Wonderware Intelligence<br />Greg Dubiel<br />Performance Information Technologies<br />greg.dubiel@perfinfo.com<br />
Greg Dubiel – independent Wonderware software consultant<br />15 years of Wonderware experience<br />System integration an...
Wonderware information solutions<br />Intelligence<br />HMI Reports<br />Information Server<br />ActiveFactory<br />Multi-...
ACME Company<br />Financial accounting system<br />Sales, margin<br />Production tracking system<br />Production plan<br /...
Business needs<br />Overall sales and margin information<br />By customer, product, in time<br />Production schedule attai...
Operational Intelligence<br />Wonderware Intelligence product<br />Multidimensional analysis, data contextualization speci...
Unified Data Model<br />Dimensions (criteria):<br />Customer<br />Product<br />Shift<br />Line and Machine<br />Performanc...
Real time Intelligence data store<br />
Intelligence Data Flow<br />Information Server<br />Author Intelligence Model in ArchestrA IDE<br />Analytics Client (Dash...
Dashboards<br />
Demo<br />
Intelligence - System Architecture<br />3rd Party Clients<br />View Dashboards & Information Browser <br />Create  Dashboa...
Plant manager’s experience<br />Power user<br />No programming skills<br />Excel level skills<br />Create reports and dash...
Information Client Experience<br />Web based, interactive dashboards<br />Drill down capabilities<br />Export as image, PD...
Typical project lifecycle<br />1. Discovery<br />Business objectives? End-users? What information they need? Key performan...
Typical project lifecycle – cont’d<br />3. Specification<br />Information model definition, data mapping, reports/dashboar...
Project assistance<br />Wonderware PacWest<br />Account Managers<br />System Consultants<br />Technical Support and Traini...
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  • Wonderware Reporting solutions span the gamut from an individual requiring a report on a single computer, through a multi-site EMI (Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence) product using Wonderware Intelligence
  • Disparate data sources, Intelligence Server both contextualizes &amp; aggregates and can feed various client applications.
  • Wonderware Intelligence Software Scenario

    1. 1. Wonderware Intelligence<br />Greg Dubiel<br />Performance Information Technologies<br />greg.dubiel@perfinfo.com<br />
    2. 2. Greg Dubiel – independent Wonderware software consultant<br />15 years of Wonderware experience<br />System integration and consulting partner of Wonderware PacWest<br />Focus on:<br />Historian solutions<br />Reporting<br />Equipment Efficiency Solutions<br />Plant intelligence, business intelligence<br />Data warehouse solutions<br />Technology integration<br />Web, SQL<br />Consulting, architecture design, implementation, troubleshooting, training<br />
    3. 3. Wonderware information solutions<br />Intelligence<br />HMI Reports<br />Information Server<br />ActiveFactory<br />Multi-site<br />Site<br />InTouch & System Platform<br />InTouch & Historian<br />Multi-node InTouch<br />Single-node InTouch<br />
    4. 4. ACME Company<br />Financial accounting system<br />Sales, margin<br />Production tracking system<br />Production plan<br />Actual production<br />Quality information (thickness, tolerance etc.)<br />HMI/SCADA system<br />Machine utilization (downtime/uptime)<br />Energy usage (nominal vs. actual)<br />
    5. 5. Business needs<br />Overall sales and margin information<br />By customer, product, in time<br />Production schedule attainment<br />By shift, in time<br />Equipment efficiency<br />By line and machine, in time<br />Energy usage<br />By line and machine, in time<br />
    6. 6. Operational Intelligence<br />Wonderware Intelligence product<br />Multidimensional analysis, data contextualization specifically designed for industrial conditions<br />Multidimensional data store maintained in a form of SQL database – easy to access with any standard tool<br />Built in adapters for WW Historian (InSQL), OSI PI, Oracle, MS SQL Server, CSV files<br />
    7. 7. Unified Data Model<br />Dimensions (criteria):<br />Customer<br />Product<br />Shift<br />Line and Machine<br />Performance measures (metrics):<br />Sales Volume<br />Margin Contribution<br />OEE<br />Schedule Adherence<br />Energy Deviation<br />Common “language”<br />One version of facts/truth<br />
    8. 8. Real time Intelligence data store<br />
    9. 9. Intelligence Data Flow<br />Information Server<br />Author Intelligence Model in ArchestrA IDE<br />Analytics Client (Dashboard Creation)<br />Intelligence Server<br />ArchestrAClient (Dashboard Access)<br />
    10. 10. Dashboards<br />
    11. 11. Demo<br />
    12. 12. Intelligence - System Architecture<br />3rd Party Clients<br />View Dashboards & Information Browser <br />Create Dashboards & Analytics<br />Wonderware Intelligence Standard Clients <br />Published to Intelligence Server<br />Wonderware Intelligence <br />Analytics Clients<br />Microsoft Office Reporting Services<br />SharePoint Portal<br />Launched from IDE<br />Click once deployment<br />ArchestrA IDE<br />Wonderware Intelligence Server<br />Wonderware Intelligence data services<br />Dashboard Server<br />Information Model Manager<br />Runtime Services<br />Data Store<br />Adapter Services<br />Published Dashboards<br />Application Server Runtime<br />Galaxy Repository<br />WW Historian<br />OLE DB<br />WW MES<br />OSIsoft<br />PI ServerTM<br />
    13. 13. Plant manager’s experience<br />Power user<br />No programming skills<br />Excel level skills<br />Create reports and dashboards<br />Publish to dashboard server<br />
    14. 14. Information Client Experience<br />Web based, interactive dashboards<br />Drill down capabilities<br />Export as image, PDF, CSV<br />
    15. 15. Typical project lifecycle<br />1. Discovery<br />Business objectives? End-users? What information they need? Key performance measures? What are data sources?<br />2. Requirement Definition<br />Scope of implementation? Specific dashboards/reports? User roles?<br />Functional, performance, infrastructure requirements?<br />
    16. 16. Typical project lifecycle – cont’d<br />3. Specification<br />Information model definition, data mapping, reports/dashboards content and layout, software and hardware architecture<br />Implementation plan<br />4. Implementation<br />Small steps preferable, user feedback, data validation<br />5. Feedback and adjust<br />
    17. 17. Project assistance<br />Wonderware PacWest<br />Account Managers<br />System Consultants<br />Technical Support and Training<br />Performance Information Technologies and other Wonderware PacWest System Integration Partners<br />Consulting services<br />Implementation<br />Technology integration<br />
    18. 18. For more information<br />Wonderware PacWest Account Manager<br />www.pacwest.wonderware.com -> Contact Us<br />Greg Dubiel (Performance Information Tech)<br />greg.dubiel@perfinfo.com<br />(425) 440-0626<br />

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