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Wonderware Data Historian

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Where Historian fits in the production data flow

Key features of Historian - High speed data collection, data storage and compression, integration with MSSQL, high speed data retrieval, audit trails

Basic configuration of the Historian - practical demonstration showing ease of use

Active Factory - the power of point and click reporting via a practical demonstration of Active Factory Trend, Query and Workbook, example workbook reports



This Webinar will be hosted by our Historian expert Sue Bailey. Sue joined SolutionsPT in 1993. Previously she worked in the Water Treatment industry, then the Pharmaceutical Industry running a microbiological research lab, she moved into IT in 1987. After spending several years lecturing in Higher education Sue is now involved in providing high level support and consultancy and developing the training facility.

Sue is SolutionsPT's Senior Consultant for Historian and Database systems and is experienced in all versions of InTouch, Historian and Active Factory. She has worked with Historian since its release and has been involved in setting up systems in many different industries including Metals, Coal, Quarried Products, Utilities, Food and Beverages and Pharmaceuticals.

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Wonderware Data Historian

  1. 1. Wonderware Historian and Active Factory Sue Bailey Senior Consultant
  2. 2. Solution Overview – Software ModulesPerformance ERP Production Focused Focused ERP integration Manage inventory Production Scheduling OEE Genealogy Order dispatching Wonderware Historian Product Quality Traceability Production Execution Alerts / Notifications (SPC) Reporting Security Downtime Process Analysis Work Tracking Equipment Monitoring Data Collection Formula Management 3rd party integration Diagnostics Visualization Alarming Control Communication Supervisory Plant Resources HMI or SCADA Focused 1
  3. 3. What the Wonderware Historian DoesThe Wonderware Historian bridges the gap between the real- time high volume plant monitoring and control environment and the open and flexible business information environment. The historian:► Acquires plant data via high-speed Wonderware I/O Servers, DAServers, InTouch HMI software, Industrial Application Server, and other devices.► Compresses and stores the data.► Responds to SQL requests for the plant data. The historian also contains event, summary, configuration, security, backup, and system monitoring information. 2The historian is tightly coupled to Microsoft SQL Server.
  4. 4. It’s all about the Data Process data is any type of information that is relevant to the successful execution of a process. The following types of information are considered part of process data: ► Realtime data - What is the current value of this tag? ► Historical data - What was the value of this tag every second last Monday? ► Summary data - What is the average of each of these five tags? ► Event data - When did that boiler trip? ► Configuration data - How many I/O Servers am I using and what are their types 3
  5. 5. So who needs the Historian? ►EVERYONE!
  6. 6. Why am I interested in Plant Data? To improve performance and quality, while reducing cost, all of this acquired information must be available for analysis. Plant data is typically analyzed to determine; ► Process analysis, diagnostics, and optimization. ► Predictive and preventive maintenance of equipment. ► Product and process quality (SPC/SQC). ► Health and safety; environmental impact (EPA/FDA). ► Production reporting. ► Failure analysis. 5
  7. 7. Wonderware HistorianBusiness Intelligence Clients A Fully Configured Microsoft SQL Server Database Application Enhanced for the Plant Environment – Featuring a High Speed Data Acquisition & Storage System (100’s times faster than standard relational databases) InTouch Nodes – Incorporates Wonderware Connectivity – Built in functionality that make information retrieval fast and easy IndustrialSQL Server – High Availability functionality built-in – Advanced Client Tools PLC’s, DCS’s, InControl 6
  8. 8. Centralised Data Centre ► Manual Data inserted via SQL statements, CSV Files ▪ Non-Real Time Data ▪ LIMs, RTU, Custom Equipment ► Legacy Data ▪ Easily import data originally stored in other historian systems 7
  9. 9. Wonderware Historian Additional Features►High Availability Built-in ▪ Data Acquisition Protection • I/O Failover, InSQL Data Acquisition Failover • InSQL Server Store & Forward • Failover Cluster Support in Enterprise Edition • Stratus Fault Tolerant Server Support 8
  10. 10. Wonderware Historian►Regulated Industry Support ▪ Designed to Lower the Cost and Time Needed to Create Validated Plant Processes for Regulated Industries • Audit Trails • Security for Manually Entered Data • Record Updates FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Ready 9
  11. 11. Solution Overview – Software Modules Performance ERP Production Focused Focused ERP integration Manage inventory Production Scheduling Wonderware Active Factory OEE Genealogy Order dispatching Product Quality Traceability Production Execution Alerts / Notifications (SPC) Reporting Security Downtime Process Analysis Work Tracking Equipment Monitoring Data Collection Formula Management 3rd party integration Diagnostics Visualization Alarming Control Communication Supervisory Plant Resources HMI or SCADA Focused 1
  12. 12. Process Analysis – Active Factory ► It visualises, analyses and shares your plant Information – enabling better decisions at all levels of the organisation. ► Desktop Tools ▪ Trend ▪ Query Explore Analyse/ ► Office Add-ins Optimise ▪ Workbook (Excel) ▪ Report (Word) Publish/ ► ActiveX Controls Share Report ▪ iTrend ▪ iQuery ► Reporting Website 11
  13. 13. Powering intelligent plant decisions in real time.

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