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Talk on Industrial Internet of Things @ Intelligent systems tech forum 2014


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The Industrial Internet can be thought of as Intelligent Industrial Systems. A subset of Intelligent Systems per IDC’s taxonomy, these systems have extremely high value not just in terms of product and process optimizations, efficiency and cost savings but in the enablement of new business models such as mass customization in manufacturing. This session will focus on the state of Industrial Internet today, the efforts underway to make the Industrial Internet a reality, leading companies, technologies and products in the space, efforts at standardization, case studies of the Industrial Internet in action, and opportunities in the space.

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Talk on Industrial Internet of Things @ Intelligent systems tech forum 2014

  1. 1. Produced by Deep Dive: The Industrial Internet Graphic based on NI “Escalating Complexity of Systems” Ahmed Mahmoud, Sr. Group Manager, NI
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  3. 3. Our Mission We equip engineers and scientists with systems that accelerate productivity, innovation, and discovery. 3
  4. 4. A Snapshot of Our Long-Term Track Record of Growth Revenue: $1.2 billion in 2013 Global Operations: Approximately 7,100 employees; operations in almost 50 countries Broad customer base: More than 35,000 companies served annually Diversity: No industry >15% of revenue Culture: Ranked among top 25 companies to work for worldwide by the Great Places to Work Institute Strong Cash Position: Cash and short-term investments of $402M at June 30, 2014 $800M $400M 4 1985-2013 $1200M $0M
  5. 5. NI’s Role in the Current IIoT Market 5
  6. 6. SMART Factory Grid Machine City Car 6 SMART Phone Wearable TV Appliances Home Connectivity Data Analytics INDUSTRIAL Internet of Things CONSUMER Internet of Things Based on Moor Insights & Strategy's report Segmenting the Internet of Things (IoT)
  7. 7. The Industrial Internet Applications Condition Monitoring Factory of the Future 7 Smart Grid Industrial Control
  8. 8. The Escalating Complexity of Systems 8
  9. 9. Requires a Platform-Based Design 9 Modular Embedded Control Platform Software Desktops, Laptops and Mobile Modular Data Acquisition Platform Modular Test Platform
  10. 10. Requires a Platform-Based Design 10
  11. 11. NI’s Platform-Based Approach to Embedded System Design Traditional Design Approach Flexible Off-The-Shelf Solution VS. 11
  12. 12. Industrial IOT System Computation Real-Time High Performance Scalability Communication Time Synchronization Determinism Interoperability 12 Control Adaptive Control Design Methodology Models of Computation
  13. 13. Challenges for Industrial IOT System Computation Heterogeneous Processing Advanced Sensing Modularity Communication Bandwidth/Latency Synchronization Security 13 Design Approach Complexity Abstraction Simulation
  14. 14. Industrial Internet Application Framework Online Monitoring and Industrial Control Sensors/Actuators System Nodes IT Infrastructure (Big Analog Data Analytics/Mining) Sensors/Actuators Temperature Sensors Imaging 14 Corporate Monitoring, Control, and Diagnostics Advanced Pattern Recognition Efficiency Monitoring Database Historian Fault Signature Database and Modeling Plant Servers Monitoring/Control Systems Online Monitoring, Analysis, and Systems Management Software Database Historian Accelerometers Electrical Power Motors Miscellaneous
  15. 15. Embedded Monitoring and Control 15
  16. 16. Airbus reduced development time by 10X with NI solutions. 16
  17. 17. National Grid increased measurement capability by 400% with NI solutions. 17
  18. 18. Technology Disruptors Tomorrow Smart Sensors Cloud Mobility 18 Embedded Intelligence
  19. 19. Industry Wants, Needs and Wishes Today 19 Open Architecture Continuous Monitoring Predictive Maintenance Intelligent Advisers Advanced Sensor Fusion Proprietary Manual Rounds Schedule Based Maintenance Human “Databases” Limited Visibility
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