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05 foundation for rom user perspective 11 19-11

  1. 1. 12/9/2011 1
  2. 2. Foundation for ROM: User Perspective• Strategic New Opportunities for Users and Vendors • Backhaul Network Technology• Fills Market Gaps • SCADA / RTU Market• Reduces risk and maximizes opportunity through standards12/9/2011 2
  3. 3. Backhaul Network Technology• Traditional • Large number of single purpose proprietary networks • User designed and implemented• ISA100.15 Backhaul Technology • Multi purpose (mixed use) standardized technology • Foundation and Vendor support • Applicable in many industries • Uses ISA99 Security Models • Provides Infrastructure for ROM 12/9/2011 3
  4. 4. Backhaul Requirements Real-Time Location Service Mobile Worker RTLS Servers Logistics Worker Safety VoIP PBX VoIP Backhaul Network Control Center Security Cameras Security Video Production Operations Manufacturing System Cell Pump Tank Level Actuator PLC Sensor12/9/2011 4
  5. 5. Backhaul Infrastructure Requirements• Long and Short backhaul networks• Multiple wireless technologies supported (user owned or common carrier)• Scalable to large systems• Centrally managed Distributed network control• Fixed and Mobile field applications support• “Digital Umbrella” 12/9/2011 5
  6. 6. Backhaul Architecture Elements BHI: Backhaul Interface Zone a1 BSP: Backhaul Service Provider CCD: Characterized Control Domain Field CSMD: Control System Management Domain Net Mgr Zone b1 Mobile BHI1 Conduit 1 BHI2 Worker CCD1 Channel a1b1-1 CCD2 1 Channel a1b1-2 BSP Zone b2 Conduit 2 Corp. AP1 Channel a2b2 ITZone a2 Channel m1m2Mobile Conduit 3 AP2 BHI BHIWorker IF5 CSMD 2 Mgmt Mgmt Zone m1 Zone m2 Zone m3 Remote Field User-owned or Control Applications Common Carrier Center Backhaul 12/9/2011 6
  7. 7. Standards Enable Long Term Backhaul Technology Support• Media includes a choice of standard technologies • Fiber, Wi-Fi, WiMax, Cellular, Satellite• IETF runs the networks • IP is required• Trusted computing Group provides network and security management• ISA provides architecture and security requirements• Fieldbus Foundation provides profiles, testing and registration• Vendors provide compliant products and services 12/9/2011 7
  8. 8. Introducing FOUNDATION for Remote Operations Management• Provides a wireless and wired infrastructure for remote assets and applications• Integrates Wired Infrastructure, Remote I/O, ISA100.11a and WirelessHART®• Direct access to device information and diagnostics• Incorporate remote operations data into FOUNDATION Fieldbus infrastructure for data management Wireless and Wired Devices WirelessHART HART FOUNDATION for Wireless ROM Devices Operator Backhaul Station H1 VIDEO ISA100.11a 12/9/2011 8
  9. 9. Remote Operations Management Market• Competes with DCS controllers for local applications • Local market is fairly well served• Competes in SCADA / RTU market for remote applications • Fragmented market with proprietary programmable RTU’s • Users want configurable DCS style applications support • Users want support for data quality and automatic fault handling • Users want products supported by traditional DCS configuration tools • Users want converged support for wired and wireless busses 12/9/2011 9
  10. 10. Simplified User Architecture BHI: Backhaul Interface BHI 1 BHI 2 Level 3.5 BSP: Backhaul Service Provider Level 4 Zone b3.5 CSMD: Configuration, Security and Enterprise Zone a4 Management Domain Zone L2SW: Layer 2 Network Switch Conduit a3.5b3.5 L3SW: Layer 3 Network Switch Video Real-Time Video Channel RTU: Remote Telemetry Unit VIDEO SERVER Mobile Worker Channel Mobile Worker Zone m1 Zone m2 Level 3.5 Zone m3.5 Conduit m1m2 DMZ BHI Backhaul Mgmt Channel Mgmt BHI VIDEO Mgmt BHI 3 CSMD SERVER Zone m3 Conduit m1m3 Remote BHI Backhaul Mgmt Channel Worker Mgmt Server Level 1 Zone b1 Conduit a3.5b1 Level 3 Process Zone a3 Network Mgmt Channel Control Zone RTU Level 0 Zone c0 Wireless Level 2 Conduit a2b1 Conduit b1c0 Sensor Process Zone a2 WSN Channel Network Channel a2b1 Wireless Control Field Zone Network Vibration Sensor Channel Vibration Gateway Sensor12/9/2011 Backhaul Field 10 Network Network
  11. 11. User Needs Addressed by FOUNDATION for ROM• For all types of Mining and Manufacturing sites• Scalability for physically and numerically large networks • Integration of real time networks across multiple sites for central support• Support for multiple user architectures• Supports multiple vendor integration• Meets common requirements • Mobile worker support • Physical and personnel security support • Cybersecurity support 12/9/2011 11
  12. 12. User Needs Addressed by FOUNDATION for ROM• For all Continuous processes• All benefits from previous slide plus • DCS style standardized and integrated control environment • Does not replace all DCS functions • Converged support for multiple wired and wireless busses • Reliable and robust control via wireless backhaul 12/9/2011 12
  13. 13. User Needs Addressed by FOUNDATION for ROM• Integrated support for Remote locations• All benefits from previous 2 slides plus: • Brings benefits of DCS style integration to the RTU market place • Can be designed to work over slow, intermittent, or unreliable backhaul links • Backup backhauls using different technology may be employed • Ideal for unmanned sites 12/9/2011 13
  14. 14. User Needs Addressed by FOUNDATION for ROM• Strategic new opportunities in mobile and remote applications support enabled by wireless technologies • Enables Vendors to fill existing gaps in product and service offerings with support from industry standards and the Fieldbus Foundation • Vendors can differentiate products and services to add value • Enables Users to move forward with strategic initiatives with adequate support• Reduces risk and maximizes opportunity for everyone 12/9/2011 14
  15. 15. Foundation for ROM: User PerspectiveQuestions?Herman StoreyHerman Storey Consulting, LLC 12/9/2011 15