Presentation on theme: "Enterprise Architecture for Infrastructure network and performance metrics Ajay Nair MBA (S.Illinois Uni), MURP (CEPT Uni) Bindu B.Tech (kerala Uni), MBA."— Presentation transcript:
Enterprise Architecture for Infrastructure network and performance metrics Ajay Nair MBA (S.Illinois Uni), MURP (CEPT Uni) Bindu B.Tech (kerala Uni), MBA (UCF Student)
Agenda 1. Transportation and Enterprise trends 2. Performance metrics for Transit – NextGen! 3. Financial and operational efficiencies 4. Systems and Architecture - considerations 6. Real-time data and decision making 7. Summary 5. Sub-systems and integration
Transportation and Enterprise trends
going to places http://www.america2050.org/2009/09/where-high-speed-rail-works-best.html Role of ‘me and my wheels’ in the future –It would continue as mixed-mode of transportation (private & public) Need for comprehensive management metrics –strong bottom line and service levels –performance metrics – internal and external –benchmarking with competing modes and operators Did we reach there (efficiently), since mankind started on ‘wheels’ in 4 th Millennium BC. We are still trying to run faster, efficiently individually and collectively to places… for work, play, study, home….
High Speed Travel around the world ! Local Motives Where and How Developed anywhere Deployed anywhere Distributed workforce Mobile operations Mobile management! Video
Larger Region and Faster Transport - choices Fewer hours on Inter-state, Inter-city Travel Dedicated transit corridors and facilities More transit choices –Flexi fuel cars –Short run electric neighborhood ‘carlet’ –Fast intra-city transits –Inter-modal transit stations Mixed facility operations – –Remotely (AMI) & human operated systems – Fuel station - alternatives Questions & Answers - timely? Is that Door open / close? Is that Gate open / close? Is that Motor ready ? when is the next maintenance ? High-volume at new transit stations and handling ?
Public Transportation and Enterprise trends Mixed-mode Transport http://www.america2050.org/2009/09/where-high-speed-rail-works-best.html Virtual organization communication corridors High speed trends Customer relationship Supply-chain ERP: WorkOrder, Finance, People Marketing, Media channels mTicketing, mServices Emergency Response Flexi Transport Collaboration Tools e-411, eSupport Center
Enterprise Metrics and systems ! Enterprise Web based portals Mobile personal-ware Distributed Servers/Cloud Data marts, eETL, BI Developed/deployed/manage d anywhere Distributed workforce Function specific systems High level automation Costly measurements Expensive equipments Asset Scan systems (Storm, fire, manhole) Workflow based system Hierarchic functions Data and Flow dependency Delayed data Sub-systems Operation specific AMI Equipment messaging Self managed network Sign Maintenance systems Street furniture maintenance TCO Performance
Performance metrics for Transit – NextGen!
Transportation Infrastructure and Management Issues http://www.america2050.org/2009/09/where-high-speed-rail-works-best.html Maintenance Events Transportation and Performance Indicators Operations Asset Response Investment Management,Controls, Resources Decision
Transportation, Enterprise and NextGen Metrics Enterprise Infrastructure network Operate Plan Develop Maintenance Customers Market Management Support Measurement
Financial and operational efficiencies
Performance Portal Inventory of projects Budget utilization rates cost efficiencies investment, resource statistics across nodes Benchmark Network & Nodes (same class) for –Optimum resource use –Investment fund performance –IRR, cash flow, growth rate –Re-investment & performances
Balance Sheets Balance sheet: YTD (t1- t2), trends, forecast –Financial, operational and environmental balance sheet Efficiency indicators and dashboards for each operational unit City of Knox, Melbourne Victoria
Business models for HighSpeed transit –Portfolio based investment and operations –New and repeat customer groups –Metrics on Customer loyalty –Information Customer base analysis –CRM on network, cities and regions In-memory, search’able, visualization BI features Transportation Management Metrics RFID IPCam IR Sensor Real-time Facility Sensor and Metrics
M2M/RMI -for corridor segments & facility
Systems and Architecture - considerations
Life-cycle and evolution – fast! Enterprise Plan Master plan Development controls Zoning budget Measure Infrastructure Capacity, MPMA, PQI, SAI Services RCI, VCI Implement Supply-chain As-built data Components Correction/revisions efficiency User Design Design versions Components Capacity Service Links Manage Infrastructure Staff/, comp. Opr. units Service, programs Customer
Infrastructure data (CAD, GIS, DMS, RMI, W/Flow) Site Plan Corridor (As Built) Neighborhood Region City Doc+Photo GIS Zone+Plan CAD Survey Doc+Phot o CAD Design GIS Intra-City Infra. GIS Inter-City Infra. DMS Enterprise Database for Metrics 360 Scan Simulation ERP BI Cube? Enterprise database for Metrics GIS DSS BI
Transit Segment System design Web Server GIS ServerWorkflow DMS Application Server Network/Carrier RFID/RMI Data Data Mart Telematics/AVL iETL/BI Network Asset/Facility data MaterialsSupply CRM Maintenance Operations Segment MobileTablet PCPC Display boards User DSS Finance PgM
database progression Design-Development-Transition –CAD based Design file –As built data –Maintenance information –Operation data data mining and drill reports (up and down) Data: change of hands ~ data lost Neighborhood When Where What
Design & Construction Data Evolution for Enterprise BI Need for Object based CAD/GIS as-built database on –Facility/Asset evolution to enterprise –spatial database More sub-systems for mixed-mode transport Integration of sub-systems to support the same ‘Customer’ –CRM and customer loyalty for Operators More dynamic mixed-mode OD data –how and which way ‘they’ move’!
High speed transportation and business issues Business models for HighSpeed transit –mRail CRM systems for transit –ERP for crew, maintenance, operations and financial efficiencies –Investment portfolio and cost effectiveness Customer base and BI –Mega cities and regional volume based OD nodal network as Service Area –New and repeat customer mapping/GIS –Collaborative media advertisement network IPTv, displays –Usage patterns: High speed inter-city/node Mass transport Green intra-city transit http://www.railway-technology.com/contractors/computer/hansecomm/
Customer mobility changing patterns BI & performance – Flexi Trans! Collaborative data/metrics and Responses dynamic capacity by segments and service area Decision support Route planning & logistics
Sub-system and integration
Information chain –Sensors and direct-data enterprise data integration –Reduce loss and parsing of data –Data Marts for GeoBI –Mobile data & collaboration Metrics and ETL for decision support system Transportation Management Metrics RFID IPCam IR Sensor Real-time Facility Sensor and Mterics Sensor Data capture forward Data Transmit Data Mart ETL Management Metrics
Transportation and Enterprise System Management Metrics (Origin/Destination Node network) Real-time Management BI, Controls, Resources and Decision Operations Decisions, Controls, Resources Asset Condition Customer Statistics Accounting Maintenance Baseline database Node 1 Network Node 2 Network Metrics by Dynamic Segments Simulation DSS Resource Scenario plans Metrics by Dynamic Segments
Image Credit: American Public Transportation Association Simulation Functional, operation simulation What-if simulation Physical, systems GIS-CAD simulations DSS matrix Rule tables Decision trees Logic database Collaborative expert systems Resource support –Functional –Operational –Resource supply chains Transportation and Enterprise trends When Where What
Features – we need! order and consistency better logistics industry and networks more accessible supply chains Better efficiency* of a transport system Save transit time, freight cost resources allocation and processes optimization quantitative, objective record of performance build repository of evidence & frameworks * - time, cost, resources, process
Real-time performance measure Monitoring & direct data acquisition Order and consistency Save transit time, freight cost Rational resources allocation Processes optimization Better logistics & efficiency Record of performance - quantitative, objective Reduce ‘Yesterday’s measure’ issues Timely DSS, resource allocation
Thank You Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 786-4448442