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© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Solving Today’s Production Challenges Yesterday’s Challenge: “ How do I keep my plant running.” Today’s Challenges: “How can my plant be integrated into our global supply chain to allow my company to be more agile and predictable?” “How can my plant help our company improve its performance and profitability?” Achieving the Real-Time Enterprise
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Customer Needs Improve at Unprecedented Rates Does “Rolling Your Own” & Integrating Solutions Work? Embrace & Extend Existing Automation Investments Conform to Standard IT Technology Stacks & Practices Consolidate Plant Floor Systems Minimizing “Shadow-IT” Initiatives/Budgets
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Relevant System Stakeholders Unique Requirements & Value Consolidating Disparate Plant Floor Systems & Minimizing Shadow-IT Projects & Resources System Integration, Infrastructure Support & Standards Compliance Revenue Improvements Daily Production Schedule Attainment Expanded Capacity Cost Improvements Increased Labor Productivity Lower Plant Expenses Cash Generation Reduced Inventory Higher Return on Assets Exceeding Quality, Production, & Cost Targets Plant Managers New Product Launch Mgr Customer Service Operations/Manufacturing Quality CI/BPI Maintenance Manager Lean Six Sigma Corporate Plant Production Quality Maintenance System Consolidation App Sustainability & Maintainability
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Why Has This Been So Difficult To Solve Complexity & Variability in Every Plant Floor Too Many Separate Application Vendors/Niches IT Projects Without Engineering or Manufacturing Input (and Vise Versa) Hi-Level Implementation & Maintenance Skills Required What’s Proven in 1 Plant Can’t Be Cost-Effectively Duplicated Lack of Standards Makes Infrastructure Costs Prohibitive Constantly Changing Demands from ‘The Users’
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Market Pressure Can the Solution Change Behavior & Impact Key Metrics Financial Drivers (ERP, EAM, SCM, etc.) Improve Quality, Productivity & Reduce Cycle Times Reduce WIP Inventory & Scrap/Rework Consolidate Disparate Plant Floor Systems Improved ‘Time-to-Launch’ for New Programs/Products Reduce Recalls & Warranty Impact Guarantee Standards Compliance Buying Decisions Driven by Solution Capability Instead of Tool Capability – Breadth & Depth are Important – Time to Solution & TCO Key to Decision Making ?
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Solution Challenges Configuration Challenges Multiple Installations Different Security Systems, User & Role Duplication Preserving Context Multiple Data Stores Complex IO Configurations De-Centralized Shift Management Fragmented Reporting Weak Web App. Clients Non-Intuitive Application Development Run-Time Challenges Multiple Sign-in (SSO) Fragmented Web Reporting Weak Web App. Clients Application Integration Data Sharing Data Replication Multiple Non-Intuitive User Interfaces Poor Performance
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy Production Management Plant ManagerProductionFinanceQualityMaterialsLean/6 SigmaProcess OpMaintenance ERPAPSEAM
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Key Performance Indicators Drill-down Visibility Analysis TimeProductionConstraints Report, Respond, Manage Monitor KPI’s Identify Area Identify Concern Analyze Details Manage with Information Overall Equipment Effectiveness EfficiencyUnitsTarget # A Data-Driven Culture Data – Information – Knowledge
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. EQUIP SUPPLIER CUSTOMER Product Development Corporate IT Planning Logistics Production Quality PLANT Quality Maintenance Plant Management Finance Plant IT Ind/Mfg Engineering Corporate A Data-Driven Plant Data – Information – Knowledge
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. CORPORATE Corporate IT Planning Logistics Product Development Corporate IT Planning Logistics A Data-Driven Enterprise Data – Information – Knowledge
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy Automation & Production Software Solutions Wide Range of Easy-to-Use Applications & Services Based on an Open, Scaleable & Standards-Based Architecture Allowing You to Continuously Improve Your Performance & Agility Visualize & Control Your Production Equipment Digitize Your Manufacturing Operations Unify & Standardize Your Plant IT Infrastructure Connect with Business Systems & Decision Makers From GE - A World Class Manufacturer Helping You … Achieve the Real-Time Enterprise
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy Capabilities Real-Time Information Portal Intuitive Web-based Dashboard Aggregate & Present Plant Data Performance, Execution & Quality Analytics & MES Asset Management Change & Equipment Management Plant Data Repository S95 Based Modeling Enterprise-Wide Data Management HMI/SCADA Visualization & Optimization Programming & Control Discrete, Process, & Hybrid Control
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy Applications Real-Time Information Portal Proficy Real-Time Information Portal Plant Performance & Execution Proficy Batch Execution Proficy Plant Applications Proficy Shop Floor SPC Proficy Tracker Proficy Machine Tool Efficiency Asset Management Proficy Enterprise Asset Management Proficy Change Management Plant Data Repository Proficy Historian Plant Data Repository Proficy Historian HMI/SCADA Proficy HMI/SCADA – iFIX Proficy HMI/SCADA – CIMPLICITY Proficy View – Machine Edition Programming and Control Proficy Logic Developer – Machine Edition Proficy Motion Developer – Machine Edition Services Proficy GlobalCare Support Proficy Professional Services Proficy Training
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy – Open, Layered & Standards-Based Coexist with Existing Systems to Preserve Investments Standards-Based for Improved Interoperability Integrated Between GE Fanuc Applications for Improved Production Operations Management
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. © 2003 GE Fanuc Automation All rights reserved. Proficy – Performance Management Enabling ERP Systems & Lean Six Sigma Initiatives Gather, Analyze & Transform Data to Real-Time Information Model Your Production Operations Based on ISA95 Standards Continuously Improve Level of Productivity & Performance Real-Time Visibility & Intelligence Track & Execute Production for Improved Agility Closed Loop Information Exchange with ERP Systems
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy - Industry Awards Progressive Manufacturing Award Finalist, Managing Automation Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Innovation Award Proficy family, Automation Excellence Award, IAN Proficy family, Product of the Year Finalist, Plant Engineering Proficy Real-Time Information Portal, Editors’ Choice Award, Control Engineering #1 HMI/SCADA Supplier in the World (ARC Advisory Group)
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. AMR Research… “GE Fanuc has a well-articulated Manufacturing Intelligence vision and the most cohesive offering of ALL the automation vendors.”
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy Software Strategy A Production Management Solution Extensible Platform for Data Collection, Analysis & Order Execution Ability to Manage All of Your Production Operations Close Loop Integration with Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Leveraging Proficy HMI / SCADA Applications Integrated with the Proficy Platform Superior Device Connectivity and Analytics Leveraging Microsoft Operating Systems and Technology Delivering Targeted Industry Solutions Targeted at Highest Value Problem Solving
© 2005 GE Fanuc Automation, Inc. Proficy Highlights Shrink Wrapped Production Management Packaged ERP Connectivity HMI/SCADA Integrated Leading Device Connectivity
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