InduSoft Building Automation and Energy Management Webinar


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InduSoft Building Automation and Energy Management Webinar

  1. 1. InduSoft Solutions for Building Automation<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />InduSoft (Eng. Fabio Terezinho)<br /><ul><li> Company Overview
  3. 3. Building Automation Market
  4. 4. Advantage of the InduSoft solution
  5. 5. Templates applications
  6. 6. Real-world solutions (case studies)</li></ul>University of Texas in Austin (UT) (Eng. Anthony Estrada)<br /><ul><li>Background scenario
  7. 7. InduSoft solution
  8. 8. Benefits for the UT
  9. 9. Plans for the future</li></li></ul><li>Company Overview<br />
  10. 10. Corporate profile<br />Established in US in 1997<br />Pioneer in industry: <br /> First HMI/SCADA package for Microsoft Windows CE<br /> Web solution and XML integration in HMI/SCADA<br /> Patent for database connectivity<br />Certifications:<br />Awards:<br />
  11. 11. Worldwide Offices<br />Sweden<br />Switzerland<br />Thailand<br />Turkey<br />Ukraine<br />United Kingdom<br />Uruguay<br />Venezuela<br />Vietnam<br />and growing…<br />Argentina<br />Australia<br />Austria<br />Bahrain<br />Belgium<br />Belize<br />Brazil<br />Brunei<br />Bulgaria<br />Cambodia<br />Canada<br />Caribbean<br />Chile<br />China<br />Colombia<br />Costa Rica<br />Czech Republic<br />Denmark<br />Ecuador<br />Egypt<br />El Salvador<br />Finland<br />France<br />Germany<br />Greece<br />Guatemala<br />Honduras<br />Hungary<br />Iceland<br />India<br />Indonesia<br />Ireland<br />Israel<br />Italy<br />Japan<br />Laos<br />Macedonia<br />Malaysia<br />Mexico<br />Moldavia<br />Montenegro<br />New Zealand<br />Netherlands<br />Nicaragua<br />Norway<br />Pakistan<br />Panama<br />Peru<br />Philippines<br />Poland<br />Portugal<br />Puerto Rico<br />Romania<br />Russia<br />Serbia<br />Singapore<br />Slovakia<br />South Africa<br />South Korea<br />Spain<br />Austin, TX, USA<br />Headquarters<br />São Paulo/Campinas, Brazil<br />Walldorf, Germany<br />
  12. 12. Building Automation Market<br />
  13. 13. Market potential<br />$82,137<br />$41,234<br />“The building automation and control systems market is estimated to generate $41,234.621 million in 2011 and is expected to generate $82,137.06 million in 2016 at an estimated CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 14.8% from 2011 to 2016.”<br />Ref.:<br />
  14. 14. Market Trends<br />Rising Energy Costs are changing the way we build<br /><ul><li>Facilities are becoming increasingly connected to utilities
  15. 15. Renewable energy options continues to rise
  16. 16. Need to measure the cost behind operating equipment and increase efficiency
  17. 17. Need to reduce or eliminate carbon footprint (green)
  18. 18. Compliance with government regulations</li></ul>A Demand for More Control<br /><ul><li>Scheduling for automatic control (lights, HVAC, escalators, elevators, among others)
  19. 19. Different set-points for each period, holidays, weekends, or any other events</li></ul>Increased Security Concerns<br /><ul><li>Open architecture to interface to personal identification systems, via RFID readers, barcode readers, biometric systems, among others.
  20. 20. Flexible and scalable security system to control access based on specific user
  21. 21. Event logger to track doors controlled by the system, as well as other equipment</li></li></ul><li>Market Trends<br />A fully integrated solution<br /><ul><li>Equipment “control” (scheduling, set-points, manual operation)
  22. 22. Energy Management System, dashboards, OEE
  23. 23. Security and surveillance
  24. 24. HVAC, lighting, fire, and safety system</li></ul>A push toward cloud-based connectivity<br /><ul><li>Remote notification via e-mail or SMS
  25. 25. Remote access through native thin client solution (Web Thin Clients, Secure Viewer Thin Client, or SMA Thin Client)
  26. 26. Support for mobile platforms
  27. 27. Cloud-based history database and real-time database</li></li></ul><li>Advantage of the InduSoftsolution<br />
  28. 28. InduSoft Web Studio<br />InduSoft Web Studio is an easy-to-use HMI/SCADA/MES/OEE solution<br />Runs on any current Microsoft Operating system (32 and 64 bits) including Windows CE/Mobile, Embedded XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Server Editions <br />
  29. 29. The power of choice – Multi-platform<br />Seamless deployment across all operating systems supported by Microsoft<br />SCADA<br />OEE / MES<br />HMI<br />Mobile<br />Hardware manufacturer independency!<br />
  30. 30. Investment protection – 100% Compatibility<br />2010<br />Windows CE 6.5<br />Windows 7<br />CEView v7.0<br />1997<br />Windows CE v1.0<br />Windows 95<br />CEView v1.0<br />
  31. 31. Database interface (patented)<br />Easy-to-configure interface to any SQL Relational Database: SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, Sybase, OSI PI, MS Access, Excel, and others…<br />Interface via standard technologies: ADO.NET, ADO, OLE-DB, and ODBC<br />Alarm history, Event history, Trend history, Process data,<br />OEE dashboards, and more.<br />Redundancy and <br />Store-and-forward built-in features<br />
  32. 32. Integration to ERP<br />“HMI software is being increasingly used as a digital dashboard to show key <br />performance indicators (KPIs) such as overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) <br />for the entire enterprise, and to generate reports of actual performance versus targets.”<br /> ARC Advisory Group<br />
  33. 33. Connectivity<br />Native Communication drivers<br /><ul><li>BACNE: Bacnet protocol
  34. 34. MODBU: Modbus RTU/ASCII protocol
  35. 35. MOTCP: Modbus TCP protocol
  36. 36. N2JC: Johnson Controls N2 protocol
  37. 37. DNP: DNP3 protocol*
  38. 38. IE104: IEC 60870-5-104 protocol*
  39. 39. More than 240 other native drivers to different protocols supported by major manufacturers, such as OMRON, Beckhoff, Allen-Bradley, BOSCH, Siemens, Schneider, GE, among others.</li></ul>Matrikon OPC Servers***<br /><ul><li>OPC Server for Lonworks
  40. 40. OPC Server for KNX
  41. 41. OPC Server for Johnson Controls N1/N2
  42. 42. OPC Server for PowerlogicSMS</li></ul>Standard OPC Client interface<br /><ul><li>OPC DA, OPC XML* *, OPC .NET, OPC UA</li></ul>*Part of the "IND-ELE-DRV: InduSoft Communication Package for Electrical Protocols add-on<br />**Part of the "IND-OPC-XML: InduSoft OPC XML Client add-on<br />*** Part of the Matrikon OPC Servers add-on<br />
  43. 43. Deployment<br />
  44. 44. Template Applications<br />
  45. 45. Real-world solutions<br />(Case Studies)<br />
  46. 46. Paulista Shopping Mall<br />
  47. 47. American Water Heater<br />
  48. 48. RetelNeuhausen (Merck & Cie)<br />
  49. 49. Building Management Systems for Hospitals (First Mile)<br />
  50. 50. School Building Automation (Dosapac)<br />
  51. 51. School Building Automation (HiLine)<br />
  52. 52. Home Automation<br />
  53. 53. Stadium Automation (Tate Security)<br />
  54. 54. Detention System (ECA)<br />
  55. 55. Detention System (Sierra Detention)<br />
  56. 56. University of Texas in Austin (UT) <br />(Eng. Anthony Estrada)<br /><ul><li>Background scenario
  57. 57. InduSoft solution
  58. 58. Benefits for the UT
  59. 59. Plans for the future</li></li></ul><li>How to Contact InduSoft<br />
  60. 60. Contact InduSoft Today<br />Email<br />(US)<br />(Brazil)<br />(Germany)<br /><br />Web site<br />(English)<br />(Portuguese)<br />(German)<br />Phone (512) 349-0334 (US)<br />+55-11-3293-9139 (Brazil)<br />+49 (0) 6227-732510 (Germany)<br />Toll-Free877-INDUSOFT (877-463-8763)<br />Fax (512) 349-0375<br />USA<br />Brazil<br />Germany<br />