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Webinar - Transforming Manufacturing with IoT

The Manufacturing industry is realizing the tremendous benefits in the “Internet of Things” (IoT), an inevitable evolution to traditional M2M solutions. Innovations across embedded devices, advanced analytics, and enriched user experiences all powered by cloud, has enabled new opportunities for both perpetual revenue and perpetual customer value. In this session we will break down benefits of IoT for Manufacturing with real-world examples.

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Webinar - Transforming Manufacturing with IoT

  1. 1. DEVICE. DATA. CLOUD. DESIGN. Jeff Nuckolls Vice President, Cloud & IOT Jeff.Nuckolls@SymphonyTeleca.com Twitter: @JeffNuckolls Transforming How Manufacturers Create & Exchange Value with Customers
  3. 3. 3 The Sources of Value and Differentiation have Shifted for Manufacturers From Hardware to Software From Product to Cloud From Product to Service Industry 4.0 …Now is the Time to Kick-start a New Industrial Revolution
  4. 4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_of_Things Then tying together insight with action – there lies the promise of IoT. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical "things" embedded with electronics, software, sensors and connectivity to enable greater value and service… …by exchanging data with the manufacturer, operator and/or other connected devices.
  5. 5. IOT Landscape in 2010
  6. 6. IOT Landscape in 2015
  7. 7. Moore’s Law Metcalf‘s Law Big Data IOT Value of the Network is proportional to the square of the # of connected devices. Large, complex, and growing volumes of both structured and unstructured data. The # of transistors on circuits double every 18 months.
  8. 8. You have needs… Enable innovation Improve efficiency Transform your business You have data…You have things… Transform How Products are Created Transform How Products are Serviced Transform Existing Business Models IOT is about “Your things”…
  9. 9. 9 9 real-world examples of how the Internet of “Your Things" embedded with electronics, software, sensors and connectivity enable greater value and service…
  10. 10. 10 New trend of personalization has set-in at the cost of a mass produced product. Smart phones are now infinitely customizable from design, usability, to apps that can be added and configured #1 Personalization
  11. 11. 11 A leading Auto-industry supplier, manufactures windshield wiper systems with rain-sensors and software that are self-aware of its environment to control how rapidly the wipers sweep the windshield depending on the volume of rain. #2 A Self-Sustained Ecosystem
  12. 12. 12 The General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper is an unmanned aerial vehicle capable of remote controlled or autonomous flight operations. They provide troops with a 24/7 "eye in the sky”, while the trained crew located safely at a base steer the craft, analyze the images, and take action remotely. #3 Autonomous Operation
  13. 13. 13 #4 Data Integration King’s Hawaiian, a family-owned and operated bakery, supports a centralized data- collection system that collects vast amounts of data – about everything from oven temperatures and bake times to scale weights and maintenance operations to ensure anticipated and reliable outcomes.
  14. 14. 14 #5 Troubleshooting Toyota uses real-time software for error corrections in the plant. With improved troubleshooting capabilities and error correction, Toyota has minimized rework and scrap rates in its Alabama plant, which has resulted in an annual cost saving of $550,000.
  15. 15. 15 #6 Floor Visibility GM uses sensor data to decide if it’s too humid to paint an automobile. If the system defines the conditions are unfavorable, the automobile will be routed to another area of the manufacturing process, reducing repainting and maximizing plant uptime.
  16. 16. 16 #7 Reduced Time to Decision GE mobile-enabled SCADA applications enable mobility to display performance data and status updates on handhelds, traditionally only available from processor-intensive analytical tools, thereby enabling faster decisions.
  17. 17. 17 #8 Proactive Maintenance Harley-Davidson’s has an installed software to monitor and track performance of equipment, such as the speed of fans in the painting booth. The software automatically detects issues if a measurement, such as fan speed, temperature, or humidity has deviated from acceptable ranges and adjusts itself.
  18. 18. 18 #9 Process Automation Country Maid, leading manufacturer of branded pastries & cookies uses a Process Automation System with Production Intelligence that enables scalable, plant wide process control system with visualization, analysis and reporting portal for a detailed view into production trends.
  19. 19. 19 Personalization Real-time Insights Self-Sustained Ecosystem Autonomous Operation Data Integration SEEING THE FACTORY FLOOR AS A DATA PLATFORM Telematics and predictive analytics creates a huge opportunity for disruption Floor Visibility Trouble Shooting Proactive Maintenance Process Automation Time to Decision
  20. 20. Transforming from Product to “Services” centric model with IOT Unlock perpetual value and perpetual revenue Shift from customer transactions to customer loyalty 1. Gather data from devices 2. Transform data into business information and insight 4. Enable intelligent collaboration across edge device network (Fogs) 5. Take corrective action anytime, anywhere 3. Anticipate production disruption, monitor processes and assets remotely
  21. 21. Producers Device Management Event Ingestion Storage Transformation Presentation & Action Event Hubs (Service Bus) SQL Database Machine Learning Azure Websites Heterogeneo us client agents Table/Blob Storage HD Insight Mobile Services External Data Sources DocumentDB Stream Analytics Notification Hubs External Data Sources Cloud Services Power BI External Services { } Microsoft offers end-to-end IOT Services with Azure Management Portal Device Provisioning Identify and Register Device State and Updates Device Monitoring & Analytics
  22. 22. IoT in Manufacturing Example > Predictive Analysis Your Thing Azure Event Hub Azure Stream Analytics Remote telemetry containing error codes, timing data, alarms and other status events are securely sent to Azure Event Hub. Your Thing Azure Machine Learning Azure Notification Hubs
  23. 23. A division of Symphony Teleca Things & networks Ingestion & delivery Aggregation & integration Which short-range radio tech – ZigBee, Z-Wave, others? Use HTTP or IoT – specific standards such as MQTT or CoAP? DIY API management or SaaS service? Which programming language for proprietary edge devices? How to extract & coordinate logic running in IoT platform? How to document dependencies on third-party data? How to ensure immutable device state? How to prevent data monitoring by hackers? How to guard against API hacking or denial of service? How to enable IoT on-site while guarding core network? How to enable mix of high volume streaming and low latency? How to monitor & protect with many partners and services? Filter at edge, or transmit raw data in volume? Capture as time series or as event? How to store so it’s easy to transform as needed? Tech, protocols, & standards Distributed data, analytics, and logic New security challenges New network demands Time series data Many IOT Challenges…
  24. 24. Starting the IOT Journey Ideation  Implementation 2-4 Weeks 1-2 Months 3-6 Months Annual
  25. 25. Business Modeling defines IOT Use-Cases Evolve Existing or Create New Business Models to identify appropriate Use-Cases.
  26. 26. A division of Symphony Teleca 1 2 6 7 8 9 11 12 TO MARKET AFTER MARKET
  27. 27. How do we get started Today: BRIEFING WORKSHOP AUDIENCE Business leadership Technology leadership OBJECTIVE Establish interest and intent with your business representatives Envision solution potential based on your business drivers and propose a delivery plan DURATION 2 – 3 hours business workshop 2-5-day design workshop AGENDA • Solution overview • Part 1  Discover • Customer scenario • Part 2  Envision • Demo showcase • Part 3  Design • Solution envisioning • Part 4  Align • Next steps • Part 5  Engage
  28. 28. Let’s get started ! @JeffNuckolls JeffN@Aditi.com