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Consumer vs industrial IoT

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some personal observations on the topic and rhetoric questions... as well as an architectural perspective on the Industrial IoT respectively Industrie 4.0 realizations

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Consumer vs industrial IoT

  1. 1. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team 2. Roundtable SPS 4.0 − Experts in Excellence June,15 2016 From the IT for the Industry Cloud Concepts and Solutions, Technology, Experience and Outlook Plamen Kiradjiev Industrie 4.0 Chief Architect IBM TechSales Industrie 4.0 kiradjiev@de.ibm.com
  2. 2. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team 2 Today’s machines can twitter… Should they?
  3. 3. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team 3 Cloud scales infinitely… Really? Source: IBM Global Technology Outlook 2015 © Versonnen / PIXELIO
  4. 4. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team 4 Missing Industrie 4.0 Standards… Should projects wait? © S. Hofschlaeger / PIXELIO “IT Floor” lessons learned: • two Web Services enabled systems do not communicate directly out-of-the-box • Standards as common denominators • Differentiation through extensions => Real Leaders Don't Follow Book from Steve Tobak
  5. 5. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team 5 Gadget & Auto… What do they have in common opposed to a production machine? Open vs. closed environment “Consumer” vs. Industrial IoT 2-layered vs. 3-layered architecture pattern
  6. 6. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team 6 “Consumer” IoT 2-Layered Architecture Cloud Cloud Machines (CPS / SPS+) Factory (Smart Manufacturing Bus) Cloud (PaaS) Industrial IoT 3-Layered Architecture
  7. 7. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team Industrie 4.0 Architecture EDGE FACTORY CLOUD This three-layered distributed architecture takes into account the requirements for autonomy and self-sufficiency of each productive site and balances workload between Edge, Factory and Cloud. SECURITY DEVOPS COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT DEVICE MANAGEMENT RULES CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT SHOPFLOOR WORKFLOW PRODUCTION MACHINES TRANSFORMATION & CONNECTIVITY BACKEND SYSTEMS INTERSERVICE COMMUNICATION Smart Manufacturing Platform MACHINE DATA STORE SHOPFLOOR ANALYTICS DATA INTEGRATION STREAMING COMPUTING ENTERPRISE-WIDE ANALYTICS GATEWAY ACTIONABLE INSIGHT Cyber- Physical Systems SMART DEVICES & TOOLS WATSON SERVICES IoT Gateway CENTRAL IT MOBILE BACKEND APPLICATION IoT / PaaS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 10 PARTNER SYSTEMS
  8. 8. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team Industrie 4.0 Architecture – Minimal Start Configuration EDGE FACTORY CLOUD SECURITY SHOPFLOOR WORKFLOW PRODUCTION MACHINES TRANSFORMATION & CONNECTIVITY BACKEND SYSTEMS INTERSERVICE COMMUNICATION Smart Manufacturing Platform MACHINE DATA STORE SHOPFLOOR ANALYTICS SMART DEVICES & TOOLS CENTRAL IT 1 3 5 Typically present (MES) IBM Industrie 4.0 StarterPack Present (ERP, Quality Mgmt., Logistics, etc.) PARTNER SYSTEMS
  9. 9. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team Watson Maintenance Advisor in the 3-Layers SMP Architecture RFID Antenna Camera Worker Assistance System TellMeWhatsUp @theLine 1. Potential problem alert 2. Image Recognition 3. Watson Conversation
  10. 10. Watson Maintenance Advisior Live Demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MzIt865HNc
  11. 11. IBM Industrie 4.0 Core Tech Team 11

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