Presentation on theme: "System Platform 2014 Roadmap & New Features. HMI Supervisory Roadmap Wonderware System Platform /InTouch 2012 R2 Device Integration Updates Multi-Galaxy."— Presentation transcript:
System Platform 2014 Roadmap & New Features
HMI Supervisory Roadmap Wonderware System Platform /InTouch 2012 R2 Device Integration Updates Multi-Galaxy Runtime Raised Historian Scalability Dual Historian InTouch Machine Licensing Semantic Model InTouch 2012 R2 Extension Access Anywhere HTML5 InTouch Access No Graphic Conversion 100% InTouch Functionality Wonderware System Platform \InTouch 2014 Scripting improvements Unified Historian New Animations Situational Awareness Lib Alarm Aggregation Template locking Styles Symbol Wizards OPC UA client New License tool Q4-2012Q3-2013Q4-2013CY-2015
Workstation I/O Data Server Information Server Historian Galaxy Repository AutomationObject Server Visualization Node Engineering Station Bootstrap Galaxy Rep. Bootstrap Historian Bootstrap Info Server Bootstrap InTouch Bootstrap InTouch Bootstrap IDE InTouch Bootstrap IDE InTouch Bootstrap IO Server Atypical ( A typical ) Topology…
New with System Platform 2012: Simplified Installation – Single DVD Multiple setup options: Role Based Product Based Both can be customized 1 install disc
Installation User Interface
Cadence Release: Wonderware System Platform 2012 Released November 2011 Wonderware InTouch HMI 2012 (v10.5) Wonderware Application Server 2012 (v3.5) Wonderware Historian Server 2012 (v10.0 SP1) Wonderware Historian Client 2012 (v10.0 SP2) Wonderware Information Server 2012 (v4.5)
Cadence Release: Wonderware System Platform 2012 R2 Released December 2012 Wonderware InTouch HMI 2012 R2 (v10.6) Wonderware Application Server 2012 R2 (v3.6) Wonderware Historian Server 2012 R2 (v11.0) Wonderware Historian Client 2012 R2 (v10.1) Wonderware Information Server 2012 R2 (v5.0)
Cadence Release: Wonderware System Platform 2014 Scheduled Release: December 2013 Wonderware InTouch 2014 (v11.0) Wonderware Application Server 2014 (v4.0) Wonderware Historian Server 2014 (v11.5) Wonderware Historian Client 2014 (v10.5) Wonderware Information Server 2014 (v5.5)
System Platform 2014 New Features InTouch 2014 (v11.0) Situational Awareness Library Element Styles Symbol Wizards New Animations Graphic Performance Index Owning Object InTouch Access Anywhere Historian 2014 (v11.5) Historize Alarms & Events from Wonderware Application Server Support for 2M I/O at Tier 2 New SDK toolkit Application Server 2014 (v4.0) Multi-Galaxy Communication ArchestrA Service Bus Template and Symbol Protection QuickScript Editor Scripting Enhancements Alarm System Enhancements Technology Updates New Technology Support Windows 8, Server 2012.NET Framework 4.5 SQL Server 2012 SP1
Providing the Right Information to the Right People at the Right Time Information flows upstream & downstream –Transformed/Aggregated –In context to the process –Timely and actionable Consumer Type #1: Near Real-Time Data –Runtime Performance Information –Operators, Maintenance, Supervisors etc. –Typically Consumed near the Process Consumer Type #2: Summary Information –Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or User-Specified Time Period –Managers, Engineers, Continuous Improvement Teams –Typically Delivered via Web-based Reports
Operational Challenges “Is our production on track?“ -Plant Manager- “How did the 3 rd shift perform last night?” -Operations Manager- “How can my on-call operator respond to alarms when out of the control room or building?” -Shift Supervisor- “I’m sending John to China on a project for 2 weeks. What if the new line in Cleveland needs his help?” -Engineering Manager-
Industrial Software Solutions: Common Characteristics Microsoft Platform-Centric –Operating Systems –SQL Databases –Back-end technology:.NET, WCF, DCOM, Visual Studio –Front-end delivery: IIS, SSRS, XML, ActiveX,.NET Controls Specific Hardware Requirements: –Server and Client machines, often multi-node –CPU, Memory, HDD requirements –High Availability, Redundancy, Failover –Network and Power infrastructure
Industry Challenges Human related challenges: –Mobility: New ways to work (BYOD) –Information consumers remote from process. –Shift from centralized to remote or flexible workers. –Security & user authentication. Plant & facility challenges: –Visibility of the equipment by casual users –Regulatory compliance –Procedure management –Plant maintenance –Resource availability
Technology Challenges One Business, Many Technologies. Compatibility and/or Interoperability: –Operating Systems (Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android, Linux, etc.) –Browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.) Extending Microsoft-centric applications to other platforms: –RDP requires client application (e.g. RDC, PocketCloud, etc.) –Client applications must be installed and configured. –Solutions must be secure and encrypted.
Technology –R–RDS (Microsoft) –W–Web Apps (HTML, SSL, HTML5) –M–Mobile Devices and OS (iOS & Android) –E–Email & SMS Interaction Strategy: Two Approaches 1.Extend the server/workstation experience to the mobile worker. 2.Allow the mobile worker to interact with remote systems via mobile-centric technology Variety of Solutions Available Today
Introducing InTouch Access Anywhere Full web-based access to InTouch applications from anywhere anytime regardless of platform or location. Runs in HTML5-compliant browsers (IE, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.) No Flash, Java, ActiveX, Silverlight or other special software needed. Doesn’t require installing or configuring any client-side applications. Platform-agnostic: -Runs on a variety of devices (Desktops, Laptops, Tablets, Smart Phones, Smart TVs and more) -Running on a variety of platforms (Windows, iOS, Android, Linux,…) Provides secure access -Same OS-based security as Remote Desktop -Supports HTTP, HTTPS, and SSL. -Natively supports RDP encryption.
FeatureBenefit Access and control your InTouch ® (includes alarms &data history) from anywhere regardless of the platform or location! (mobility-enabler) Use any HTML5 enabled Device! (Android, Chrome, iPad, Mac, Linux, HMTL 5 TV) Runs on the browser Does not install anything on the client Mobility & Cost savings. The ability to troubleshoot plant equipment from the office, home or on the road provides an unprecedented level of flexibility that maximizes engineer’s output. Ability to connect the most suitable resources instantly on a project saving the cost of travel Ability to remember what you worked onBusiness continuity One secure link-no programming required No maintenance……… Security All of the above with no compromise on InTouch ® functionality! InTouch ® Access Anywhere Benefits
Visualization Node REMOTE ACCESS I/O Data Server InTouch Terminal Server + InTouch Access Anywhere Historian Galaxy Repository Automation Object Server Automation Object Server Industrial Computer Engineering Station Casual Users Mobile Users Casual Users Plant Any location InTouch Access Anywhere
RDP Compression and Acceleration Enhances remote desktop performance over the Internet. Image compression: Compresses images before transmitting them to the browser for rendering. Packet shaping: Optimizes the network messages to improve network utilization and performance. Whole frame rendering: The display is updated as a whole rather than in blocks, as performed by standard RDP. Coupled with the other optimization features, it results in a smoother display that more closely resembles the functionality on local desktops.
Remote User Log-In 1.Open a web browser 2.Enter URL or IP of the InTouch Access Anywhere Server 3.Select InTouch application (if more than one exists on the server.) 4.Enter valid credentials 5.Click on “Connect”
System Requirements Server side Windows Server OS (Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008 Server SP2) Remote Desktop InTouch 2012 R2 InTouch TSE Concurrent licenses Client End: HTML5 compatible browser including, but not limited to: -Internet Explorer 10 or IE6 - IE9 (with Google Chrome Frame) -Chrome 12 or higher -Safari 5 or higher -Firefox 6 or higher -Opera 11 or higher -Amazon Silk
Changing Operator Role – Market Trend SafeReliableEfficientEffective
Modern HMI: Today we can almost anything Realistic 3D equipment. Millions of shades of color. Animated flames, flows, motors.
Without the Decoration
Opportunity: Situational Awareness Enhance the operator’s Situational Awareness of current process conditions. Leverage a variety of visual techniques within the HMI. Increase contrast between normal operating conditions and alarm states requiring action. Largely monochrome color palette. Display vivid colored alarm states. Graphics purposely not photo realistic. Provide just enough visual detail to deliver functional purpose without showing extraneous information to operators.
Situational Awareness Symbols Alarm Impact Time Alarm Grid What Happened ? Critical Process Trends Operational Limits Alarm Boundaries Tool Knowledge Operator Knowledge Operator Traditional HMI What is Happening ? SAL Graphics - 40 % Interpretation time
Situational Awareness Symbols Library
Consistency through Element Styles
Ability to Choose from Multiple Palettes
Symbol Wizard: Example Opportunities
Symbol Wizards Simple Case: Pilot Light 33 Many Symbols 1 Wizard Bezel Thickness Color 2 Options:
Example: Multiple Bar Graphs 34
Symbol Wizard – Bar Graph 35 Rules
New Animation: Points 36
New Animation: Alarm Border 2 3 4 1
New Animation: Sweep Angle Example: RPM Meter Optimal range is shown by shaded area. Dynamically established. Supported Elements: Arcs Pies Chords
New Graphic Element: Trend Pen
Programmatic Graphic Generation Publish open XML Schema Export Graphic as XML Import Graphics as XML Programmatic access to Import/Export Configuration Repository ArchestrA Symbol XML Import Export
Owning Object Owning Object can be set without scripting, browsing or typing. Easier to define the graphics from the graphic toolbox.
Graphic Performance Indication
Alarm DB Logger Configuration ? 20 steps
Application Server Alarm History Stack Application Server 2012 R2 WWALMDB Alarm Manager Alarm DB Logger SQL Connection Opportunity for improvement HCAL HCAP WCF SQL ServerHistory Blocks Process History Store-forward Redundancy Compression Bandwidth Limit
Alarm History Stack Application Server 2014 WWALMDB HCAL HCAP WCF SQL ServerHistory Blocks History Store-forward Redundancy Compression Bandwidth Limit Application Server* * No change for InTouch Alarm/Event History
New Alarms & Events In Historian Same Historian configuration: Server Redundant Historian Store forward Bandwidth
Filtering Historized Alarms & Events
Redundant Alarm History A2ALMDB HCAL Application Server * HCAP A2ALMDB Redundant Historians (active-active) Client Switching (active-passive)
Integrated View View Lists show alarm severity Alarms/acknowledgement on trends Operator actions overlayed OverView Part Of Information Server Released in System Platform 2012 R2 Updated in System Platform 2014 Also works with legacy WWALMDB
Storage Alarm/Event stored in History Blocks Easily archive/purge/restore using Windows Explorer Flexible structure Performance Significantly higher rates Capacity limited by space, not insertion rate Licensing May require Enterprise Edition Otherwise, use A2ALMDB Coming: Block-Based Alarm History Application Server 2014 R2 * History Blocks HCAL Application Server HCAP WCF * Tentative—expected in CY 2014
Alarm DB Logger Still used for: Standalone InTouch ASP upgrades with existing DB Logger Stores to WWALMDB
Historian Scalability 2,000,000 tags 2 million tags only supported via Replication (from a “Tier 1”)
Tag Meta Data Historian 2012 R2 & EarlierHistorian 2014 Runtime DB History Blocks
Historian 2014 Status Panel
Historian Client Windows User Management Historian Private Name Space Logins SQL: Per Login Windows Group: Per Login (not per User) SQL Server Management Studio
Historian Client Historian 2014: Private Name Space Logins SQL: Per Login Windows Group: Per Login (not per User) SQL Server Management Studio New “GroupedPrivateNamespace” System Parameter 0 = “Private” shared with Group 1 = Each account has Private namespace
New System Tags TagDescription SysStatusMode Tracks server state (read/write, read-only, down) SysStatusSFDataPendingIndicates outstanding store-forward data SysStatusAverageEventCommitSize# property values written together SysStatusAverageEventCommitTimeTime required to write the properties SysStatusEventCommitPending# events awaiting commit SysStatusRxEventsPerSecAlarm/event throughput SysStatusRxTotalDuplicateEvents Events discarded because detected as duplicate SysStatusRxTotalEventsCumulative alarm/event collection
Historian Toolkit Updates Historian 2012 R2 Toolkit Query history for all tags, including Summary Tags Only works with Historian 2012 R2 (aka 11.0) Only.NET 4.0, Application Server 2012 R2 (aka 3.6) Uses single TCP port for communications All new interface (though mapping is straightforward) Does not include tag listing (use SQL) Historian 2014 Toolkit Built-in redundant Historian support SQL query “tunnel” returns ADO.NET RecordSet
Application Server InTouchI/O Control Network “Tier 1” HistorianHistorian Client Online Edition User Subscription Historian Historian Client SmartGlance
Continued scalability gains – Tag Count – Retrieval Load First step toward integrated alarm & event history – Robust alarm/event history – Scalability improvement (modest) Improved Historian Toolkit Truly private name space for group logins Wonderware Historian 2014
Historian Client 2014 Office 2013 Support 32-bit only
Refocus ArchestrA Target Users # Users Skill Level InTouch ArchestrASystem Platform Goal: We must enable users to deliver System Platform functionality that exceeds InTouch and is even easier to use. Given the right skill level ArchestrA delivers unmatched business value. NoviceExpert
Runtime Alarms in Context with Awareness EEMUA 191: Alarm systems a guide to design Namur NA 102 Worksheet: Alarm Management NPD YA 711: Principles for alarm design (Norwegian petroleum doctorate slowly adopted throughout Europe as the standard) VDI/VDE Guideline 3699 (process control using monitors) ISA S18.02, Management of alarm systems for the process industry ANSI/ISA 18.2 Management of Alarm Systems for the Process Industries API RP-1167 Alarm Management For Pipeline Systems
Applying Industry Guidelines Define response times for each category 1.Alarm Priorities: 2.The system shall only represent four active alarm priorities: Priority 1 Critical (only Safety and Emergency related) Priority 2High Priority 3Medium Priority 4Low Priority 5Events and logging only no Alarms. 1.The four priorities and the impact to the business and operation. 2.Ranking and economical scale: Operational risk of the Alarms.
Severity Indication on Alarm Borders Severity 1 response time < 5min Severity 2 response time < 30min Severity 3 response time < 60min Severity 4 response time < 120min Wonderware Implementation
Global Styles for Alarm Colors and Borders One place to change how alarms are represented to entire project.
Alarm Border Animation Global Icons Global Styles Auto Configuration for Field_Attributes or objects Runtime
Awareness at Every Level: Built in Alarm Aggregation
Alarm Clients: The Current Method
Alarm Clients: Updated Historical Defined with standard Themes and Styles Fonts best Practices HMI Standards Dynamic Filter tabs Group By functionality Area tree filter
Alarm Clients: Updated Runtime Tabbed filtering Actual alarm indicators on Tabs Ack buttons Styles and themes setup as default
General Improvements Removal of platform breach message Removed standard object description Dialog boxes reflect proper action (cancel on deploy) OPC browser DI Object fixed Default engine execution time reduced to 500ms Default DI Object scan time reduced to 250ms Checkpoint file write frequency now 10 seconds default Use of localhost as GR or Historian name Changed redundancy communication port text on platform Dialog when importing clients or script libraries to indicate the affected objects and to cancel import operation Alarm Manager now able to co exist in multiple sessions
IT Compliance User Account Control (UAC) fully supported. System Platform install with SQL Server Express. Machine name, rename after install is supported. Silent install scripts are included with install DVD. ArchestrA User can now be Non-Interactive. Support for network based installation. Support in A2ALMDB for domain based or integrated security. New updated icons for legacy Alarm Manager.
Updated Operating System,.NET Framework, Virtualization, and SQL Server Requirements
New Invensys License Manager
Where to find a list of these New Features?
Reference Document on WDN (200 pages)
HMI Supervisory Roadmap Wonderware System Platform /InTouch 2012 R2 Device Integration Updates Multi-Galaxy Runtime Raised Historian Scalability Dual Historian InTouch Machine Licensing Semantic Model InTouch 2012 Extension Access Anywhere HTML5 InTouch Access No Graphic Conversion 100% InTouch Functionality Wonderware System Platform \InTouch 2014 Scripting improvements Unified Historian New Animations Situational Awareness Lib Alarm Aggregation Template Locking Styles Symbol Wizards OPC UA client New License tool Q4-2012Q3-2013Q4-2013CY-2015 Wonderware System Platform \InTouch 2015 Ease Of Use Redesign ArchestrA Displays Content Frames/Panes Multi-Touch Support Object Wizards Model Based Navigation Simplified IO Linkage Contextualized Data Alarm Shelving Graphic Security Much More!
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