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  • Make sure we understand their expectations for this meeting, and we tailor it to them. Dan to comment
  • Make sure we understand their expectations for this meeting, and we tailor it to them. Dan to comment
  • Make sure we understand their expectations for this meeting, and we tailor it to them. Dan to comment
  • Global standards presentation

    1. 1. Vision and Roadmap for Company XTransformational Project
    2. 2. Meeting Objectives• Obtain consensus on Automation/Business information standards (the Roadmap)• Show Benefits and Cost Savings of the LSI Project methodology as applied to HB Fuller global manufacturing
    3. 3. Benefits of the LSI Approach There will be the foundation in place for a world class manufacturing operation if the methodologies presented are adopted Ability to proactively analyze and correct production delays and quality issues though standard reporting tools and KPI’s Scalable solutions to fit both the individual plant needs and the needs of the entire enterprise Up to 50% less time and money spent on commissioning and having new/upgraded systems in full production in 70% less time
    4. 4. Vision ERP MES Common Data Platform and Reporting (OEE, Trending, Batch Reports, etc.) PLC or DCSField Devices, Field Busses, etc.
    5. 5. Automation and BusinessInformation System Roadmap Assessment Tool Scalable Flexible Cost Effective
    6. 6. LSI Project Methodology World Class ManufacturingEngineering Global Standards Platforms Common Standard Software Process
    7. 7. Summary of Benefits of the LSI Approach Up to 50% less time spent on commissioning and the plant is in full production in less time. Startup support is currently estimated at $2-4MM for HB Fuller transformational project. Roadmap adoption will result in savings of $1-2MM Startup to full production in 70% less time 30% less hardware required for spares for individual plants 50% less control software development time and implementation Up to a 40% reduction in MES and SCADA level software development and deployment costs Common “language” for talking production performance and KPI’s Foundation in place for a world class manufacturing operation
    8. 8. Reference slides…
    9. 9. Site Assessment – Page 1
    10. 10. Site Assessment – Page 2 Back
    11. 11. Engineering Process Scope and Specifications clearly defined and written:  Business requirements defined and agreed upon  Functional and Operational requirements defined and agreed upon Hardware and Software Design and implementation built around the agreed upon requirements Appropriate simulation techniques used based on agreed upon requirements Factory acceptance testing completed based on agreed upon requirementsBenefit: Faster, smoother startups. “Eliminate the white knuckleride of startups” – Up to 50% less time spent on commissioningand the plant is in full production in less time. Back
    12. 12. User Requirement Specification Table of Contents
    13. 13. Process Control Specification
    14. 14. Unit Control Specification Table of Contents Back
    15. 15. Standard PLC Hardware Platforms and Tools Limited number of select hardware vendors and select products chosen within product vendor’s portfolios for automation projects  Common hardware platform reduces spare parts requirements across the enterprise  Common software tools can be used to reduce software development costs  Appropriate vendors chosen by region based on support models and available spare parts and product support (i.e. Siemens strong in Europe, Rockwell Automation in North America). LSI is a solution partner for both companies  Vendors will be standardized at each facility for both process and packagingBenefit: 30% less hardware required for spares for individual plants,50% less software control development and implementation time Back
    16. 16. Common SCADA/MES Software Platform Common software and data platform to reduce development and deployments costs  Object based data structures (i.e. mixers, reactors, etc.) for HMI and for reporting  MES functionality such as OEE, Process Historians, Production reporting, etc.  Ability to give plant wide and enterprise wide views via a web interface  Ability to give and “Executive” view and a “Plant view” as required  Software objects are built independent of the hardware platform and simply “tied to” objects in the appropriate control system  Worldwide acceptance and support  LSI is a solution provider for Wonderware and for Intellution Benefit: Up to a 40% reduction in SCADA and MES software development and deployment costs Back
    17. 17. Reporting CapabilitiesThe common set of reporting tools will allow HB Fuller tospeak a “common language” across all plants (i.e. OEE totrack reporting in packaging, batch reports like the one below,etc.) Back
    18. 18. What is OEE?OEE (Overall EquipmentEffectiveness) = Availability xPerformance x QualityWhere:1. Availability = Available Time / Scheduled Time2. Performance = (Parts Produced * Ideal Cycle Time) / Available Time3. Quality = Good Units / Units Started Back
    19. 19. Common Objects for PLC and HMI Back
    20. 20. Standard Packaging Vendors and MES/OEE Strategy Where new packaging machines will be installed, the following will be recommended by region:  Common PLC vendors  Common motion control vendors  Common field device vendors  Common reporting interface specified by LSI through a standard set of tags: Running/Stopped, Automatic/Manual, Package Count, Faults (where they can be automatically detected), etc. Where packaging equipment will be retained and vendors will not be changed, the common reporting interface as detailed above will be developed Back