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OSIsoft Technology
Enterprise Technology
Trends
Trends
Curt Hertler
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OSIsoft Technology and Enterprise Trends
 Enterprise Technology Tools
 What’s Probable vs. What’s Possible?
 Customer Case Studies
 OSIsoft Business Intelligence Project
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Enterprise Technology Tools
 Internet Explorer
 MOSS 2007
– Environment for integration and collaboration
 RtWeb Parts (PI Infrastructure)
– Intuitive access to process information in real-time
 DataLink for Excel Services
– Open access to analysis and reporting
 PerformancePoint (Microsoft) – Business Intelligence
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Flexible KPI roll-up
Business rule definition
Performance score carding
Benchmarking analysis
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Enterprise Technology Tools
Environment for Integration and Collaboration
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Enterprise Technology Tools
Environment for Integration and Collaboration
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Enterprise Technology Tools
Intuitive Access to Process Information
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Enterprise Technology Tools
Open Access to Analysis and Reporting
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What’s Probable vs. What’s Possible ?
 What’s Probable ?
– “Hyper-Client” for the Knowledge Worker
• Efficient – Centralized, no client installation
• Convenient - “PI Data on the Web”
• Fluid - Great for “interested” user
 What’s Possible ?
– Resource for sustaining the “Information-centric”
Organization
• Define Agreed Rules - Knowledge Management
• Spread the Problem - Operational Excellence
• Guide Innovation - Information Driven Collaboration
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Customer Case Studies
 Knowledge Management - BP
 Operational Excellence - PEMEX
 Information Driven Collaboration - Kodak
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Knowledge Management
BP
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Knowledge Management
Applications
 Defined Applications
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Operating Envelopes
Analyzer Performance
Plan versus Actual
Key Performance Indicators
Laboratory View
Asset Management
Log Book
 Other Capabilities
– Process Graphics
– Document Management
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Knowledge Management
Operating Envelopes
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Knowledge Management
Operating Envelopes - Detail
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Operational Excellence
PEMEX
“PEMEX Pipeline Monitoring”
MAURO ARENAS NOBLE
OSIsoft 2007 User’s Conference
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Operational Excellence
Overview
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Operational Excellence
Challenges. Divisions
 Four separated business lines
– Divisional barriers.
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Low levels of coordination
Applications not talking to each other
Independent project development
Not sharing common infrastructure
– Value chain sub optimized
 Pipelines
– Natural links between the productive
areas
– Embedded in the business lines
– Different visions and priorities
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Operational Excellence
Solution. KPI’s
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Operational Excellence
Next Steps
Operating Coordination Center
– To support logistics.
– To coordinate events in case of out of normal
operations.
– To act as quick response center in security
affairs.
– A highly available solution required.
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Information Driven Collaboration
Kodak
“Energy Management
The Infrastructure Approach”
Dr. J. Patrick Kennedy,
CEO and President, OSIsoft
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Information Driven Collaboration
Kodak Park
The Largest of Eastman Kodak’s Worldwide
Manufacturing Sites
Located in Rochester, New York
Referred to as a “City Within a City”
1300 Acres (5,200,000 sq m)
150 Buildings
Nearly 30 Miles of Roads
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Information Driven Collaboration
Kodak Park
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Information Driven Collaboration
Goals
Reduce utility costs at Kodak Park
through improved demand side
management
Consolidation of the utilities data
 Create Awareness via the Web
Grow a Culture of Energy Efficiency
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Information Driven Collaboration
Kodak Employee Portal
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Information Driven Collaboration
Mini Projects
 Demand Side
– Better correlation of MFG energy usage to production
volumes
– Identified opportunities in manufacturing to implement
an energy conservation mode between product runs
– Extended carbon recovery cycles
– More effective utilization of labs with fume hoods
– More effective “Time of Day” scheduling for lighting
and HVAC
– Temperature / HVAC fan set points
– System is considered an essential tool during our
energy savings workshops (Kaizens)
– Heightened awareness of many end users
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Information Driven Collaboration
Mini Projects
 Generation side findings
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Plant loading optimization
Boiler fan optimization
Exhaust head improvements
Better management of self generation vs. purchased
power
– Improved deaerator utilization
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Information Driven Collaboration
Harvest Time
 The Energy Information System (EIS) has been
an essential tool to help us reach our goal of:
“One Powerhouse for Kodak Park”
Collectively these efforts have yielded savings
into the millions of dollars.
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Information Driven Collaboration
Lessons Learned
 Continuous Improvement Process
 No BIG BANG – 1000 little bangs
 Combined Capital and Intelligence Operation
 Infrastructure Approach – Remove Infrastructure
from Projects
 Lowers the Cost of Curiosity
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Enterprise Technology Trends
Recap
 BP
– Consistent presentation of business rules throughout their
organization – 14 refineries worldwide.
– Scalable application methodology.
 PEMEX
– Integration of information across business units.
– Establishment of agreed successful operation.
– “Operating Coordination Center” for strategic collaboration.
 Kodak
– Leveraged intranet to present business objectives to all
employees.
– Promoted innovation, guided towards accomplishment.
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OSIsoft Business Intelligence Project
 Microsoft PerformancePoint
– Flexible KPI roll-up
– Business rule definition
– Performance score carding
– Benchmarking analysis
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OSIsoft Business Intelligence Project
RtWeb Parts
SharePoint
DataLink for Excel Services
PerformancePoint
PerformancePoint
Server
RtBaseLine Services
SQL Analysis
PI AF
PI
RDB
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OSI BI Project
AF Asset Structure
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OSI BI Project
AF Asset Specifications
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OSI BI Project
Enterprise Scorecard in Real Time
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OSI BI Project
Process Performance Benchmarking
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OSI BI Project
BI Scores Available to Spreadsheet Reports
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OSI BI Project
Asset Performance Reporting
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Conclusions
 Think beyond the “hyper-client”.
 Enterprise tools and the PI Infrastructure are being
used to address organizational challenges.
 Stay tuned for more about PI and BI.
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