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Wireless Applications at Machine Level in Industrial Automation Bruno FORGUE – EMEA Marketing Manager ETSI #67 - The Wireless Factory 13 June 2008.

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1 Wireless Applications at Machine Level in Industrial Automation Bruno FORGUE – EMEA Marketing Manager ETSI #67 - The Wireless Factory 13 June 2008

2 June ETSI - 2 The Wireless Factory Wireless at Machine Level Introduction Typical factory data communication model Devices and protocols Wireless for industrial automation Who is ProSoft Technology? Communication solutions for industrial automation Application and support oriented company Why do customers ask for wireless? Application examples Conclusion

3 June ETSI - 3 Introduction: Typical Factory Data Communication Model Information Technology Dept. Control room PLC Controllers Sensors Actuators Operator interfaces PCs HMI software IT Systems ERP software Plant floor Machines Indust. Automation Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

4 June ETSI - 4 Introduction: Devices and Protocols Equipments to be connected are: Programmable controller: the CPU which controls the machine Operator interface: for interaction between human and machine PC: configuration, programming, maintenance… Sensors: convert a physical variable to current or voltage (detect / measure process information to bring to the CPU) Actuators: convert a command to power (motors, valves, heater… controlled by the CPU) … Equipment 1Equipment 2 Communication Industrial Communication Protocols Profibus… EtherNet/IP… Modbus… DF1… ControlNet… Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

5 June ETSI - 5 Introduction: Wireless for Industrial Automation …to wirelessly connect business system to the control system … to wirelessly access remote plants or stations …to wirelesly connect remote racks of I/O …to wirelessly link PLCs for messaging … to wirelessly program, configure, & monitor the system Diagram courtesy of Rockwell Automation © 2005 Rockwell Automation … to wirelessly connect HMI to controllers and devices … to wirelessly connect HMI to controllers and devices Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion … to wirelessly connect I/O devices, sensors and actuators.

6 June ETSI - 6 Who is ProSoft Technology? Communication Solutions Modbus Plus Profibus DP … … ASCII/Serial IEC IEC DNP 3.0 HART DE ASCII/Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP IEC DNPSNET … … … Modbus Integrate to non-native protocols into the architecture Wireless Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

7 June ETSI - 7 Communication Solutions for industrial automation Where Automation Connects More than 20 years of experience Industrial Automation Industrial Protocols Industrial Wireless In partnership with Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric and other automation and process control leaders Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

8 June ETSI - 8 Who is ProSoft Technology? Application Oriented Company Bringing innovation Industrial wireless Unique family of high performance solutions Interface gateways High-speed gateways In-rack modules PLC processor has direct access to memory via backplane Benefits for Customer High performances! Ease of implementation! Unequaled Technical Support Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

9 June ETSI - 9 Who is ProSoft Technology? Support Oriented Company Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

10 June ETSI - 10 Why do customers ask for wireless? Installation Maintenance Operation cost reduction Flexibility Moving & Rotating equipments Distance Reliability … Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

11 June ETSI - 11 Warehouse Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

12 June ETSI - 12 Logistic – Material handling Moving parts Remove data cables from flexible cable runways A lot of metal frames Metal moving parts (cabinets between rows of the warehouse) Reliability, availability (moving cabinet must not loose connection when at stop points). Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

13 June ETSI - 13 Manufacturing Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

14 June ETSI - 14 OVEN OVEN 8 Manufacturing Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

15 June ETSI - 15 Steel foundry Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

16 June ETSI - 16 Coking Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

17 June ETSI - 17 Coking Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

18 June ETSI - 18 Heavy loads handling Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

19 June ETSI - 19 Heavy load handling Anti-collisions system for heavy load handling With two cranes – application fail-safe in event one crane Loses power Allow two portal cranes to work independently and simultaneously while sharing a common rail track Monitoring and control of Ethernet drives Large number of multicast producer consumer packets per drive Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

20 June ETSI - 20 Material handling No more collisions Protects mechanical installation against potential damages Avoid collisions and repair costs Increase availability Reduce amount of disturbances and faulty situations Replace slip-ring Improve network availability Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

21 June ETSI - 21 Remote SCADA Tight time frame Private line needed 2 roads crossings No existing path for cables Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

22 June ETSI - 22 And more… Wireless in Industrial Automation Extended network over Widespread area Obstacles Rail way River Highway Leverage maintenance (Slip ring) Telecontrol Harsh environment EthernetSerial FHSS IEEE802.11abgField Devices Protocols… Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion Moving parts Distance

23 June ETSI - 23 Conclusion Wireless at Machine Level Industrial environment constraints for the electronics Temperature, vibration, humidity, EMC… Protocols and application specificities Automation specific protocols Functionalities RF reflections / multi-paths (indoor) and obstacles (outdoor) Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion

24 June ETSI - 24 One word about standardization processes Safety Class 0: Emergency action (always critical) Control Class 1: Closed loop regulatory control (often critical) Class 2: Closed loop supervisory control (usually non-critical) Class 3: Open loop control (human in the loop) NOTE: Batch levels* 3 & 4 could be class 2, class 1 or even class 0, depending on function *Batch levels as defined by ISA S88; where L3 = "unit" and L4 = "process cell" Monitoring Class 4: Flagging Short-term operational consequence (e.g., event-based maintenance) Class 5: Logging & downloading/uploading No immediate operational consequence (e.g., history collection, SOE, preventive maintenance) Importance of message timeliness increases

25 June ETSI - 25 Before leaving… Questions? Thanks Bruno FORGUE Introduction ProSoft Technology Why Wireless? Applications Conclusion


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