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ARC's Wil Chin's PAM Presentation from ARC's 2008 Industry Forum in Orlando, FL.

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  • Little standardization for other types of production equipment such as pumps, fans, compressors and electrical equipment
  • In Device Description technology has been in existence for 10 years For example, a F Fieldbus-compatible device built on EDDL technology can be added to a Foundation Fieldbus-compatible host system from any supplier, and the system can automatically recognize the characteristics and parameters of that device, regardless of the operating system software the host system is using.OPC Foundation The initial objective of the OPC Foundation was to essentially specify a standard set of Microsoft-based software interfaces to support the exchange of runtime control data. With UA, we want to integrate those interface specifications and extend the use of OPC beyond the runtime data. The main objective of UA is to create a richer data model, to provide for platform independence and to enhance integration support between the plant floor and the enterprise system.OPC Foundation joined the ECT to enhance integration support between the plant floor and the enterprise system using OPC UA

ARC's Wil Chin's PAM Presentation from ARC's 2008 Industry Forum ARC's Wil Chin's PAM Presentation from ARC's 2008 Industry Forum Presentation Transcript

  • Wil Chin Research Director ARC Advisory Group wchin@ARCweb.com Plant Asset Management Communication Challenges
  • 2 © ARC Advisory Group What is PAM? Utilities Mechanical Equipment Wiring Valves Motors Machinery Analyzers Field Devices Workers Switch- gear PAM PAM Solutions Monitor and Protect Assets Provide Predictive Asset Health Information Enable Workers to Analyze, Maintain, and Optimize Assets to Increase Production Availability
  • 5 © ARC Advisory Group Automation system Inspection Other Online monitoring system What is Your Primary Source of Plant Asset Condition Information? Periodical plant inspection Operator Automation system (e.g. DCS) Online monitoring system Other 8.5 % 16.0 % 52.8 % 12.3 % 10.4 % Operator
  • 6 © ARC Advisory Group Which Assets are Appropriate for PAM? 9080706050403020100 Field devices Electrical equipment DCS, PLC, networks Logistical equipment Machinery Building equipment Process equipment Packaging equipment Process units Package Units Plants Other 69.4 % 47.7 % 58.6 % 11.7 % 69.4 % 11.7 % 72.1 % 18.0 % 34.2 % 43.2 % 31.5 % 1.8 %
  • 7 © ARC Advisory Group Do Deploy Field Devices Enabled with HART, Foundation Fieldbus or Profibus? 9080706050403020100 None HART Foundation Fieldbus H1 Foundation Fieldbus HSE Profibus PA Profibus DP Other 7.2 % 72.1 % 28.8 % 8.1 % 47.7 % 55.0 % 3.6 % None HART Foundation Fieldbus H1 Foundation Fieldbus HSE Profibus PA Profibus DP Other
  • 8 © ARC Advisory Group Yes (73) No (32) Do You Use an EAM System for Management and Maintenance Activities? Yes No 69.5 % 30.5 %
  • 9 © ARC Advisory Group What Obstacles are Inhibiting the Growth of PAM? Other 806040200 Lacking standardization (field devices, machines, components, etc. Non existing standardization (field devices, machines, components, etc. Lack of integration of Plant Asset information, interoperability Non existence of integration of Plant Asset information, interoperability Complexity of the technologies (e.g., fieldbus technology, device descriptions, system, etc.) Expenses for engineering and support of PAM applications 42.3 % 16.2 % 53.2 % 28.8 % 32.4 % 65.8 % 4.5 %
  • 10 © ARC Advisory Group0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Field device diagnosis Valve monitoring Partial stroke test of instruments Oil analysis Vibration analysis (rotating equipment) Sound emission analysis Thermography Corrosion monitoring X-ray radiography Netw ork monitoring Electrical equipment monitoring Alarmmonitoring Controller performance analysis and monitoring Soft sensors Sterility monitoring Biosensors for fermenter monitoring Structured plant inspection Principles, methodology Accuracy Robustness, reliability Interoperability, ease of integration standardization Cost/Value ratio Which Aspects Require Improvement?
  • 11 © ARC Advisory Group The Future of PAM Needs Interoperability Detect Analyze Correct Deliver Integrating Information from Plant Systems, People, Field Devices, and Applications in Real Time!
  • 12 © ARC Advisory Group Machinery Process Supervisory Control I/O Device PROFInet DP, PA NETWORKLEVEL TYPE OF CONTROL HSE H1 PAM Requires Interoperable Communication Technologies Interoperability
  • 13 © ARC Advisory Group Possible Communication Solutions - EDDL  EDDL acronym for Electronic Device Description Language used by Fieldbus Foundation, HART, and Profibus  EDDL - text-based language, describes digital communication attributes of intelligent field devices  Enables host to setup, calibrate, and maintain devices- meets IEC 61804-2  EDDL Cooperative team (ECT) - FF, HCF and PNO,  Enhanced EDDL - graphic visualization and persistent data storage  EDDL -operating system independent and host system independent.  OPC Foundation joined the ECT to enhance integration
  • 14 © ARC Advisory Group Possible Communication Solutions - FDT  FDT is an open universal device communication interface  Facilitates interoperability to distribute information  Communication protocol independent- Foundation Fieldbus, HART, Profibus and others  Connects old and new legacy assets  Complements to EDDL- FDT require DDL to function  Higher cost can be offset by improved user efficiency  EDDL Cooperation Team (ECT) and the FDT Group agreed to combine efforts and work toward a unified solution for device integration  The unified solution will based on the upcoming OPC UA technology
  • 15 © ARC Advisory Group Next Steps  Confused?  Our next speakers will provide practical advice: • Tom Kuperij, General Manager of WIB • EDDL and FDT Test Results • Mr. Sven Seintsch- BIS-Prozesstechnik • EDDL  Conclude with an interactive roundtable discussion
  • 16 © ARC Advisory Group Thank You. For more information, contact the author at wchin@arcweb.com or visit our web pages at www.arcweb.com