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  1. WebAccessHMI & SCADA softwareProduct Overview

  2. What Is WebAccess Software? • Web Browser-based • HMI and SCADA software • For industrial control systems • And facilities automation. HMI Human Machine Interface SCADA Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

  3. Industry Applications • Facilities Automation • Energy & Power • Petroleum & Chemicals • Semiconductor • Transportation • Water & Wastewater HMI Human Machine Interface SCADA Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

  4. Web Browser HMI & SCADA • View and control • Automation equipment. • via PLCs, Controllers, IO • In real-time • Using an ordinary web browser • Internet explorer 5.5 or 6.0 • Unofficially, Netscape navigator 6.1 • Animated graphics • Rotate, color change, motion across screen • Trends & data logging • Alarms, recipes, scheduler & more…

  5. What makes WebAccess unique? • Web browser based Engineering! • Build Graphics (DRAW). • Configure Tags, Alarms, Recipes, Schedules and databases. • Download, Start and Stop Nodes. • Using Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6.0 • Unofficially – Netscape Navigator 6.1 • Remotely support customers • Reduce trips to field. • Faster customer response. • Reduce startup and down time. • Engineering Tool is independent of software version installed at customers’ site. • Engineers & technicians always have the right version of software needed.

  6. What makes WebAccess unique? • Ordinary Web Server • Microsoft IIS • standard option in Windows NT, 2000, and XP. • Redundant SCADA node • standard feature. • Redundant Communication Ports • Standard feature, If device driver protocol support this. • A “true” Thin Client • Any web browser including Windows CE pocket PCs, PDA and handhelds. • Designed for the Web • No legacy software. • 2002 technology.

  7. Traditional HMI and SCADA • Traditional not designed for the Web • Limited or no remote database configuration • Limited or no graphics building via web browser. • limited function Web Client. • 1980’s technology. • locked into legacy software. • Web is a “patch” onto system. • Proprietary. • Software versions requires cataloging, tracking and “repurchase” of engineering tool(s). • Example: • Intellution/Emerson, Wonderware/Foxboro, Johnson, Indusoft, Citec, Iconics….

  8. Review What makes WebAccess unique? • Ordinary Web Browser to View and Control with full animation. • Ordinary Web Server. • A “true” Thin Client. • Redundant SCADA node. • Redundant Communication Ports. • Designed for the Web. • Web browser based Engineering! • Remotely support customers. • Engineering Tool is independent of software version installed at customers’ site. • Engineers & technicians always have the right version of software needed.

  9. Productivity tools in WebAccess • Import AutoCAD DXF files • Fully Edit (fill, color, group) and fully animate. • Floor plans, equipment drawings, P&Ids. • Import Gif, Bitmap, JPEG, icons. • Animate for size, position, frames. • One set of graphics for both web & local displays • No conversion of graphics required. • EXCEL import/export • Create and edit tags, alarms, recipes, etc. • Import SCADA nodes • Move easily from development laptop to customers’ PC. • Scale-up, down, merge projects easily.

  10. Productivity tools in WebAccess • Vector based Graphics • Build at any resolution • View at any resolution • Scalable graphic within browser • Auto fit within browser client • Rendering of graphic and animation on client side to optimize system load • Smaller file sizes than bitmaps • Libraries of Symbols, and Widgets • Symbols and pre-animated Widgets supplied with system • Create Symbols and Widgets for later use. • Move Libraries to other projects

  11. Productivity tools in WebAccess TAG • Object oriented “tag” database • Parameters • Guide novice users with pre-defined addressing for all device drivers. • Blocks • PID, VAV and other controllers. • Setpoint, Measurement, Output, AM, tuning parameters, grouped into one tag. • Reduces time to build database • Block Detail Display reduces display building. Allows one display to view hundreds of the same Block Type. • Alarms standard feature of all tags • No separate alarm tags needed. • Check box to enable. • High-High, High, Low, Low-Low, Rate-of-Change, Hi Deviation, low deviation and State alarms. Tag Name Parameters Address Bit Length Conversion Scaling Eng. Units Description More…..

  12. Complete SCADA solution • Alarm Handling Package • Complete, “Out-of-the-box” • Alarm Summary Display • Sort and filter by Priority, Time, Location • Global Alarms • See and Acknowledge alarms from all SCADA nodes • Email and Pager notification of Alarms • PDA and Pocket PC view and acknowledge alarms • Alarm Log • Printer, hard drive and central database. • Disable alarms by Groups • Fast response Alarm Graphic, and more…

  13. Complete SCADA Solution • Trending & data logging • 12 tags on one graph • Add /change tags without loosing data • Scroll by second, hour, day, month • Change scale (zoom) • X-Y plot and time based • HTML report (copy and paste data to EXCEL, etc.) • Local recording to hard drive • Centralized recording to single DB for all SCADA nodes

  14. Complete SCADA Solution • Scheduled Reports • Shift, Daily and Monthly reports generated automatically • View current and previous reports in Web Browser • HTML report (copy and paste data to EXCEL, etc.) • Emails report in HTML format • Prints to printer or file • Centralized recording to single DB for all SCADA nodes

  15. Complete SCADA Solution • Scheduler • Calendar, time of day, day of week and holiday schedules • Analog, discrete and text values • Temperature setbacks, lighting control, equipment applications

  16. Complete SCADA Solution • Recipes • Download hundreds of setpoints and change equipment status with a single button • Redirect multiple recipes to multiple units • Batch, blending, startup and shutdown applications

  17. Complete SCADA Solution • Integrated Video and Audio • Video in graphic Display with pushbuttons, trends etc. • Scripts to animate or rotate between cameras • IP enabled cameras • Security • Traffic and transportation • View and hear equipment startup • Windows media supported

  18. Complete SCADA Solution • Security • “Area of responsibility” • Tags assigned to single area • Users assigned to one or more areas. Can not change tags outside assigned area. • Level • 127 access levels within an area. • Users • Restricted users – view display and data assigned to them. • General – all displays except ‘system displays”. • Power user all displays. • Project user – DRAW, configuration tool.

  19. Complete SCADA Solution • Data base and Tag browser View the entire database of every SCADA Node. • Current Value. • Description. • Span, Eng. Units. • Drill down to Point Detail info on Configuration: address, location. • Find Displays, trends, alarm groups using the tag.

  20. Complete Facilities Automation SCADAmore than an HMI Integral Facilities Automation functions • Scheduler • Alarm Notification by phone, pager, email, etc. • Security Video and Audio • Replaces 3rd Party software : cost, reliability, ease of use • Adds functionality to traditional automation IO Leading Edge Internet technology • Access with web browsers • Remote Engineering & Technical Support. • Direct access by accounting for more accurate energy usage / time of day invoicing • Web browser access is current trend in the Telecom automation industry Turn Facilities Automation into Energy Management • Aggregate multiple facilities into a single system • Improved electrical rates: load shedding, peak shaving, etc.

  21. System Architecture

  22. True Internet Connectivity • Clients are ordinaryWeb Browsers • MicrosoftInternet Explorer 5.5 and 6.0 • Netscape 6.1 • Desktops • Laptops • Handhelds • Pocket PCS (iPAQ), PDAs • Windows CE, 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP

  23. True Internet Connectivity • Full Control • Setpoints • Equipment Start / Stop • Acknowledge Alarms • Thin Client has full control too! • Full Animation in Clients • Clients are Engineering Station too!

  24. True Internet Connectivity • Unlimited concurrent clients • No Client License Fees! • Automatic Download of Plug-in if needed • No Plug-in required for Thin Client

  25. True Internet Connectivity • Access with IP address, computer name or URL. • Pass through Dynamic IP • Private IP • with ICS or NAT • Port Mapping • Firewalls

  26. True Internet Connectivity • T1, DSL, ADSL, ISDN, 56K, 33.6K • Wireless Ethernet

  27. Multi-Layer Internet Security • Microsoft IIS security • Windows Integrated Security • VPN (Virtual Private Networks) • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates • Beyond ordinary Web Server security • Web Access adds additional security to connect • User name and Log-in • To view a display. • To Change a value. • 32 “Areas of Responsibility” . • User must be assigned to same Area the tag is assigned. • 127 Password Levels, User must also have a password “Level” that matches or exceeds that assigned to the tag.

  28. Fully Scale-able Web Application • Networks. • Multiple clients and SCADA nodes. • WebAccess can aggregate multiple facilities into one system using TCP/IP. • Single Machine Interface

  29. Fully Scale-able Web Application • Unrestricted number of SCADA nodes • SCADA node connects to Programmable Controllers,I/O Devices,Loop Controllers, DCS Systems, DDC Systems, RTUs, Instruments • Up to 3000+ devices on a SCADA node • extendable to 16k • 60,000+ tags per node • No limitation on the location of SCADA nodes or devices.

  30. Partial Drivers List: Automation Equipment

  31. Fully Scale-able Web Application • Multiple seat database configuration • Any client can configure • No configuration seat License Fee! • Unlimited number of Client connections.

  32. Fully Scale-able Web Application • Standalone single HMI • Remote support • Via dial-up, intranet or Internet • Remote monitoring • by managers, engineering, accounting. • After-hours, Emergency or Swing Shift • Hazardous locations

  33. WebAccess application • Easy to install • without prior web knowledge or experience of web site building • No HTML required by user • No graphics conversion • Automatic download of plug-in if needed by clients • Download files with a single pushbutton

  34. WebAccess application • Enables the average user to implement and maintain a small or large scale control system using built in networking tools.

  35. Customers – Local & International Federal Reserve Waste Water Controls China Embarcadero Center 6 SCADA nodes to control five 30-floor office buildings in San Francisco University of California Berkeley Campus Ten WebAccess nodes monitor & control 50 campus buildings INTEL 5 facilities including 2 FAB locations Sandia Labs

  36. Customer – Local

  37. Customer - International • Application : Home Automation. • Phase I Scale : Monitor 30,000 apartments. • Phase II Scale : Monitor 3 Million apartments.

  38. Typical Customer • Single PC • With occasional remote access

  39. International Customers • Multiple language versions • English • Japanese • Simplified Chinese • Traditional Chinese • Localization design • Just fill in a column in Excel for translation • easily add a new language to Broadwin WebAccess

  40. Completely Browser-based HMI • All operations performed over the Internet (or intranet) using a web browser. • Real-time data for operators and managers. • Monitor, control, acknowledge alarms, download recipes, change setpoints, start and stop equipment… • Remote support by engineers and technicians. • All engineering, configuration, programming, and technical support using an ordinary web browser. • Real-time data + remote support = the first “completely” web browser-based HMI. • The competition offers only half a solution.

  41. High Performance Design for the Web • Optimized for internet traffic • Speed sensitive data communication adjusts for each client • Vector based graphics • Smaller file size and faster downloads than bitmaps • High performance vector graphic engine • Very low CPU utilization • Runs on Client side to reduce network load • Win32, multi-threaded data kernel • all Microsoft Win32 platforms including Windows XP • Best driver performance • at least 7x faster than Intouch, 3x faster than iFix

  42. Conclusion: The first fully Web browser-based HMI / SCADA software • Ordinary Web browser. • Ordinary Web Server. • Full Animation Client. • A “true” Thin Client for PDA and Pocket PC. • Email and text messaging of Alarms. • Web browser is the Engineering Tool . • Configure Database, Tags, Alarms, …. • Build Graphics, Download Software, start nodes remotely. • 2002 technology. • Designed for the Web.

  43. Contact BroadWin Technology Inc. 111 Deerwood Road, # 250San Ramon, CA 94583 USAEmail: info@broadwin.comTelephone: (925) 362-4592Fax: (925) 362-9904www.broadwin.comTom Carter – Product ManagerFrank Lin - President