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ICC 2020: ANSI/ISA HMI 101 - Intuitive Information and Guidance

HMI design plays a critical role in determining an operator’s ability to manage an industrial facility’s systems effectively, particularly when detecting and resolving an abnormal situation. Adopting design standards, such as those developed by groups such as ANSI and ISA, allows organizations to add valuable context to data in a way that’s consistent, clear and scalable. During this session, GrayMatter Chief Technology Officer John Benitz will discuss how water/wastewater utilities, manufacturers and other industrial organizations leverage high-performance HMI design to enhance change management practices, convert veteran operators’ unwritten rules into intuitive design elements, and reduce the learning curve for new employees.

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ICC 2020: ANSI/ISA HMI 101 - Intuitive Information and Guidance

  1. 1. ANSI/ISA HMI 101 Intuitive Information and Guidance
  2. 2. Envision your UI / UX Initiative
  3. 3. At A Glance: vision to quickly detecting and resolving an abnormal situation, which is the most important task of an operator. Establishing key graphics and indications for the viewing audience. Integrating the years of knowledge base of the operators into graphic representation. WHAT IS THE VALUE IN HIGH PERFORMANCE GRAPHICS
  4. 4. HOW? Using gray scale and muted colors for normal operation and bright red and yellow to make abnormal operations standout. Review alarm strategy and operational scaling to have the right indications available. Declutter and create the best user experience hierarchy.
  5. 5. Audience • Operators = Process, Control, Alarm Actions • Managers = Key Performance Indication • Maintenance = Trending, Trouble Shooting, PM, Predictive Analytics • Schedulers = CMM, RDB interfaces, Production • Quality = Testing, Performance, Adjustment
  6. 6. Real World Evolution
  7. 7. HMI Evolution 1990’s 2000’s High Performance HMI Limited Sophisticated but complex Simplified, intuitive, intelligent
  8. 8. Before After
  9. 9. More Insight
  10. 10. Dashboarding
  11. 11. Situation Awareness Examples
  12. 12. • Compliance Dashboards • Chlorine • Free and Total • Levels
  13. 13. Next Steps HMI Assessment HPHMI Workshop Style Guide New Graphical Standard Full Implementation of ISA101 Graphics
  14. 14. John P. Benitz Chief Technology Officer GrayMatter

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HMI design plays a critical role in determining an operator’s ability to manage an industrial facility’s systems effectively, particularly when detecting and resolving an abnormal situation. Adopting design standards, such as those developed by groups such as ANSI and ISA, allows organizations to add valuable context to data in a way that’s consistent, clear and scalable. During this session, GrayMatter Chief Technology Officer John Benitz will discuss how water/wastewater utilities, manufacturers and other industrial organizations leverage high-performance HMI design to enhance change management practices, convert veteran operators’ unwritten rules into intuitive design elements, and reduce the learning curve for new employees.

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