Requirements • Server side • Windows Server OS (Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008 Server SP2) • Remote Desktop • InTouch 2012 R2 • InTouch TSE Concurrent licenses • Client End: • HTML5 compatible browser including, but not limited to: • Internet Explorer 10 or IE6 - IE9 (with Google Chrome Frame) • Chrome 12 or higher • Safari 5 or higher • Firefox 6 or higher • Opera 11 or higher • Amazon Silk

  17. Changing Operator Role – Market Trend

  18. Modern HMI: Today we can almost anything Realistic 3D equipment. Millions of shades of color. Animated flames, flows, motors.

  19. Without the Decoration

  20. Opportunity: Situational Awareness Enhance the operator’s Situational Awareness of current process conditions. Leverage a variety of visual techniques within the HMI. Increase contrast between normal operating conditions and alarm states requiring action. • Largely monochrome color palette. • Display vivid colored alarm states. • Graphics purposely not photo realistic. • Provide just enough visual detail to deliver functional purpose without showing extraneous information to operators.

  21. Situational Awareness Symbols Traditional HMI Critical What Happened ? Alarm Grid Tool Process Trends Impact Tool Knowledge Operator Operational Limits SAL Graphics Knowledge Operator Alarm Boundaries What is Happening ? Interpretation time Time Alarm - 40 %

  22. Situational Awareness Symbols Library

  23. Consistency through Element Styles Element Styles selectable from pull down list Element Style displayed as property Applied to graphic elements

  24. Ability to Choose from Multiple Palettes

  25. Symbol Wizard: Example Opportunities

  26. Symbol Wizards • Simple Case: Pilot Light Many Symbols 1 Wizard 2 Options: Bezel Thickness Color

  27. Example: Multiple Bar Graphs

  28. Symbol Wizard – Bar Graph Rules Rules

  29. New Animation: Points

  30. New Animation: Alarm Border 3 4 2 1

  31. New Animation: Sweep Angle • Example: RPM Meter • Optimal range is shown by shaded area. • Dynamically established. • Supported Elements: • Arcs • Pies • Chords

  32. New Graphic Element: Trend Pen

  33. New Graphic Element: Trend Pen

  34. Programmatic Graphic Generation • Publish open XML Schema • Export Graphic as XML • Import Graphics as XML • Programmatic access to Import/Export Export ArchestrA Symbol XML Configuration Repository Import

  35. Owning Object • Owning Object can be set without scripting, browsing or typing. • Easier to define the graphics from the graphic toolbox.

  36. Graphic Performance Indication

  37. 2014

  38. Estimating Bandwidth/Storage

  39. Alarm DB Logger Configuration ? 20 steps

  40. Alarm History Stack Application Server 2012 R2 History Blocks SQL Server WWALMDB Process History Store-forward Redundancy Compression Bandwidth Limit HCAP SQL Connection WCF Opportunity for improvement Alarm DB Logger Alarm Manager HCAL Application Server Application Server

  41. Alarm History Stack Application Server 2014 History Blocks SQL Server WWALMDB History Store-forward Redundancy Compression Bandwidth Limit HCAP WCF HCAL Application Server* * No change for InTouch Alarm/Event History

  42. New Alarms & Events In Historian • Same Historian configuration: • Server • Redundant Historian • Store forward • Bandwidth

  43. Filtering Historized Alarms & Events

  44. Redundant Alarm History Client Switching (active-passive) A2ALMDB A2ALMDB HCAP HCAP Redundant Historians (active-active) HCAL ApplicationServer *

  45. Integrated View • View • Lists show alarm severity • Alarms/acknowledgement on trends • Operator actions overlayed • OverView • Part Of Information Server • Released in System Platform 2012 R2 • Updated in System Platform 2014 • Also works with legacy WWALMDB

  46. Coming: Block-Based Alarm History Application Server 2014 R2* • Storage • Alarm/Event stored in History Blocks • Easily archive/purge/restore using Windows Explorer • Flexible structure • Performance • Significantly higher rates • Capacity limited by space, not insertion rate • Licensing • May require Enterprise Edition • Otherwise, use A2ALMDB History Blocks HCAP WCF HCAL ApplicationServer * Tentative—expected in CY 2014

  47. Still used for: Standalone InTouch ASP upgrades with existing DB Logger Stores to WWALMDB Alarm DB Logger

  48. Historian Scalability 2,000,000 tags 2 million tags only supported via Replication (from a “Tier 1”)

  49. Tag Meta Data Historian 2012 R2 & Earlier Historian 2014 Runtime DB History Blocks

  50. Historian 2014 Status Panel