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Asset Lifecycle Management: flexible infrastructures enabling future change

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This presentation demonstrates how IEC 61850 enables progressive Opex/Capex optimization through a long term asset management strategy to reduce total cost of ownership, provide evidence for …

This presentation demonstrates how IEC 61850 enables progressive Opex/Capex optimization through a long term asset management strategy to reduce total cost of ownership, provide evidence for regulators and assist in investment plans. By replacing manual engineering of asset performance management systems with automatic processing ensures full consistency with real assets, thus leading to better decision-making.

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  • 1. Asset Lifecycle ManagementPanelEnabling a flexible infrastructure that allows for future changesLuc Hossenlopp, Energy CTOPrague, May23rd, 2013
  • 2. Schneider Electric 2- Division - Name – DateSome sourcesDISTRIBUTECH 2013 – San DiegoCIGRE B5 2013 – Belo HorizontePac World 2013 - DublinPac World 2012 - Budapest
  • 3. Schneider Electric 3- Division - Name – DateIEC 61850 Maturity LevelBenefitsTimeTraditionalTechnologyQUICKHITSGOOSEStandard ClientsProxy for legacy protocolsIn-built Ethernet switchesDEEPCHANGESNew Companion Standard(Cyber-security, Redundancy, etc.)New applications & Architectures(Grid, Asset Management, etc.)New processes & engineering tools(Design, Tests, Virtualization, etc.)COPY“LearningCurve”WE ARE HERE
  • 4. Schneider Electric 4- Division - Name – DateSome learning exampleCope with More Data & Data Exchanges●Communication network is no longer abarrier to exchange more data thatcreates more value for the system●With systems becoming larger, i.e.beyond a single substation●Bottlenecks shall be handled atdifferent levels●Data reception, especially for Gooseproper handling●Engineering tools (design & tests) withlead time increase and probability forfrequent update due to data increase●System architecture to cope with theprogressive evolutionsMetcalfe’s LawGoose performance
  • 5. Schneider Electric 5- Division - Name – DateSome learning examplesNew Design Phases are Needed●Design the logical architecture (dataflows possibly with multiple protocols) inaddition to the physical architecture (list ofproducts communicating over a network)●Assess the performances (reactiontime, dependability) early enough to buildthe right architecture, includingredundancies and proxies●Anticipate the evolutions (new peer,change of version, etc) to build robustautomation algorithm, also enabling theprogressive migration from the existingsystem
  • 6. Schneider Electric 6- Division - Name – DateSome processes and tools evolutions forthe testing efficiency improvement●Minimize manual engineering all along thesystem lifecycle●Leverage the data semantic through theexecution of rules●Formalize the requirements at an early stage ofthe project●Virtualize the system before any realinstallation and tests●Enable remote actions●Set up an Asset Performance ManagementSystem, among other aspectsTopology (SSD)+Rules (Electro-technical)Real-timemeasurementsIEC 61850Off-lineconfigurationIEC 61850Topology (SSD)+Rules (Electro-technical)Real-timemeasurementsIEC 61850Off-lineconfigurationIEC 61850IEDs Local Service PlatformSubstationOneBoxSchneider Electric “Remote Services” PortalSchneider Electric “Remote Services” PortalService DeliveryService ManagementCustomerRepositoryCustomerRepositoryCustomer /Partner/UserAcquisitionService CatalogManagementCustomer SupportTicket ManagementUsage tracking &reporting for invoiceSubscriptionManagementSLA ManagementSecuritySer vice 1 : RMS Service 2 :…Service 3 :…ERP(legacy &bridge)ERP(legacy &bridge)SFDCSFDCCustomerCareCenterCustomerCareCenterProvisioning, admin& managementConsumption tracking& reportingDevice & Assetregistration, conf, mgtM2M ServicesService ManagementFirmware &Application mgtNetwork mgt.(GPRS, WAN,…)Remote Monitoring DataRepositoryRemote Monitoring DataRepositoryService DeliveryDevice remoteConnection mgtSecurityData PollingManagementQoS &SLA MonitoringData&eventsDevice & AssetRepositoryDevice & AssetRepositoryKPI,Status,…CloudInfrastructureDataData AbstractionData transformation& mappingSupervisionLog&AuditData ArchivingUI Framework UI Components Mobile UIDeviceDataRemote Services PlatformSchneider Electric “Remote Services” PortalSchneider Electric “Remote Services” PortalService DeliveryService ManagementCustomerRepositoryCustomerRepositoryCustomer /Partner/UserAcquisitionService CatalogManagementCustomer SupportTicket ManagementUsage tracking &reporting for invoiceSubscriptionManagementSLA ManagementSecuritySer vice 1 : RMS Service 2 :…Service 3 :…ERP(legacy &bridge)ERP(legacy &bridge)SFDCSFDCCustomerCareCenterCustomerCareCenterProvisioning, admin& managementConsumption tracking& reportingDevice & Assetregistration, conf, mgtM2M ServicesService ManagementFirmware &Application mgtNetwork mgt.(GPRS, WAN,…)Remote Monitoring DataRepositoryRemote Monitoring DataRepositoryService DeliveryDevice remoteConnection mgtSecurityData PollingManagementQoS &SLA MonitoringData&eventsDevice & AssetRepositoryDevice & AssetRepositoryKPI,Status,…CloudInfrastructureDataData AbstractionData transformation& mappingSupervisionLog&AuditData ArchivingUI Framework UI Components Mobile UIDeviceDataRemote Services PlatformCustomerCustomerExpertiseCenterExpertiseCenter
  • 7. Schneider Electric 7- Division - Name – DateBeyond the basic use of IEC 61850●IEC 61850 has been very muchused for its communicationservices: Goose, Reports, etc. witha lot of focus on servers (i.e. Gooseperformance)●The unprecedented engineeringchain capabilities (SCD, ICD, etc.)as well as the communicationinfrastructure (PRP/HSR) havealso been discussed●The full usage of the in-built datamodel semantic is however oftenunder-utilized●This is an area bringing value to a truesystem approach through smart clients
  • 8. Schneider Electric 8- Division - Name – DateWhat are the Smart ClientsClients use spatial & temporal rules to create valueout of the data semanticin order to reduce manual interactions(and thus cost and non quality –cf. 30% of manual errors in setting)
  • 9. Schneider Electric 9- Division - Name – DateSLD in paper Pattern identificationSSD file (XML) Topology identificationAutomatic Database Filling:pattern recognitionSingle Line Diagrams havealways agraphical representation(and sometimes an SSDsupplied by modern CADtools)Pattern recognition translatesgraphical semantic into logicalnode semanticThis is done at device or baylevel
  • 10. Schneider Electric 10- Division - Name – DateFormalize the requirements at an earlystage of the projectAs early agreedfeaturesTraditionalRequirementsReal systemAdded featuresMissing featuresAs requiredfeaturesTendering documentMonths for 1st systemand/or multi-suppliersFormal FileTraditionalRequirementsVirtual systemrepresentation:Logical nodes per virtualdevice with interactions &logicExplicit DeviationIdentificationWeeks for 1st systemand/or multi-suppliersAdjust requirements,check proposed IED apriori interoperability &define integration tests
  • 11. Schneider Electric 11- Division - Name – DateAsset Management Applications ExamplesRemote access leveraging data semanticAsset(CB, IED, etc.)System(SAS, Feeder)Portfolio(Grid)ScopeProcessesInformation Maintenance Operation StrategyDocumentationaccessSetting remotestorageConditionmonitoringIED VersionmanagementSettingconsistencycheckReliabilityCenteredMaintenanceSpare partManagementOPEX/CAPEXsimulationsAssetallocationoptimizationOne of the new frontiers – semantic still not fully there
  • 12. Schneider Electric 12- Division - Name – DateConclusion●IEC 61850 is a journey enabler for the Opex/Capexprogressive optimization●The technology plays a key role, and some improvementsare still on-going●Identifying application roadmaps and revisiting theprocesses are equally important

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