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1 Integrating Disparate Systems Todd Davis, M.Sc., CISSP Business Development Manager, Government Solutions Schneider Electric, NAOD Tel: +1 (404)

2 2 Agenda Integration Issues Introduction A Typical Building vs. An Intelligent Building Principles of Integrated Solutions Four Case Studies Service & Support Q&A

3 3 A Typical Building Setup Systems operate in isolation Information not shared across platforms Asset data is often duplicated Natural Gas Meters Water Meters Compressed Air Meters Occupancy Sensors Light Sensors Temperature Sensors Humidity Sensors Pressure Sensors Electric Meters Security HVAC Equipment SCADA Lotus Notes Weather Data Renewable Power Maintenance System BMS Lighting Steam Meters Metering System

4 4 The Intelligent Building Systems share information through a central, unifying system An interconnected smart building enables advanced control and a higher level of automation to save energy and improve productivity Natural Gas Meters Water Meters Compressed Air Meters Occupancy Sensors Light Sensors Temperature Sensors Humidity Sensors Pressure Sensors Electric Meters Security HVAC Equipment SCADA Lotus Notes Weather Data Renewable Power Maintenance System BMS Lighting Steam Meters Metering System

5 5 Integrated Solutions for Energy Security & Energy Efficiency SCADA: Security & Interoperability Open Protocol Energy monitoring and utility control Systems Leveraging Existing Systems Investments Each UI and application have a single connection to the Middleware. SCADA-Based Real Time Middleware – Pub-Sub Engine Clients Servers HVAC UI SCADA UI MES UI EEM UI ISX-CPowerNetEEM Security MetaSys FacilitiesAMIAMRWAGESGIS UI BAS UI SQL ODBC XML COMX CORBA OLEDB J2EE Dedicated connectors required to pass data between applications. Clients Servers HVAC UI SCADA UI MES UI EEM UI ISX-CPowerNetEEM Security MetaSys FacilitiesAMIAMR WAGES GIS UI BAS UI Potential Problems Desired State

6 6 6 Campus: Integration Issues Compound Legacy Equipment, Policies, Administration, and Competing approaches Legacy equipment is easy to integrate compared to multiple buildings & telecommunications infrastructures. Some are open, others are proprietary and/or obscure. Differing telecommunications infrastructures Transaction-based middleware cant provide consistent performance or reliability Differing densities of Measurement Instrumentation Some buildings have a sufficient number of sensors & meters to provide sufficient data for an energy efficiency play. Others have little to nothing at all.

7 7 7 Integration Requirements: 1.Real-time Middleware Integration Platform

8 8 Moving from Intelligent Buildings to The Intelligent Campus The Nuremberg Germany Convention Center Campus

9 9 9 Communications and Protocols Connectivity BAS Security Safety Access Control BIM HVAC MicroGrid Fire Systems WAGES Water Air Gas Electric Steam

10 10 Multiple Platforms = Multiple Protocols Open Standards OPC Modbus LONWorks SNMP ASCII C-Bus BACNet EIB / Konnex DNP 3.0 IEC870-5 Profibus Industry Standards SAIA Siemens Mitsubishi Satt Moeller ABB Danfoss Exomatic Landis & Staeffa TA9000 M-Bus S-Bus Allen Bradley

11 11 Multiple Protocols = Multiple Disciplines Intuitive Technologies Johnson Controls Kaye Instruments Keyence LG Industrial Systems Matsushita Mauell Mettler Toledo Mitsubishi Moore Motorola MOX Products MTL Instruments National Instruments Nematron NJ International Omnitronics Omron Optimation Optilogic Opto 22 Philips Phoenix Contact PLC Direct Preferred Instruments Reliance Electric Rockwell Automation Rosemount RTP SAAB Samsung Satt Control Schlage Electronics Schlaps & Partner Schneider Electric Serck Sisco SIXNET Softing AG Sprecher & Schuh Square D Steeplechase Telefrang Telemecanique Thermo Westronics Tibco Toshiba Transmitton Triconex Corporation Unidata Universal Instruments Valmet Vikingegaarden VIPA Wago* Weidmuller West Instruments* Westinghouse Willowglen Woojin Yaskawa* Yokogawa ZWorld Action Controls Advantech Air Liquide Ampcontrol Anybus April Aromat Aspen Technology B&R Industrial Baker Hughes Barber Coleman Beckhoff Bosch Bristol Babcock Busware Campbell Scientific Inc. Cegelec Cimetrics Clipsal Colby Demag Contemporary Control Systems Contrec Systems Control Microsystems Cutler Hammer Data Electronics Detroit Diesel Eberle Elpro Technologies Elsag Bailey Emerson Engage Networks Enron Eurotherm International Facon Fischer & Porter Fisher Rosemount Fluke Foxboro Fuji Electric Gantner GE GEC Harris Controls Hewlett Packard Hima Gmbh Hitachi Honeywell Idec Izumi Intech (NZ)

12 12 Integration Requirements: 1.Real-time Middleware Integration Platform 2.Support Multiple Protocols with Open Interfaces

13 13 ORNL WAGES Metering & Integration Hundreds of Buildings A Pilot Project made more sense fiscally and logistically Only a few buildings to start Networking Technologies dating back to 1950s Questionable Conduits & Quality Politics Consistent with any Institute of Higher Learning or Government Laboratory, or Department Competing objectives and agendas inextricably tied to the overarching Energy Efficiency play Variable Measurement Capabilities Everything from Manual Entry to Completely Automated Report Generation

14 14 Integration Requirements: 1.Real-time Middleware Integration Platform 2.Support Multiple Protocols 3.Allow competing Departments to get their Pet Feature without impacting other Departments, Project Costs, or Schedule.

15 15 Mori Towers Solution Overview User Support Features Visualizations Reporting Metrics Reliability / Scalability Integration Remote Access Flexible and strong web server architecture

16 16 Solution Overview Multi-Function Operations HVAC Lighting Energy management and reporting Fire and Security Equipment / Activity scheduling Requires strong communication capabilities to the Building Automation sub-systems, and an integrated scheduler

17 17 Solution Synopsis Facility-wide Monitoring Role based security Multi-protocol support Open communications Flexible clients Zero administration clients Secure remote access Cloud Computing SQL, MES, Reports Control Layer

18 18 Reliability Communication Redundancy Automatic Failover Automatic Recovery Automatic Client Switchover Multiple Servers Multiple Communication Paths Client Services Communications Alarm and Event notification Data logging and Storage reporting

19 19 Reliability Scalable Virtually unlimited expansion Clustered distribution Installations with over 2 million devices Installations with over 200 locations Installations with over 100 CALs You know a system is reliable when it is used to control runway lights on airports, and shuttle facilities for NASA! Multi-threaded Multi-CPU Multi-Cluster

20 20 Visualization Easily identify poor tenant behaviour

21 21 Visualization Status hot-spots to display details

22 22 Visualization Status hot-spots to access equipment details and controls Manage HVAC parameters

23 23 NASAs KCCS System Architecture Architecture for Utility System is similar, but with 1 redundant I/O server set and end items would be AHUs, Pumps, Chillers, etc.

24 24 Power System HMI Architecture for Utility System is similar, but with 1 redundant I/O server set and end items would be AHUs, Pumps, Chillers, etc.

25 25 UPS System HMI

26 26 Chilled Water System HMI

27 27 Air Handler System HMI

28 28 Utility Shop Overview HMI

29 29 Integration Requirements: 1.Real-time Middleware Integration Platform 2.Support Multiple Protocols 3.Allow competing Departments to get their Pet Feature without impacting other Departments, Project Costs, or Schedule. 4.Critical Systems Level Reliability, Scalability, And Client Flexibility/Consistency

30 30 Second Line of Defense (SLD) Mission Strengthen the capabilities of partner countries to deter, detect, and interdict illicit trafficking of special nuclear and other radioactive materials at international border crossings including airports, seaports, and other points of entry/exit. Strategy Develop cooperative efforts to mitigate the risk of illicit trafficking through: Search, detection, and identification of nuclear and other radioactive materials Development of response procedures and capabilities Deterrence of future trafficking in illicit nuclear and nuclear-related materials Goal Deliver an effective and sustainable global capability to deter, detect, and interdict illicit trafficking in special nuclear and other radioactive materials

31 31 SLD: Two Primary Programs SLD Program CORE Initiative Megaports Initiative Equip more than 450 points of entry: airports, border crossings, and small feeder seaports Bolster detection capabilities of foreign border officials or affiliated agencies Partner with International or multilateral organizations (IAEA, EU) Equip 100 international seaports Bolster detection capabilities of foreign customs officials and port authorities Partner with other U.S. federal agencies CBP/ICE: Container Security Initiative (CSI) CBP: Secure Freight Initiative (SFI) DHS: ASP deployment

32 32 Reach & Impact of SLD Program SLD scans a variety of traffic types at borders & seaports globally

33 33 SLD Monitoring In Action Vehicle Monitors Secondary Inspection Rail Monitors Border crossings, seaports & airports

34 Puerto Cortes, Honduras RPMs OCR Cameras Other Devices & Sensors

35 35 Other Integrated Systems & Components The Following Additional Components are part of the COMMS Solution TOS (Terminal Operations System) Software to manage the movement of containers at a port or border crossing Telecommunications systems Fiber, CAT5e, Wireless WAN, Wireless LAN links, VoIP Phone Systems CSI Workstation (Container Security Initiative)FBI Operatives, mostly NII (Non-Intrusive Imaging)big Container X-Ray Machine Handheld RIIDs (Radio Isotope Identification Devices) Backup Power (usually just UPSs) for most components listed above Gate Control, Traffic Light Control Security System Interface Large Traffic Management Displays

36 36 Sample Alarm Station Screen

37 37 Integration Requirements: 1.Real-time Middleware Integration Platform 2.Support Multiple Protocols 3.Allow competing Departments to get their Pet Feature without impacting other Departments, Project Costs, or Schedule. 4.Critical Systems Level Reliability, Scalability, And Client Flexibility/Consistency 5.Multiple System Interoperability

38 Service & Support The Long-Term Differentiator for Successful Projects

39 39 Support as a Success Factor (See Frost & Sullivan, March 2011) Maximizing Return on Automation Solution Investments through Effective Technical Support People, Process, Product The order is important Average Cost of 24 hours of Downtime: $6.3M In some industries, $6.4M is the average cost for 1 hour of Downtime Key Customer Criteria for Solutions Providers in Order: 1.Quality 2.Support 3.Price 4.Delivery Time 5.Vendor Flexibility 6.Reputation & Expertise 7.Product Innovation 8.Warranty

40 40 Innovative Support Models Comprehensive Solutions Level Support Models & Agreements Without regard to the mix of vendor components Global Consistency with Local Availability One model for all locations with local resources familiar with site specific needs

41 41 Integration Requirements: 1.Real-time Middleware Integration Platform 2.Support Multiple Protocols 3.Allow competing Departments to get their Pet Feature without impacting other Departments, Project Costs, or Schedule. 4.Critical Systems Level Reliability, Scalability, And Client Flexibility/Consistency 5.Multiple System Interoperability 6.Support for the Customer, not merely the Products

42 Summary What Weve Learned….

43 43 Integrating Disparate Systems Requires… Hardware Agnosticism from Sale to Service & Support Even Greenfield projects are best served by multiple providers Realtime Middleware as the Glue for Integration Transaction-based middleware cant provide consistent performance or reliability A Service & Support Offering for the Real World Not just a support offering for a single vendors offerings. A Solutions Oriented Approach Making The Most of Your Energy Requires more than a mere Collection of Components. It Requires A Big-Picture Solutions Mind-set.

44 44 Conclusions Facility Managers need solutions that can assist them to keep operational costs low, Energy Efficiency high, and their facility in top working order, such as Building Systems that can work together to extend beyond their individual capabilities and enable a truly intelligent building Top tier solutions for Facilities Monitoring that can scale from small buildings to large scale commercial enterprises and close the gap between Building Automation and Facilities Management. Solutions are currently deployed in Hospitals, Universities, Airports, High-rise offices, and Exhibition Centers. All of the power used in these systems is available and can be applied to your facility today.

45 45 Make the most of your energy

46 46 Questions / Discussion


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