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Reynolds of Aquamatix at Smart Homes 2013 Cambridge Reynolds of Aquamatix at Smart Homes 2013 Cambridge Presentation Transcript

  • Future  city?   CIR Smart Homes & Cleanpower 2013 www.hvm-uk.com  
  • –  but  s.ll  the  same  old  pipes!   London  Feb      2013   Ohio  Jul      2013   $3.6bn  of  $100bn  -­‐  $400bn   IFC;  SWAN  2012  
  • Connec.ng  the  water  industry  to   an  Internet  of  Things?   Integra.on  of  M2M  and  White  Space   to  create  smart  water  systems.  
  • st  big  data  app  in  water   1854  –  the  1 •  John  Snow,  grandfather  of   drinking  water   •  Broad  street  cholera   outbreak   •  Iden.fied  importance  of   primary  sanita.on  and   link  to  health.   •  Led  to  Sewerage  system   and  wastewater  networks  
  • New  technology  ||  New  possibili.es   1851   th  America’s  Cup   34 2013  
  • The  world  is  changing  rapidly...   SCADA   -­‐  Hierarchical   -­‐  Proprietary   -­‐  Bespoke   •  Distribu.on   networks   •  Supply-­‐chains   Networks   •  Specialist  Service   -­‐  Interconnected   providers   -­‐  Mul.-­‐vendor   •  Customers   -­‐  Standardised   6  
  • Integra.ng  separate  data  resources   SCADA   Real-­‐.me  opera.onal   control  and  automa.on   Pinsent  Masons:  Wet   Wednesday,  26  June  2013   Business  Systems   Enterprise  asset   management   Copyright  ©  2013  Aquama.x  Limited.  All   rights  reserved.   People   Unstructured  data   (knowledge  assets)   7  
  • Standards  –  a  key  enabler   8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1  Global  Standards    Na.onal      Standards    Company      Policy    Business  logic  Op.    Rules    Seman.cs  Meaning  of  data    Syntax      Unicode    Network    TCP,  XMPP,  MQTT    Connec.on    IP/Modbus   NIST  SGiP  
  •  Applica.ons  Framework   Performance  Metrics,  KPIs   Customer   Decision-­‐  support  systems   CommunicaBon  Protocols   Sensors   Models   S   Actuator   A   Real-­‐Bme  control   LEGACY   Enterprise  IntegraBon   VisualisaBon   GIS  
  • Standard      Apps   Powered  by   SaaS    -­‐  SCADA  as  a  service  
  • WaterWorX  IOT  Stack   Apps   SemanBc   Interoperability   Model   SWIM   SaaS  model   WaterWorX   TOOLS   WaterWorX   NoSQL   Graph    DB   WaterWorX   Copyright  ©  2013  Aquama.x  Limited.  All   rights  reserved.  
  • Apps:     • Pumping  energy  management   Demand  curve   • 3%  of  UK  energy  demand   • Lowest  cost/risk  scheduling                  System  Curve   • Performance  benchmarking    Energy  Tariff   Pump  schedule   • Demand  response   • Integrated                                                          tools   Pump  curve   Copyright  ©  2013  Aquama.x  Limited.  All   rights  reserved.   12  
  • Interoperability   A   Condi.on-­‐ based   Maintenance   Hydraulic  Model   B   L   L   Pump  controllers   D   L   C   L   I   Local   Variables   L   Interoperable   Variables   Copyright  ©  2013  Aquama.x  Limited.  All   rights  reserved.   Flow  &  pressure  sensors  
  • Wireless  Communica.ons  networks   •  GSM   –  Requires  medium  power   –  Designed  for  high  data-­‐rates   –  Too  costly  for  ubiquitous  sensors   –   High  frequency  =  poor  range/penetra.on   –  Congested  when  scaling   –  Asynchrounous   •  Whitespace  (Weightless)   –  Ultra-­‐low  power,  5yr  bakery   –  Low-­‐frequency  470mHz  =  2-­‐5km  range  +  good   penetra.on   –  Low-­‐cost,  1/20th  GSM  cost   –  Scalable  –  100,000  nodes  
  • Why  IoT  in  water?   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Improved  energy  efficiency   Efficient  deployment  of  labour   Predic.ve  asset  health  &  condi.on  monitoring   Extend  asset  life  and  func.on   Fewer  failures  =  higher  availability  (measurable)   Improved  service  standards   Water  quality  monitoring  –  safety  &  security