Presentation for Capgemini Architect
Meeting 2013-10-03
2013-10-07 1
AUTOMATION ANALYTICS CLOUD
EVENT
PROCESSING SOCIAL
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• 50 million people affected
• Nuclear power plants in New York and Ohio shut down
• Air traffic was slowed as flights wer...
• 3.7B passengers per year
• 412M tons of freight per year
• 2011 Revenue 37.9B Euros
• 295.000 Employees
• 3.7B passengers per year
• 412M tons of freight per year
• 2011 Revenue 37.9B Euros
• 295.000 Employees
Challenge
• Outd...
National railway company of Switzerland headquartered in Bern will complete
111 years in Jan 2013…
… Revenues CHF 8B and t...
TIBCO as a basics of the “Rail Control
System”
How does TIBCO enables railroads
manage that network in real-time?
Tibco RendezvousRCS Server
Massive async. Messaging
Train
Positions
10000-50000
msg/s (Tibco TMA)
500-1200 Msg/s 60-100 Ms...
• Pinpoint train locations correctly is key !
• => Reduced train delays and introduction
of more trains to the network.
• ...
© Copyright 2000-2012 TIBCO Software Inc. All rights reserved. TIBCO Confidential & Proprietary Information.
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Adaptive ...
© Copyright 2000-2012 TIBCO Software Inc. All rights reserved. TIBCO Confidential & Proprietary Information.
Project goal ...
© Copyright 2000-2012 TIBCO Software Inc. All rights reserved. TIBCO Confidential & Proprietary Information.
Adaptive Cont...
Union Pacific Railroad
COMPLEX EVENT PROCESSING
AND REAL-TIME MONITORING• 8000 locomotives and 300 000 cars
• Freight over...
Union Pacific Railroad
COMPLEX EVENT PROCESSING
AND REAL-TIME MONITORINGTIBCO CEP enables Union Pacific to
• Get a complet...
Thank You
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Presentation of Tibco - Architecture Week 2013 Sweden

  1. 1. Presentation for Capgemini Architect Meeting 2013-10-03 2013-10-07 1
  2. 2. AUTOMATION ANALYTICS CLOUD EVENT PROCESSING SOCIAL
  3. 3. 1001100100110010010100100101010010101010101010101010010100100101010101001010100101010010101001001011001001001100101001010101010101010101100101010101010101010101010010101001010101001 MACHINE DATA ENTERPRISE SERVICE BUS AND IN MEMORY DATA GRID UNDERSTAND EVENT SERVER HISTORICAL DATA MODEL ACT 1010010101010101010101010101001010101010101010101100001010101 0 LOG FILE MANAGEMENT 11010101010101010101001010101010101010101100001010101HADOOP 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 ANALYTICS 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 REAL TIME APPLICATION EVENTS AND DATA ANTICIPATE
  4. 4. • 50 million people affected • Nuclear power plants in New York and Ohio shut down • Air traffic was slowed as flights were halted Remember This? Enterprise 2.0
  5. 5. • 3.7B passengers per year • 412M tons of freight per year • 2011 Revenue 37.9B Euros • 295.000 Employees
  6. 6. • 3.7B passengers per year • 412M tons of freight per year • 2011 Revenue 37.9B Euros • 295.000 Employees Challenge • Outdated & costly IT landscape hamperd the need of business tranformation - They needed to increase the performance of IT • Lacking full control of railway assets due to asset data residing in disparate inventory systems. Discrapencies in asset data between silos causing costly and inneficient maintenane of railway assets. • The process of reserving tracks for operators is runned in several systems causing a complex and inneficient booking process for operators incl huge amount of manual work. TIBCO solutions • ESB & AAM Estimated results • An integrated inventory system allowing a 360 degree veiw of the asset data • Track railway assets from engineering, procurement through deployment, maintenance, repair to retirement • Link existing asset systems through MDM into a single asset view • Link critical data such as location, maintenance history and usage to real-time events and use predictive models to identify patterns about the condition of their assets that could signal potential faults, identifying them before they cause problems. • Minimize delays and enable efficient incident management • Improve key operational metrics such as capacity utilization by construction of models that reveal actionable insights • Send passengers instant alerts about potential delays and missed connections. • Improved quality and service to operators lowering manual work and increasing effiency
  7. 7. National railway company of Switzerland headquartered in Bern will complete 111 years in Jan 2013… … Revenues CHF 8B and total assets worth 35B CHF 30,000 employees Passenger traffic, Freight traffic (SBB Cargo AG), Infrastructure, Real estate, Core services (finances, personnel) Punctuality (2009): 87% of all trains with less than 3 minutes of delay
  8. 8. TIBCO as a basics of the “Rail Control System” How does TIBCO enables railroads manage that network in real-time?
  9. 9. Tibco RendezvousRCS Server Massive async. Messaging Train Positions 10000-50000 msg/s (Tibco TMA) 500-1200 Msg/s 60-100 Msg/s perClient Through the async. Messaging push mechanism, with RCS also over a wide area network a nearly unlimited number of clients can be served.
  10. 10. • Pinpoint train locations correctly is key ! • => Reduced train delays and introduction of more trains to the network. • =>Estimated annual savings of three to five million Swiss francs from reduced staffing . Benefits:
  11. 11. © Copyright 2000-2012 TIBCO Software Inc. All rights reserved. TIBCO Confidential & Proprietary Information. 1 4 Adaptive Control energy eco driving Who stops - looses
  12. 12. © Copyright 2000-2012 TIBCO Software Inc. All rights reserved. TIBCO Confidential & Proprietary Information. Project goal Reduction of energy consumption. Increased accuracy in production enables SBB to reduce it’s overall energy consumption:  Reduction of unnecessary stops (2500 per day)  Increase of deceleration sequences using the electrical brakes, resulting into a higher recovery of braking energy (2.5% eq. 10 Mio. USD p.y.)  Reduction of acceleration sequences
  13. 13. © Copyright 2000-2012 TIBCO Software Inc. All rights reserved. TIBCO Confidential & Proprietary Information. Adaptive Control – how it works ! Rail Control System / Control Center - To recognize and to solve conflicts - To recognize unnecessary stops - To correct the train path lines GSM-R CabRadio Adaptive Control - To calculate the optimal speed profile - To transmit the speed recommendations to the train driver Data Smartphone iPAD
  14. 14. Union Pacific Railroad COMPLEX EVENT PROCESSING AND REAL-TIME MONITORING• 8000 locomotives and 300 000 cars • Freight over 23 states - >32000 miles of track • Sensors, heat-sensing detectors, GPS • no correlation of data into real-time business overview of each train (load, destination, speed). • No insight in workflow to trigger on arrival (25000 industrial customers) • Less than 50% of network schedule achieved • Track velocity = 17 mph. Goal = 20 mph (1 mph = $10M in savings, on bottom line, each month) • Crews being bussed to their trains = $380M cost
  15. 15. Union Pacific Railroad COMPLEX EVENT PROCESSING AND REAL-TIME MONITORINGTIBCO CEP enables Union Pacific to • Get a complete business view of each train – in realtime • To plot the location, assess the speed and determine the destination • To spot deviations from schedule and trigger a process for revising the schedule and changing ETA. • ”Best sense of position” will allow each train to automatically report most accurate ETA and trigger workflows that starts on arrival • 16% in velocity gains resulting in $120M in savings per year • Raising customer commitments by 8%
  16. 16. Thank You
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