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Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.Agenda Overview of Key Differentiators Established Standard More Than A Fieldbus Conclusion/Wrap Up Additional Details This slide is meant to be customized by the presenter. Please alter to fit your specific agenda. Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Differentiator #1Established Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – TimelineEstablished Ethernet first used in industrial applications in the 1970s… Ethernet has a long history of use in industrial automation applications, beginning in the 1970s. Allen-Bradley has a long history of firsts and pioneering moments in Ethernet use for industrial automation. Allen-Bradley shipped the first PLC Ethernet interface in the industry in 1991 (PLC-5/250). Allen-Bradley shipped the first SLC on Ethernet in 1996 (SLC-5/06). The first EtherNet/IP nodes were shipped by Allen-Bradley in 2001 (ControlLogix and FLEX I/O). In 2003 General Motors made the decision to make EtherNet/IP their worldwide standard for industrial automation networks. In 2006 ODVA eclipsed the 1 Million node mark for EtherNet/IP shipments. EtherNet/IP is the present and future of industrial automation networks. …EtherNet/IP is the network of the present and future for industrial automation Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP - Metrics SummaryEstablished Products in all major categories Node Shipments: > 1,300,000 total > 830,000 RA > 31% CAGR for RA nodes > 22% over last FY Vendor Adoption: > 175 vendor IDs > 250 vendors with products > 445 identified products 70,500 663,000 14,400,000 2004 Shipments of Industrial Ethernet Devices by Protocol 26% Modbus TCP 25.4% EtherNet/IP 2.9% Fl-Net 2.1% FF-HSE 2% PROFInet From ARC Advisory Group Report – Title: ‘Industrial Ethernet Worldwide Outlook Market and Forecast Through 2009’ – May/2005 EtherNet/IP is well established and enjoys a very favorable advantage in number of devices shipped versus competitive networks. Modbus TCP has a very slight advantage in device shipments, however the growth trends are in favor of EtherNet/IP. EtherNet/IP also has a distinct technology advantage over Modbus TCP in the expanding capabilities to be discussed later. Modbus TCP is not a real-time network. EtherNet/IP is well known in industrial automation and is well documented. A simple Google search nets over well over 100,000 hits for EtherNet/IP information and collateral. More information and guides are always being developed by ODVA and its member companies. Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Who’s On Board?Established 170+ EtherNet/IP Vendor IDs Assigned EtherNet/IP is supported in a broad range of devices made by industrial automation technology leaders. Over 120 vendor IDs have been assigned and that number continues to grow as more and move device manufactures sign on to make their devices communicate with EtherNet/IP. Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Available Product TypesEstablished HMI Programming Terminals Business System Media Robots Controllers Switches EtherNet/IP is built into many different product types including… See diagram above These are just some of the many product types that communicate on EtherNet/IP Examples: Rockwell Automation EtherNet/IP Module, ABB Robotics Robot, Festo Valves, Avery Weigh-Tronix Weigh Scale More products are always being added to the list by Rockwell Automation and other industrial automation technology leaders Weigh Scales I/O Drives Valves Devices Instruments RFID Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Worldwide AdoptionEstablished EtherNet/IP has gained wide acceptance across the world. The installed base for EtherNet/IP reaches across North America to Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. For high performance I/O & motion Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Differentiator #2Standard… Not “Standards-Based” Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP - StandardIs an open network specified and maintained by ODVA and ControlNet International Uses standard COTS electronics components to build products Uses standard switches and other infrastructure products Adheres to international standard organizations IEEE 802.3 ISO/IEC IEC 61158 IEC ISO 15745 EtherNet/IP is standard and open. EtherNet/IP is compatible with off-the-shelf switch technology and is supported by the international standards and organizations listed above. Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Standard Protocol ModelFTP SMTP HTTP VOIP DNS SNMP File Transfer Web Voice/Video Management Servers CIP EtherNet/IP Application Layer Standard Ethernet Implementation of OSI Model TCP UDP STANDARD Looking at the Standard Ethernet Implementation of the OSI Model, you can see that the model is not modified in any way. The EtherNet/IP (CIP) information resides in the Application Layer of the model just as web and traffic do. This means that EtherNet/IP is standard. No special hardware or software needs to be built into the switch to allow for communication. IP CSMA / CD Physical Layer Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
“standards-based” ProtocolsStarts Out as Standard Model and is Modified Switch Standard Ethernet Controller IP TCP / UDP RT Stack Application Layer Non RT PROFInet V2 IRT H/W Support w/ Switching Technology IP TCP / UDP RT Stack Application Layer Non RT PROFInet V3 Application Layer TCP/UDP NON - STANDARD NON - STANDARD STANDARD “Standards-Based” protocols on the other hand, start out with standard protocol models and then modify to incorporate proprietary technology. This means that extra hardware and or software must be added to the switch to allow these protocols to function correctly and co-exist with standard Ethernet traffic. Modification of the standard model makes the technology proprietary. IP CSMA / CD Physical Layer Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. From IONA Handbook 2005
Standard vs. “standards-based”Uses standard switches Integrates easily into existing Ethernet installations and corporate networks Requires no special training or knowledge from IT workforce “Standards-based” Requires the use of proprietary switches or protected segments Potential integration issues with existing Ethernet installations Requires extra training and knowledge from IT workforce The list above describes some of the concerns engineers and IT staff may encounter when implementing a “standards-based” protocol versus and actual standard protocol like EtherNet/IP. All of these items on the “Standards-Based” list mean spending more time training and implementing, which means more money from the bottom line. The items in the standard list show how using standard technology like EtherNet/IP can save you time and money. “standards-based”: definition - Proprietary Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Customer TestimonialStandard The slide above gives a customer testimonial on how EtherNet/IP was the best choice for General Motors worldwide adoption for an Ethernet implementation. The open, standard nature of EtherNet/IP, combined with the exceptional performance made EtherNet/IP the perfect choice to meet GM’s challenging requirements. Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – The Standard for the Automotive Plant FloorCopyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
CIP – One Protocol Across Three NetworksStandard Access of the entire control system from a single location Seamless messaging over multiple networks No extra programming, no black boxes!! WLAN CIP Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Differentiator #3More Than a Fieldbus Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Technology ConvergenceMore Than a Fieldbus Commercial Technologies Webpage Remote Access Video/Voice Over IP Other Commercial Technologies Wireless FTP Robots I/O Devices Real-Time Plant Floor Control Applications Drives Instruments HMI Business System Business & Traditional Plant Floor Applications EtherNet/IP is commonly known to be a great network for plant-floor control tasks such as controller communications, HMI communications, business system communications and programming terminal communications. EtherNet/IP is also ideal for real-time plant floor applications like controlling I/O, drives, devices, etc. When you mix EtherNet/IP with available commercial technologies you can solve any application ranging from Sequential to Motion to Drives to Process to Batch and to Safety. When you take industrial, commercial, and business technologies using EtherNet/IP and mix them together, you can solve any application – plant-wide. Controllers Programming Terminals Mix Business, Industrial, and Commercial Technologies to Solve Applications – Plant-wide Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
Large EtherNet/IP ApplicationsMore Than a Fieldbus Automotive Brewing / Beverage 1620+ Nodes: 135 Controllers 419 Weld Machines & I/O Nodes 113 Drives 348 HMI / Computers 711 Robots 7 Cameras 3400 Nodes 628 Nodes: 8 Controllers 120 I/O Nodes 495 Drives 5 HMI / Computers Printing Construction Materials RA 520 Nodes: 36 Controllers 284 I/O Nodes 48 Drives 152 HMI / Computers 810+ Nodes: 32 Controllers 384 I/O Nodes 192 Drives 31 HMI / Computers 170+ Other EtherNet/IP Devices The tools that these applications use to succeed Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Expanding CapabilitiesMore Than a Fieldbus Safety IT Integration EtherNet/IP will continue to enhance information integration capabilities between plant floor and enterprise EtherNet/IP Safety follows DeviceNet Safety Time Sync and Motion Security EtherNet/IP… the standard for Time Sync and Motion Control EtherNet/IP systems will continue to evolve and add security measures Some of the technologies EtherNet/IP will be supporting in the near term are EtherNet/IP Safety, tighter IT integration, time synchronization (CIP Sync) and CIP Motion, and tighter security integration. For more information on these topics, view the Additional Details section at the end of the presentation. Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.EtherNet/IP Summary More Than a Fieldbus EtherNet/IP is… Standard Standard, unmodified Ethernet 802.x No special hardware requirements Established Real-Time I/O control since 2001 1+ Million EtherNet/IP devices sold 33% CAGR 160+ Vendors 400+ Products Available More than a Fieldbus Mix commercial and industrial technology on 1 network Huge applications 1620+ Nodes 810+ Nodes 620+ Nodes Motion & Safety Devices Available Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP - Key DifferentiatorsEtherNet/IP is: Established Standard More Than a Fieldbus Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Additional DetailsSafety IT Integration Time Sync and Motion Security RA EtherNet/IP Portfolio Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP Safety The Underlying Technology Currently ShippingSpec Done – Products in Development – Available Late 2007 CIP Safety is the underlying technology for both DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP Safety DeviceNet Safety is currently shipping right now EtherNet/IP Safety is currently in development and will be available in the near future Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
Example EtherNet/IP Safety SystemGuardLogix Controller 1 Network for Standard and Safety Messaging GuardLogix Controller GuardPLC 1600/1800 EtherNet/IP Enabled Standard EtherNet/IP I/O EtherNet/IP Safety will work on the same network and EtherNet/IP with no special infrastructure required Standard EtherNet/IP I/O and controllers will function on the same network as EtherNet/IP Safety products CompactLogix Controller EtherNet/IP Safety I/O* GuardPLC I/O on EtherNet/IP Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. * = 4QCY2007
…because EtherNet/IP is standard EthernetEtherNet/IP – IT Integration Integrates Easily with Business Systems and Corporate Infrastructure Makes Information Available Anywhere You Need it Web Pages Corporate Database Pagers Alarm in Zon To: cc: Alarm in Zone #1. Please Check Tank Level. Windows - Express X - O SQL XML ODBC EtherNet/IP is a compliment to… not a barrier to IT Integration Because EtherNet/IP is standard Ethernet, you can use commercial technologies on the same network as your control system EtherNet/IP enabled products allow for the transfer of information to various commercial products in standard formats Cell Phones Send Plant Info to Cell Phones or Pagers via Create Custom Web Pages with Data From Your Controller …because EtherNet/IP is standard Ethernet Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – IT Integration - ApplicationsCommercial Technology Industry Standard Protocol/Technology RA Interface SMTP EWEB, ENBT, ENIW RFID Sockets EWEB Cell Phone / Pager Custom Web Pages HTTP Corporate Database XML, OPC, ODBC, MTS/COM+, Oracle OCI, SAP, SQL Server EWEB, ENBT, RSSQL This chart shows how various Rockwell Automation EtherNet/IP enabled products use standard technology to work with commercial technology FYI – Sockets are basically a connection between a client and a server over Ethernet that allows communication for data exchange Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – IT IntegrationRSSQL EtherNet I/P Windows Box SQL Server DB, Oracle DB, ODBC, MTS/COM+ 1756-EWEB Data presented in XML format Socket Connections to Proprietary Systems Custom Web Pages perfect for Portal Authenticated Business Applications XML Data eWEB Module Controller Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Time Sync and MotionEtherNet/IP (CIP) can meet the requirements of motion networking and deliver additional benefits to the user Lower system costs Broad acceptance of EtherNet/IP on the factory floor Uses standard, commercial Ethernet technology Better system performance Technology is available TODAY to provide the performance required IEEE 1588 time synchronization services High performance switches Simplified Integration Fewer “specialty” networks required Motion drives with other EtherNet/IP device on the same network Future Proof - Leverage existing and future network enhancements Safety, Security, 1G, 10G, etc. Overview of EtherNet/IP in motion applications Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Flat Network TopologyLower system cost Better system performance Simplified integration Future Proof EtherNet/IP EtherNet/IP Using EtherNet/IP for the entire network can result in an easier to use, more cost effective system We are not trying to replace existing ControlNet and DeviceNet installations. ControlNet and DeviceNet are and will continue to be a key part of the NetLinx strategy. Some applications may still be best solved using the capabilities of ControlNet and/or DeviceNet Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP - CIP MotionPrototype demonstrated at various venues 2004 Automation Fair (futures room) 2004 SPS/IPC/Drives Show in Germany 2005 Hannover Fair in Germany 2005 ARC Event in Japan 2005 Automation Fair (EtherNet/IP booth) Enhanced prototype shown at 2005 SPS/IPC/Drives Show in Germany 2006 Hannover Fair 2006 Automation Fair (EtherNet/IP booth) CIP Motion is a reality and has been demonstrated publicly Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
How Can I Improve My Automation Security?“…the key to managing risk is the planning, implementation and interdependencies of process, policies, procedures and people in combination with the selection of appropriate security best-of-breed technology products and/or services” The True Meaning of Security, a whitepaper by WorldCom “Security, isn’t a technology problem – it’s a process problem” “In the physical world, you lock the doors of your house, you set burglar alarms….we haven’t developed that sixth sense in the digital world” John Thompson, Chairman and CEO, Symantec USA Today The key to improving security is understanding and lowering the risk to acceptable levels There is no such thing as perfect security (or zero risk) 80% of the cost is in the last 20% of risk reduction Technology alone is not the answer Security is 20% technology and 80% process, policy, and procedure Automation Security is all about managing risk Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
Application Of Products and ServicesThe World Defense In Depth The Enterprise The Plant Floor Improve security by “minimizing your attack profile” The Inner Fortress Walls: Firewalls & other Security Tools focused on Plant Floor The Outer Fortress Walls: Firewalls, VPN, Virus Protection & other IT Security Tools Application of products and services supporting multiple layers of defense Create “walls” around critical assets on the Plant Floor Logically separate Plant Floor from the Corporate Enterprise Create small “holes” in the Inner Wall only as required Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
Detailed Description of “Defense in Depth”Corporate Security Policies Defined Step #1 - User Authentication and Authorization Step #2 - Perimeter Enforcement Step #4 - Unauthorized Access Detection Step #5 - Device Enforcement Corporate Intranet Automation Network Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
RA can help customers today…Problem Solution Plant floor personnel don’t understand industrial automation security issues and lack technical security expertise Security Services understands automation problem and speaks the language of IT Security patches to windows based PCs on factory floor is problematic Better defenses provided by Security Services allow patches to be tested and applied when convenient Worms or viruses on a windows PC Improve defenses with Security Services Natural or man made disaster RSMACC Unintended actions (accidents) caused by employees and other authorized visitors RSAssetSecurity with better defenses as recommended by Security Services Unauthorized actions by employees and other authorized visitors Unauthorized actions by unauthorized people Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
RA’s Integrated Security OfferingSecureAutomationTM Education and Training Presentations, white papers, articles Standards, Paid Seminars ManufacturingProcessAssuranceTM Network Services Security Services RSAssetSecurityTM User Authentication and Authorization Security Configuration Administration Access Control Access Detection CIP Firewall IT Infrastructure (Firewall, Switch, etc.) Access Logs Intrusion Detection Intrusion Protection Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Rockwell PortfolioFull set of Services FlexLogix PanelView Plus SoftLogix 5800 ControlLogix Industrial PC Power Monitor ALLEN-BRADLEY Powermonitor I A V EtherNet/IP products are web-enabled PLC-5E SLC 5/05 This slide and the following slides are meant to be a representative but not complete list of Rockwell Automation’s EtherNet/IP portfolio FLEX I/O MicroLogix POINT I/O ControlLogix I/O Drives CompactLogix Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Rockwell Portfolio Cont’dCopyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
EtherNet/IP – Rockwell Portfolio Cont’dControllers: MicroLogix 1100 PLC-5E SLC-5/05 ControlLogix FlexLogix CompactLogix SoftLogix HMI: RSView 32/SE/ME PanelView Standard PanelView Plus VersaView Computers InView Message Displays Drives: EtherNet/IP – Scanport PF - 7x PF - 40 I/O: ControlLogix FLEX POINT ArmorPoint ArmorBlock Communication Interfaces: EtherNet/IP – Serial EtherNet/IP – DeviceNet Modem Dial-in Power Monitor MCC: IntelliCENTER (soon) RSI: Full suite of products RA Networking Services Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.
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