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    Rugged Computing at the Edge: New CompactLogix 5480 Louisiana Users Group April 2017

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  • Today’s Agenda

    • Internet of Things (IoT)

    • Edge/Fog/Cloud Computing

    • CompactLogix 5480

  • Internet of Things (IoT)

    Internet of Things (IoT) The IoT links objects to the Internet, enabling data and insights never available before.

    Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in manufacturing.

    Standards based approaches are

    required to enable the IoT industry

  • Connected Devices

  • IoT Enablers: Rise of Big Data

    Aircraft Jet Engine 10 TB per 30 minutes

    Offshore Platform 500 GB per week

    Estimated Total Cloud Storage 500 exabytes (5 billion GB)

  • IoT Enablers: Computing Power

    =

    Cray 2 1985

    iPad 2 2011

    Each with 1.5 to 1.65 gigaflops of computing power

  • Internet of Things Reference Model

    Devices send and receive data interacting with the

    Network where the data is transmitted, normalized, and filtered using

    Edge Computing before landing in

    Data storage / Databases accessible by

    Applications which process it and provide it to people who will

    Act and Collaborate

  • Internet of Things Reference Model

  • Internet of Things Reference Model

  • Cloud/Fog/Edge

    Fog nodes:

    • “Low to the Ground” • Receive feeds from IoT devices

    using any protocol, in real time • Run IoT-enabled applications for

    real-time control and analytics, with millisecond response time

    • Provide transient storage, often 1–2 hours

    • Send periodic data summaries to the cloud

    The cloud platform:

    • Receives and aggregates data summaries from many fog nodes

    • Performs analysis on the IoT data and data from other sources to gain business insight

    • Can send new application rules to the fog nodes based on these insights

    Edge Computing:

    • Push applications, data and computing power to the edge, or logical ends of the network, closer to the end user

    • Low latency • Reduced data movement across

    the network • Improved security as it stays closer

    to the end user

  • Some IoT OS Options

    Android Things Google Brillo

    Windows 10 IoT Mobile Core

    Enterprise

    Linux Ubuntu Core

    Wind River VxWorks

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    ENTERPRISE • Site to site benchmarking • Operational analytics • Integration to/from business systems • Data visualization & discovery

    SYSTEM • Real-time optimization of machines,

    processes & plants • Predictive maintenance • Abnormal system awareness & action

    DEVICE • Information from intelligent devices • Third party device integration • Machine/fleet management for

    remote assets

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    Automatic provisioning Data processing Data storage Dashboards Maps Lists

    Control

    MobileWeb

    AOI/ UDT (RAPID enabled)

    1. Data structures in the controller (Rapid AOI)

    2. Cloud gateway for secure transfer of data to the cloud

    3. Cloud Platform (running on Azure) for storage and processing of data

    4. Pre-defined dashboards & analysis tools

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  • Complexities of IoT Analytics

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    Studio 5000®

    Software and Analytics Portfolio

    DESIGN VISUALIZATION & COLLABORATION FactoryTalk® View & FactoryTalk® TeamONE

    ANALYTICS FactoryTalk® Analytics

    • Combines elements of design into one standard framework

    • Intuitive integrated design environment focuses on rapid design, re-use, collaboration and virtual design

    • Enables a comprehensive picture of operations

    • Centralized management solutions for the modern factory

    • Provides the right content to the right person in the right place

    • Performs system level health & diagnostics to solve hard-to-discover issues

    • Built-in chat feature to ask questions about the devices

    • Automatic dashboards are created to display information

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    Operator Interface Portfolio

    PanelView™ PanelView™ and MobileView™ VersaView®

    • Runs FactoryTalk View Site Edition Software and ThinManager™ ready

    • Open-platform flexibility of the Windows® operating system

    • Industrial and extreme environment options available

    • Thin client options available to manage multiple computers in distributed applications

    COMPONENT TERMINALS OPERATOR TERMINALS INDUSTRIAL COMPUTERS & THIN CLIENTS

    • PanelView Plus 7 running FactoryTalk® View Machine Edition software

    • PanelView 5500 running Studio 5000 View Designer software

    • Closed-platform provides a robust machine interface

    • Ethernet communication • Mobile enabled

    • Optimized for compatibility with Micro800® and MicroLogix™ controller

    • Design and configure with built-in software

    • Panel-mount display devices

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    COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Unauthorized Use and Disclosure Prohibited

    Introducing CompactLogix 5480

    Julie Robinson Marketing Manager, Controllers

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    Logix Controller Hardware Portfolio Overview

    CompactLogix 5370 ControlLogix 5570

    ControlLogix 5580CompactLogix 5380

    CompactLogix 5480

    General Purpose

    High Performance

    High Performance /

    Open Controller

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    Introducing CompactLogix 5480

    USB Ports  USB device port for easy access for

    programming, troubleshooting, online edits and updating the controller firmware

     (2) USB 3.0 ports (OS)

    Gb EtherNet/IP Ports  (3) Logix GbE ports. 2 ports configurable for

    Dual IP or DLR  (1) Operating System GbE port

    Secure Digital Card  Optional nonvolatile memory storage for the Logix

    user program and tag data

    Enhanced Security Features  Digitally-signed and encrypted firmware  Controller change detection  Role-based access control  License-based content protection

    Multi-discipline high performance controller  Multi-discipline Logix controller with Microsoft

    Windows IoT Enterprise for 3rd party applications

     Commercially available CPU for high performance

    Monitor Interface  DisplayPort supports standard

    converters for HDMI, DVI, VGA displays

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    CompactLogix 5480 Target Applications

     Large motion applications  Supports up to 150 axes on EtherNet/IP (up from 32 axes max on 5380)

     3rd party applications without a pc on the plant floor  Integrated visualization and control  Thin client  Data logging  Line controller, data concentrator

     High data throughput (minimal automation control)  Integrated machine vision and control

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    CompactLogix 5480

    FactoryTalk VantagePoint

    FactoryTalk View ME/SE Station

    FactoryTalk ViewPoint

    Integrated Monitor

    FactoryTalk Cloud Gateway

    FactoryTalk Analytics

    Industrial Data Center

    C#, Java, .Net (OEM Special Apps)

    Simulation Models

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    CompactLogix 5480 Product Overview

    Upstream CIP GbE port

    CIP GbE Configurable DLR A1/A2

    USB device port DIN rail mount

    5069 local IO (up to 31 modules)

    Status LEDs and display

    Redundant fans that can be replaced during runtime

    OS dedicated GbE port USB 3.0 (2) External display port

    No Haz Loc or Marine

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