2Note to Presenter : Presentation Flow This slide set is intended to introduce the TIA Portal software to a customer. It also shows the aim of our software innovations and our vision for the future. Slides 3 – 6 : Introduces the automation market trends and the Product Life Cycle Management Vision for Siemens software. Slides 7 – 10 : Transition from Siemens Vision to TIA Portal Introduction Slides 11 – 27 : Shows the key Features and Benefits of the TIA Portal FrameworkThis slide is intentionally hidden
3Manufacturing Automation Trends in automation Improving customer processes – reducing time-to-market.OverviewManufacturing AutomationProcess AutomationIntuitiveEfficientProvenPurpose of Slide – Introduce the steps necessary to bring a product to market. Goal is to streamline steps to reduce Time-to Market.No matter what industry you are in, from Manufacturing to Process Automation, there are many steps taken throughout the product life cycle:Gathering Market RequirementsProduct Design and DevelopmentProduction Planning and SimulationProduction and automation EngineeringCommissioning and StartupProduction / operationThe time it takes to complete all of these steps is called Time-to-market. To stay ahead of the competition in bringing new innovations/products to the market, a major strategy of most companies is to reduce the time to market. Since it is not possible to eliminate or skip steps in this process while maintaining high quality standards, companies strive to improve the processes in each step instead.Market RequirementsProduct DevelopmentProduction PlanningEngineeringCommissioningProductionProduct EngineeringProduction EngineeringTime-to-marketReduce Time to MarketTime-to-market
4How can seamless integration decrease time to market?. Yesterdayserial, tool-supportedtimeTodayparalleltimeTomorrowOverviewProcess:serialIntuitiveMarket RequirementsProduct DevelopmentEfficientProduction PlanningProvenProduction EngineeringCommissioningProductionPurpose of Slide – Explain the progress happening to reduce the time to market. The goal is for all the steps to be completely integrated so that they can happen in parrallel.YesterdayTraditionally, the steps to bring a new product to market have been serial in nature. One step had to be completed before the next step could begin.TodayWork has been done in the recent past to help integrate the individual steps. This has mainly been down by productivity software and tools to aid in the exchange of information between each step. However, this effort has diminishing returns and the total amount of time savings that can be realized is limited.TomorrowThe goal is for all of the steps to happen in parallel. The only way this is possible is with true seamless integration between each of the steps. This will greatly reducing the time to market. For example if a company realizes from its market that it needs to make a feature change to its product, changes to the product design will almost automatically be realized in the production process because the steps are happening in parallel.timeCommissioningProductionEngineeringCADIdeaServiceProductDevelopmentMarketRequirementsPlanningIn the future up to 50% faster time to market is possible!
6First Phase – Production Engineering OverviewIntuitiveTIACommissioningProductionEngineeringCADIdeaServiceProductDevelopmentMarketRequirementsPlanningEfficientProvenPurpose of Slide – Explain that the first step for Siemens is to fully integrate the Production Engineering ProcessThe first step in our development will be on the Production Process or what we call Totally Integrated Automation. Here we are focusing on seamless integration of the Production process from Design to Operation. The goal of this integration is to greatly reduce the effort needed and save time during the Production process.Focus on the Production Process Integration
7What are the requirements for Production Engineering Process? High degree of Equipment availabilityIntegrated system diagnosticsPowerful online functionalityPC-basedIntegrating theengineeringsoftwareOverviewIntuitiveHMIEmbeddedControllerEfficientHigh level of Investment protectionReusable componentsCompatible librariesProvenSafetySwitchingPurpose of Slide – Explain the requirements for the Production Engineering Process. There are different requirements for different phases of the process. An integrated engineering software addresses the requirements for this process for all components in the system.To do this, we need to take a look at what the requirements are during the Production process (Design, Installation, Operation, etc) and from all those involved throughout this process (Automation Engineer, OEM, System Integrators, Operators, Maintenance Staff, Plant Manager, etc)Luckily, most of these challenges can be address with comprehensive engineering software. But it usually is not that simplistic. Typically, there are many different engineering tools used for the many different components that make up and automation system during the production process. So the goal is to solve these challenges for the complete system. This can only be achieved through integrating the different engineering software tools together.Quick Start-upShort commissioning phaseIntegrated simulationEasy to use, Easy to learnMotion Control & DrivesCompact PLCWirelessShort Development cyclesConfiguration with graphicsTask-oriented engineeringFast editor accessStandard DrivesDistributedI/OsSafetyPROFIBUSEfficient EngineeringEfficient error detection/locationTask-focussed for quick solutionsAS-InterfaceDesign and ConfigurationInstallation and CommissioningOperationMaintenanceModernization and Upgrade
8Are all integration methods equal? OverviewEven if individual software packages are ideally interconnected, there are limits to their continuity and integration. Only a common working environment – an engineering framework – can achieve complete integration and continuity of the individual products.IntuitiveEfficientProvenPurpose of Slide – Explain the difference between different integration methods.So how do you integrate the different engineering tools together? There are many different methods to handle this challenge and unfortunately to the automation users, all methods are not equal.The conventional method to integrate these tools together is to provide interconnections between existing software packages. While this helps to achieve the end goal, it is not perfect. There are limitations to their continuity and level of integration. Most likely you still have to manage different projects, and if changes are necessary, you still have to propagate the change throughout all software packages manually.Only a common engineering framework can achieve complete integration and continuity of all the automation components. A frame work that hosts all of the engineering tools, manages a single database, and saves the entire system in one user project.Individual engineering systemsEngineering systems embedded in one frameworkTIA Portal
9Totally Integrated Automation Portal OverviewThe Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) engineering framework is the central connection between the individual productsCentralized engineering frameworkA common user interface concept for all automation tasks with common services (e.g. configuration, communication, diagnostics)Automatic data and project consistencySimple configuration of connectionsIntegrated system diagnostic toolsPowerful libraries across all automation objectsIndividual engineering systemsIntuitiveEfficientProvenPurpose of Slide – Introduce the TIA Portal as our framework to perfectly integrate all of our software tools together. It is important here to stress that the attributes on this slide are provided by the TIA Portal Framework itself.The Siemens technology that handles this level of integration is called the Totally Integrated Automation Portal.This centralized engineering framework has been designed to answers the needs of automation user pointed out in the previous couple slides.This was done by providing integration attributes in the framework itself. For example:Common user interface with common services so that all tools have the same look / feel and workflow. Easy to use/ Easy to learn.Automatic data and project consistency means a common database and single user project for all automation tasks. Shortens development time and maintenance an for entire system.Single set of tools for configuring all connections and communication. Shortens development time and maintenance an for entire system.Integrated system diagnostics tools for detecting system diagnostics in all components. Reduces engineering time and reduces downtimeCommon library allowing re-use of all automation components. Reduces engineering time and increased quality.Embedded in a framework
10Totally Integrated Automation Portal A centralized engineering framework for full integration and consistencyOverviewThe Totally Integrated Automation Portal provides the work environment for end-to-end engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 and SIMATIC WinCC.IntuitiveEfficientProvenSiemens Totally Integrated Automation PortalTotally Integrated Automation PortalPurpose of Slide – Explain that the our tools for engineering our automation components install into the TIA Portal and inherent all of integration functionality.With the TIA Portal, all engineering tools that are installed into the environment, automatically inherit all of the functionality and attibutes defined by the framework.The products that we have today for the TIA Portal areSTEP 7 V11 for our SIMATIC controllers. This includes all of our controllers from Micro Automation to our modular controllers, and our PC based controllers.WinCC V11 for our SIMATIC HMIs. This includes all of our HMI from the Basic panels to PC based SCADA systems.STARTDrive V11 for our SINAMICs drives (Starting with SP1)These packages are sold seperately to easily scale to our customers needs. But when they are installed in the TIA Portal, the experience is seamless integration.STEP 7 V11WinCC V11StartDrive V11*SIMATIC ControllersSIMATIC HMISINAMICSYou purchase STEP 7, WinCC - and experience the TIA Portal*StartDrive will be available with V11 SP2
11Engineering Redefined Intuitive – Efficient – Proven OverviewIntuitive: Easy to learn – Easy to use with task-oriented, intelligent and intuitive editorsEfficient: Efficient engineering with an end-to-end engineering framework for all automation tasksProven: Reuse existing automation solutions and integrate future software products in the TIA Portal engineering frameworkIntuitiveEnd-to-end engineeringEfficientTotally Integrated Automation PortalProvenControlHMIDrivesPurpose of Slide – Transition to specific Features and Benefits of the TIA PortalLets take a looks at some specific examples of benefits that result from using the tools in the TIA Portal Framework. These benefits can be summarized in 3 major categories.Networks…Totally Integrated Automation PortalUsabilityInteroperability & opennessSolid foundation for future innovations
12Purpose of Slide – Transition to the Intuitive category of features Easy to learn – Easy to use with task-oriented, intelligent and intuitive editors
13Quick start with task-oriented navigation OverviewIs there a way to get started quickly?IntuitiveEfficientThe Portal view in the TIA Portal offersA task-oriented viewA short getting-started section for solving automation tasksWell-organized screen displays for easy startGet started online without a projectChange editors with just a few mouse clicksProvenPurpose of Slide– Portal View allows beginners to easily get started engineering their automation project. It also allows quick and easy access to any component or location inside of an existing project saving valuable engineering time.
14Identical layout in all editors OverviewHow can I find my way through the TIA Portal Framework?IntuitiveEfficientIdentical screen layouts make it easy to work in different editorsAll editors in the TIA Portal have the same basic layoutAn overview of the complete project structure is always availableFeatures and information are always at the same locationDynamic adaptation to selected editorsWork environment can be easily customizedThe cross-reference list provides a project-wide overview of where variables and objects are usedProvenPurpose of Slide – Same look and feel between different editors greatly reduces the learning curve. This is because once you learn the basic workflow of one editor, you can apply all the same concepts to every other editor.
15Drag and ConfigureOverviewIs it difficult to configure controller and HMI communications?IntuitiveEfficientIntelligent Drag & Drop between editorsDragging a controller variable, e.g. from a variables table, a programming editor or a device view into the HMI image automatically creates:ConnectionHMI variableI/O fieldConsistent data throughout the projectChanges to variables are immediately implemented in all editors throughout the projectProvenPurpose of Slide – Many steps of configuration are applied automatically through simple drag and drops. Users spend less time learning how to use the automation system and more time focusing on their core competency which is building their machine.“Run”
16Process visualization - Simple engineering even for complex applications OverviewIs intricate process visualization inherently difficult to learn?IntuitiveEfficientBy integrating SCADA in the TIA Portal the user benefits from its excellent usabilityLarge data volumes such as variables or alarms can be generated quickly or imported easilyEverything at a glance with an object- oriented approach, e.g. edit alarms directly at the process variableEnd-to-end engineering from Basic Panel to SCADAOne engineering process for a great variety of HMI tasksProvenPurpose of Slide – Even complex components can be easily engineered inside of the TIA Portal. For example, engineering a complex SCADA HMI is as simple and follows the same steps as engineering a simple HMI panel. The same applies to engineering a complex PC based control or a simple micro controller. Users do not have to learn a new set of engineering tools for each platform.
17Purpose of Slide – Transition to the Efficient category of features Efficient engineering with an end-to-end engineering framework for all automation tasks
18Well-organized network view OverviewIs there a clear overall view of all resources?IntuitiveEfficientDevice and network view featuresCombined view of all network resources and network componentsConfiguration of individual stations in full graphicsMulti-line view of all components in a projectResources are networked through connecting the communication interfaces by mouse clickWell-organized presentation even of large projectsOption of using several controllers, HMI devices and PC stations for each projectProcess of integrating AS-i devices is identical to PROFIBUS/PROFINETProvenPurpose of Slide – With all components integrated into one framework, all configuration of resources and communication is handled in one spot. This greatly simplifies complex solutions and reduces engineering time.
19Efficient programming for fast and flexible solutions OverviewIs there an easy way to program complex processes?IntuitiveEfficientPowerful programming editors5 programming languages with top usability and maximum functionalityNew for S7-1200: SCL as a 3rd programming languageC++/C# for WinAC integrationStandards-compliant, reusable program codeIEC commands availableFlexible program structureTechnological plant structure also in the user program via object-based structured programmingQuick troubleshootingHigh degree of reusabilityHigh degree of modularityProvenPurpose of Slide – On the controller side, we provided all of the tools for users to realize their solutions in any programming language or structure that is required/preferred. This allows user to uses tools and standards that they are already familiar with. Also, they can use higher level languages to easily realize complex algorithms.
20Intuitive programming in high-level language with SCL OverviewIs it difficult to program in a high-level language?IntuitiveEfficientSolve complex tasks quickly and intuitively with SCL.Clear and well-organizedOpening and closing loops, comments, etc.Freely settable bookmarksClear online presentation of current valuesBreakpoints and step-by-step execution make it easier to locate programming errorsDeactivate code areas with a single clickInsert commands with Drag & Drop (e.g. a single click for a complete FOR…NEXT loop)ProvenOptional Slide : Specific information on SCLPurpose of Slide – Higher level languages are as simple to use as Ladder logic.
21Seamless integration of Safety in STEP 7 (Available with V11 SP2) OverviewDo I need an additional engineering system for machine Safety?IntuitiveEfficientSafety is an integral partOne engineering process for standard and safety-related programsUser interface concept is identical to that for standard programs, i.e. generation and downloading are the sameLAD and FBD programming languagesIntegrated, certified library for all common safety functionsSupport for safety program validationProvenPurpose of Slide – Machine safety is completely integrated into the TIA Portal using all of the same concepts as programming a standard controller. No need to spend time learning a separate piece of software.
22Optimizing cost and reusing know-how OverviewCan I only store programs in a library?IntuitiveEfficientComprehensive library concept for all automation componentsCreate, store and reuse any project parts, e.g.:Programming modulesVariablesHMI imagesConfigured modulesComplete stationsWithin a project with the local library or across projects with global librariesNumerous pre-engineered library objects availableProject libraryGlobal libraryProvenPurpose of Slide – Libraries provide the storage and re-use of all automation components from a simple tag, to a complete automation component. This reduced engineering time (do not have to re-invent the wheel) and increases quality by re-using components that are already proven.
23Easy monitoring of plant and components in the program OverviewHow do I get Diagnostic Information?IntuitiveEfficientAutomatic system diagnosis through "system error notification"Notifications are generated automatically based on the hardware configuration and made available to the HMIEasy analysis of available information in the user programCustomizable event texts that appear, for instance, on a control deviceProvenPurpose of Slide – One of the key benefits of TIA is the integrated diagnostics capabilities that are built into the core of the SIMATIC products. These capabilities allow complete detection of system faults from an HMI panel without any additional programming. This reduces engineering time for creating system diagnostics from scratch and reduces downtime if faults occur.
24ProvenPurpose of Slide – Transition to the Proven category of featuresReuse existing automation solutions and integrate future software products in the TIA Portal engineering framework
25SIMATIC STEP 7 V11 End-to-end engineering for all SIMATIC controllers OverviewDo I need different engineering systems for different controllers?IntuitiveEfficientEngineering editionProvenSTEP 7 BasicSTEP 7 ProfessionalPurpose of Slide – One software for all applications. From S to S7300/S7400 and PC based control. Easily reuse code between different projects independent of the end platform. Also, easy migrate existing projects from STEP 7 V5.5 to the new platform. Investment protection and only need to learn one software package.DevicesS7 1200, Basic PanelsS7 300, S7 400, WinAC*, ET 200 CPUOptional: STEP 7 Safety* WinAC Support will start with V11 SP1
26SIMATIC WinCC V11 End-to-end engineering from Panel to SCADA OverviewDo I need different engineering systems for different HMI applications?IntuitiveEfficientEngineering editionWinCC ProfessionalProvenPurpose of Slide – One software for all HMI applications. From Basic Panels to Panel PCs and SCADA. Easily reuse screens and screen objects between different projects independent of the end platform. Also, easy migrate existing projects from WinCC Flexible to the new platform. Investment protection and only need to learn one software package.WinCC AdvancedWinCC ComfortWinCC BasicDevicesBasic PanelsComfort Panels, Mobile PanelsPanel PCSCADA
27Totally Integrated Automation Portal Intuitive – Efficient – Proven OverviewIntuitive: Easy to learn – Easy to use with task-oriented, intelligent and intuitive editorsEfficient: Efficient engineering with an end-to-end engineering framework for all automation tasksProven: Reuse existing automation solutions and integrate future software products in the TIA Portal engineering frameworkIntuitiveEnd-to-end engineeringEfficientTotally Integrated Automation PortalProvenControlHMIDrivesPurpose of Slide – Summary. Simplify the entire production lifecycle with one integrated engineering framework for all automation components.Networks…Totally Integrated Automation PortalUsabilityInteroperability & opennessSolid foundation for future innovationsYour Benefit : Simplify the entire production lifecycle with one integrated engineering framework.
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