Downer’s EAM Journey
EAM Success through Integrated Technologies
Introduction
Uchiraka Yatawara
Websphere Applications Manager
E: Uchiraka.Yatawara@downergroup.com
Abhijeet Rajankar
EAM T...
3
Session Abstract
Introduction – Company and Project
Project Challenges – Both Business & Technology
Approach taken - Jou...
4
Downer Company Profile
• Overview
• Leading provider of engineering and infrastructure &
asset management services to pu...
5
Downer Rail
• Overview
• The leading provider and maintainer of freight
and passenger rolling stock in Australia
• Opera...
1. With clear strategic intent, you can find opportunities that
you may not have realised existed
2. Use major projects to...
7
Waratah Train Project
In 2006 Downer entered in to an agreement as a major contractor to the Waratah Train
Project as pa...
8
Sydney’s Waratah Train Innovation
Named after the state of NSW’s floral emblem ‘WARATAH’
Comprises of 2 driver cars, 4 m...
9
Sydney’s Rail Transportation
306 Railway stations within the metropolitan of Sydney
Over 1 million passenger journeys ar...
10
Waratah Train Project - Current Status
72 Waratah trains are in passenger service
6 more trains are in current producti...
11
Three Core Project Elements
1. Designing, building and commissioning
the Auburn Maintenance Centre
2. Designing, buildi...
12
Systems Opportunity
A ‘best of breed’ approach to an EAM solution
Highly available platform for real-time transactions
...
13
System Challenges
• Application Roadmap
• System support & maintenance
• Bespoke solutions
• Multiple Legacy systems
• ...
14
Project Challenges
• Managing asset configuration and
maintenance activities
• Ability to effectively manage a detailed...
15
Why IBM Technologies?
Existing implementation across the organization
Industry specific EAM solutions
Internal capabili...
16
IBM Product Suite
• IBM Maximo Enterprise Asset Manager
• IBM Maximo Asset Configuration Manager
• IBM Maximo for Trans...
Maximo Integration Framework (MIF)
• Event driven, real time, rules based integration
• Application configuration
• Integr...
Enterprise
Applications
Maximo
M
I
F File (FTP)
Messaging
e.g MQ Series
EAI
Interface
Tables
Interface
Tables
JDBC
Maximo ...
Delivered Integrations
Fleet Management Facilities System (FMFS)
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21
“A Day in the Life of the Business..”
OPERATIONS
 Train schedules refined to optimise use of fleet
 Trains monitored ...
22
FMFS Solution in Focus
The Fleet Management Facilities System (FMFS) is a customisable, reusable
application that integ...
23
Maintenance Management Information System (MMIS)
Maintenance Management Information System
(MMIS)
Preventative
Maintenance
Incident
Management
Fault
Management
Set Data
Ma...
25
Integration Platform
Integration with highly available down-stream applications
Highly available transactional B2B Gate...
26
Integration Platform
Integration with Specialized Equipment
27
Integrated Service Management
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Customized Tivoli products are used for monitoring trains
Monitor the high availability a...
Alert Management System (AMS)
29
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Fleet Network Display (FND)
31
Train Crew Display Emulator (TCDE)
32
Set Planning & Analysis (SPA)
Lessons Learned
33
Ensure operational requirements are not disconnected
from contract negotiations
Ensure there is a clear...
Key Business Outcomes
34
Day to day processes are streamlined
Up skilling users with leading edge Asset Management System
...
Next Phase of the EAM Journey
35
Keep up to date with changing technology
Stay abreast of the new solutions from the IBM p...
Future Projects
36
Rolling out integrated condition based maintenance
Maximo Scheduler for planning and execution of PMs
L...
Further Information & Contacts
Uchiraka Yatawara – Websphere Applications Manager
E: Uchiraka.Yatawara@downergroup.com
M: ...
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  1. 1. Downer’s EAM Journey EAM Success through Integrated Technologies
  2. 2. Introduction Uchiraka Yatawara Websphere Applications Manager E: Uchiraka.Yatawara@downergroup.com Abhijeet Rajankar EAM Technical Manager E: Abhijeet.Rajankar@downergroup.com Dean La Porte IBM Product Design E: dlaport@us.ibm.com
  3. 3. 3 Session Abstract Introduction – Company and Project Project Challenges – Both Business & Technology Approach taken - Journey Solutions selected and applied Outcome, Lessons Learnt and Future Journey
  4. 4. 4 Downer Company Profile • Overview • Leading provider of engineering and infrastructure & asset management services to public and private sectors • Located predominantly in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region • Market Sectors • Minerals and Metals • Oil and Gas • Transport • Power • Communications • Property • Operating Divisions • Downer Infrastructure • Downer NZ • Downer Mining • Downer Rail
  5. 5. 5 Downer Rail • Overview • The leading provider and maintainer of freight and passenger rolling stock in Australia • Operates • 3 engineering design centres • 4 manufacturing plants • 20+ maintenance facilities in Australia • Asset Management Services • Passenger rolling stock • Freight rolling stock • Simulators • Locomotives • Operations and maintenance facilities
  6. 6. 1. With clear strategic intent, you can find opportunities that you may not have realised existed 2. Use major projects to help define your strategy or consolidate your smaller projects to create critical mass 3. Once you have clear strategic direction align support structures early to start building internal capabilities EAM Strategy – 3 Key Points 6
  7. 7. 7 Waratah Train Project In 2006 Downer entered in to an agreement as a major contractor to the Waratah Train Project as part of the Public Private Partnership (PPP). WTP is the largest rolling stock procurement project ever undertaken in Australia.
  8. 8. 8 Sydney’s Waratah Train Innovation Named after the state of NSW’s floral emblem ‘WARATAH’ Comprises of 2 driver cars, 4 motor cars and 2 trailer cars Live video streaming with 150+ CCTV cameras per train Energy efficient LED lighting – World’s first for passenger trains 3G network connectivity Automatic Climate Control
  9. 9. 9 Sydney’s Rail Transportation 306 Railway stations within the metropolitan of Sydney Over 1 million passenger journeys are made daily 2060KM+ of railway tracks only within the Sydney metropolitan Waratah trains to replace 50% of Sydney’s existing train fleet
  10. 10. 10 Waratah Train Project - Current Status 72 Waratah trains are in passenger service 6 more trains are in current production Expected completion is mid 2014 Supply chain improvements to fast track manufacturing
  11. 11. 11 Three Core Project Elements 1. Designing, building and commissioning the Auburn Maintenance Centre 2. Designing, building and commissioning 78 eight-car train sets for use on the Sydney rail network 3. Maintaining all 78 train sets as part of a 30-year Through-Life-Support contract Auburn Maintenance Centre 30-year Through-Life- Support contract 78 eight-car train sets
  12. 12. 12 Systems Opportunity A ‘best of breed’ approach to an EAM solution Highly available platform for real-time transactions IBM products were selected as the core platform Provides a focus to build and align support capability
  13. 13. 13 System Challenges • Application Roadmap • System support & maintenance • Bespoke solutions • Multiple Legacy systems • Manufacture • Maintenance • Costing
  14. 14. 14 Project Challenges • Managing asset configuration and maintenance activities • Ability to effectively manage a detailed contract with multiple stakeholders • Ability to integrate with multiple systems via highly available integration platform • Ability to maintain integration to and from legacy systems Supporting ‘state of the art’ fleet rollout 30-year Through-Life- Support contract High priority real-time B2B Transactions Legacy Systems and Business Transformation
  15. 15. 15 Why IBM Technologies? Existing implementation across the organization Industry specific EAM solutions Internal capabilities
  16. 16. 16 IBM Product Suite • IBM Maximo Enterprise Asset Manager • IBM Maximo Asset Configuration Manager • IBM Maximo for Transportation • IBM Maximo Service Request Manager • IBM Maximo Calibration • IBM SLA Manager • IBM Maximo Adaptor for Microsoft Project • IBM Maximo for Service Providers • IBM Websphere Message Broker • IBM Websphere MQ • IBM Websphere Partner Gateway • IBM Websphere Application Server • IBM Tivoli Omnibus and Network Manager • IBM Tivoli NetCool/Omnibus Gateway • IBM Smart Cloud Control Desk
  17. 17. Maximo Integration Framework (MIF) • Event driven, real time, rules based integration • Application configuration • Integrated Security • Proactive Notification and Reprocessing • Native synchronous and asynchronous Web services • Highly scalable • Integrate any Maximo object • Over 75 pre-built integrations • Product adapters to SAP and Oracle
  18. 18. Enterprise Applications Maximo M I F File (FTP) Messaging e.g MQ Series EAI Interface Tables Interface Tables JDBC Maximo IS XML DSF JMS HTTP Connectivity
  19. 19. Delivered Integrations
  20. 20. Fleet Management Facilities System (FMFS) 20
  21. 21. 21 “A Day in the Life of the Business..” OPERATIONS  Train schedules refined to optimise use of fleet  Trains monitored in operation to minimise Incidents  Faults identified/analysed -> preventive maintenance MAINTENANCE  Work orders issued to maintenance personnel  Scheduled maintenance performed  Faults rectified CONTRACTUAL  Daily negotiation of all invoice affecting items  Required number of trains made available to operate  Daily Performance monitoring & revenue calculation  Monthly invoice calculated & supporting data provided
  22. 22. 22 FMFS Solution in Focus The Fleet Management Facilities System (FMFS) is a customisable, reusable application that integrates all aspects of the value chain and provides interoperability with customer’s applications.
  23. 23. 23 Maintenance Management Information System (MMIS)
  24. 24. Maintenance Management Information System (MMIS) Preventative Maintenance Incident Management Fault Management Set Data Management Reimbursable Management MMIS (Maximo)
  25. 25. 25 Integration Platform Integration with highly available down-stream applications Highly available transactional B2B Gateway Traceability of high priority transactions Ensure secured transactions between Downer and the client Streamlined Service integration model to communicate to trains Internal legacy systems were not included
  26. 26. 26 Integration Platform
  27. 27. Integration with Specialized Equipment 27
  28. 28. Integrated Service Management 28 Customized Tivoli products are used for monitoring trains Monitor the high availability and the scalability Waratah trains are sending feeds to Maximo Netcool OMNIBUS and Tivoli Monitoring are used
  29. 29. Alert Management System (AMS) 29
  30. 30. 30 Fleet Network Display (FND)
  31. 31. 31 Train Crew Display Emulator (TCDE)
  32. 32. 32 Set Planning & Analysis (SPA)
  33. 33. Lessons Learned 33 Ensure operational requirements are not disconnected from contract negotiations Ensure there is a clear plan and focus for legacy system integration and data management Timing of training is equally as important as the provision
  34. 34. Key Business Outcomes 34 Day to day processes are streamlined Up skilling users with leading edge Asset Management System Perform Maintenance – both Proactive and Reactive Defining and Managing KPIs High priority, transactional Business-to-Business Gateway Supply Chain Automation Enterprise level integration architecture
  35. 35. Next Phase of the EAM Journey 35 Keep up to date with changing technology Stay abreast of the new solutions from the IBM product suite and roadmap Leverage FMFS solutions in other business areas Focus on current rail contracts to leverage FMFS solutions Align with broader Application strategy Application Roadmap with planned review phased across organisation BusinessEngagement
  36. 36. Future Projects 36 Rolling out integrated condition based maintenance Maximo Scheduler for planning and execution of PMs Leveraging EAM practice in the other business areas Expanding deployment of Maximo and Websphere Utilizing Maximo for service provider
  37. 37. Further Information & Contacts Uchiraka Yatawara – Websphere Applications Manager E: Uchiraka.Yatawara@downergroup.com M: +61 437 099 677 Abhijeet Rajankar – EAM Technical Manager E: Abhijeet.Rajankar@downergroup.com M: +61 421 716 556 Dean La Porte – IBM Product Design E: dlaport@us.ibm.com M: +1 978 899 2588 Downer Website: www.downergroup.com

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