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Control Room of the Future

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Control Room of the Future - the industry trends that impact you and how we can help address those issues - Foxboro Evo Process Automation System

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Control Room of the Future

  1. 1. 1 Control Room of the Future
  2. 2. The Foxboro EvoTM Process Automation System Addressing the needs across your operation today and tomorrow. Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 2
  3. 3. Industry trends that impact you: Plants are larger, more complex • Increased monitoring load • Lack of understanding Increased levels of automation • Operators become disengaged • Role is reduced to dealing with upsets Centralized Operations • Loss of direct awareness Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 3
  4. 4. What are some of your top priorities? Avoid frequent plant upsets that affect production & safety Reduce brain drain & chance of operator error Keep production on target Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 4
  5. 5. How can we help address these issues? - Heighten operator alertness - Improve operator response to unusual process behavior - Provide a consistent operator experience - Assist with knowledge capture and training - Provide better context to operator Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 5
  6. 6. What is the business impact? Unexpected events cost 3-8% capacity = $10bn a year I need to detect abnormal situations before alarms occur 5x High Performance HMI: increase I need to improve success rate in handling abnormal situations 10% detection rate 70% success rate 96% success rate 37% over base case I need to reduce the time needed to complete abnormal situation tasks 18.1 minutes 10.6 minutes 41% reduction Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 6 *Source: High Performance Handbook Traditional HMI: Challenge: 48% detection rate
  7. 7. 7 Let’s talk about how… What’s new in Foxboro Evo
  8. 8. Foxboro Evo Control HMI Putting the ‘human’ back in HMI > Standard Situational Awareness Library - Support advanced object functionality without adding graphical support blocks to a CP - Leverages Human Factors expertise and critical design value to our standard toolset - Removes the additional design effort from the project implementation cycle - minimizing risk and cost, while maximizing value Kick the tires! See Live Demo in Trailer Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 8
  9. 9. Foxboro Evo Control HMI Standard Situational Awareness Library provides: Color reserved for alarms Process lines muted Devices & status indicators in grey & white Non-control essential items removed from HMI Analogue indicators Triple coding of alarms Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 9
  10. 10. Foxboro Evo Control HMI Smarter symbols = easier management > Symbol management has never been more powerful - Same Symbol can be used for Horizontal and Vertical orientation - Flow, Temperature, Pressure, Level, etc - Easier, faster object and pattern recognition Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 10
  11. 11. Foxboro Evo Control HMI Design easily to your preference > Galaxy Style conventions - Graphic Properties can be tied to “Element Styles” - Each Styles can affect: - Text - Fill - Line - Outline - Example: Each Alarm Priority has an associated style. Changing the Alarm Style will affect all graphics tied to the alarm style. Kick the tires! See Live Demo in Trailer Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 11
  12. 12. Shifting the focus of what an HMI can offer: Business Context Technology & Specs Vector-based graphics 256k color palette How many “near miss” operational incidents do you have? Do you see a high degree of operational variability between shifts? Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 12
  13. 13. Situational Awareness Delivery Model Our Complete Solution Product Solution Engineering Solution Continual review cycles on site Refined on simulator  Full prototypes and walkthroughs  Dedicated abnormal situation HMI  Operator-orientated HMI  Optimisation process with stakeholders  Full control room review  Style Guide  Standard Situational Awareness Foxboro Evo Control HMI Situational Awareness Engineering Solutions Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 13
  14. 14. Graphic design & implementation Before & After Traditional Path - Minimal User Involvement Prototypes (Visio) Plant (P&IDs) Documentation Engineering Operations Conceptual Designs Functioning Displays Workshop to Implementation Iterative review and refinement Knowledge Capture - Documentation Review - Interviews Collaborative Prototyping - Engineers - Operators Implement & Evaluation - Final refinements - Export review - Simulator-based Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 14
  15. 15. Structured Methodology Delivery Process Situational Awareness Structured Methodology Services Phase I : Products, Services and Project Scope Phase II : Design Development and Collaborative Prototyping Phase III : Multilevel Design Process Mapping, Project Implementation and MOC Service Elements Project Type and Product Choice HMI Workshop Multilevel Design Process Mapping Project and Engineering Services Scope Human Factors Training Iterative Review and Refinement Stakeholder Identification Initial Knowledge Capture Activities Implementation and Evaluation Resource Management Style Guide Definition MOC Documentation and Training Goal Oriented Analysis and Initial Prototyping Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 15
  16. 16. Option 1 - Foxboro Evo Control HMI only - Fully Modernized HMI Solution - Significant CP load reduction due to graphical calculations occurring in the HMI - Advanced SAL Objects delivered right out of the box Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 16
  17. 17. Option 2 - Hybrid Implementation FoxView & Control HMI - Low Risk, High Value Upgrade Option - Lessened Operations impact, easier training - Powerful Product Integration Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 17
  18. 18. Option 3 - Delivered FoxView SA Solution - Low Risk, High Value Upgrade Option - Lessened Operations impact, easier training - Powerful Product Integration - FoxView Library available only with SE Delivery Solution Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 18
  19. 19. More than “just gray graphics” Continual review cycles on site Refined on simulator  Optional Elements: Full prototypes and walkthroughs  Dedicated abnormal situation HMI  Operator-orientated HMI  Optimization process with stakeholders  Full control room review  Style Guide  Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 19 Standard Situational Awareness
  20. 20. Phase II: Design, development & collaborative prototyping Situational Awareness Structured Methodology Services Phase I : Products, Services and Project Scope Phase II : Design Development and Collaborative Prototyping Phase III : Multilevel Design Process Mapping, Project Implementation and MOC Service Elements Project Type and Product Choice HMI Workshop Multilevel Design Process Mapping Project and Engineering Services Scope Human Factors Training Iterative Review and Refinement Stakeholder Identification Initial Knowledge Capture Activities Implementation and Evaluation Resource Management Style Guide Definition MOC Documentation and Training Goal Oriented Analysis and Initial Prototyping Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 20
  21. 21. Customized HMI Workshops – Why? Assembling the right team is important. - Explain and demo the latest HMI theories - Maximize impact by highlighting our solutions to common implementation problems - Train operators, engineers and others stakeholders and maximize buy-in to the process – improving their experience, and impact on the final result - Lead the development Style Guide that meets each client’s unique needs - Use our industry & product know-how to create the highest value solution - Layout the next steps for most efficient project execution Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 21
  22. 22. Customized HMI Workshops – How? Workshop Activities and Deliverables: - Human Factors Training and Education - Initial Knowledge Capture Activities - Operator Interviews - Database Export - Documentation Review – Historian - Operator Action Journal – SMC Log - Style Guide Definition - Goal Oriented Analysis and Initial Prototyping - Level I/II Prototype sketches Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 22
  23. 23. Phase III: Multilevel Design Process Mapping, Project Implementation and MOC Situational Awareness Structured Methodology Services Phase I : Products, Services and Project Scope Phase II : Design Development and Collaborative Prototyping Phase III : Multilevel Design Process Mapping, Project Implementation and MOC Service Elements Project Type and Product Choice HMI Workshop Multilevel Design Process Mapping Project and Engineering Services Scope Human Factors Training Iterative Review and Refinement Stakeholder Identification Initial Knowledge Capture Activities Implementation and Evaluation Resource Management Style Guide Definition MOC Documentation and Training Goal Oriented Analysis and Initial Prototyping Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 23
  24. 24. HMI Design Process – Mapping Area Facility Sections Components Goals High Level Process Functions Specific Process Functions Equipment Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 24
  25. 25. HMI Design Process – Mapping - Provides organized views of plant operation and performance at multiple levels – operator can “drill down” to desired amount of detail - Customized overview graphics connect the operator to the overall process goals - Reveal the relationships between high-level goals and detailed process operational states Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 25
  26. 26. Prototypes (Visio) Implementation and Review Plant (P&IDs) Documentation Engineering Operations Conceptual Designs Functioning Displays Workshop to Implementation Iterative review and refinement Knowledge Capture - Documentation Review - Interviews Collaborative Prototyping - Engineers - Operators Implement & Evaluation - Final refinements - Export review - Simulator-based Confidential Property of Schneider Electric 26
  27. 27. 27 ©2014 Schneider Electric. All Rights Reserved. All trademarks are owned by Schneider Electric Industries SAS or its affiliated companies or their respective owners.

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