Smart Manufacturing and the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII)

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1 Smart Manufacturing and the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII) Scott Miller Technology Manager Gulf Coast Regional Manufacturing Center

2 Overview What is Smart Manufacturing? Who is CESMII and what is our mission? What is the Smart Manufacturing Platform and what value does it provide to industry? How does the PI System enable the SM Platform to allow easy integration of advanced cloud-based tools? How can you get involved with CESMII? 2

3 What is Smart Manufacturing? The Operational Business and Technology Practice of radically increasing the application of real-time data throughout the manufacturing enterprise and changing the operational structure The right data in the right form, the right people with the right knowledge, the right technology and the right operations, whenever and wherever needed throughout the manufacturing enterprise 3

4 The Practice of Smart Manufacturing Real-time Data and Modeling to qualify materials, parts, properties, assemblies and drive real-time precision Enterprise integration to realize untapped market, productivity and performance opportunities Operational Practices (intensification, virtualization, modularization, qualification, optimization) to achieve value in an increasingly customized product space with accelerated demand dynamics 4

5 Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute 5

6 CESMII The Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII) is an Industry/Academic consortium, part of a network of Manufacturing USA Institutes. CESMII was created to increase the productivity and competitiveness of US manufacturing companies through improved data insight and by use of advanced analytics. CESMII is partially funded by the US Department of Energy. 6

7 Northwest CESMII A National Network of Capability Networks Headquartered in LA Northeast California HQ Southeast Gulf Coast Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition,

8 The Smart Manufacturing Platform 8

9 Production History Plant Floor Inventory Direct Consumption WorkFlow Production Order Line Schedule Lot Tracking Optimization Engine Raw Mat l Inventory Finished Product Inventory Every Company has an ECO System of STUFF Value Creation Business Applications Overusage Green Light to Convert Demand Driven Supply Chain Green Light to Ship Optimized Inventory Allergen/Micro ecoa WorkFlow Supplier Mngd Inv Line Supply Bin Mgmt Tracking BOM Validation Yard Mgmt Directed Work Core Functions Demand Plan Core Systems Data Input MQIS MES Master Data (BOM,Specs,Vendor,Ingredients,FP) SAP SAP SAP SAP ERP MRP APO PLM Red Prairie 9 Courtesy of General Mills

10 Industry Needs a Platform Smart Manufacturing Platform Open Infrastructure SM Software Marketplace APPs & Toolkits Compose Workflows Cloud Deployment Private/Public IaaS Suppliers Power Mgmt & Energy Grid Heating & Forging Line Operations SM Value Proposition Applications Context Sustainability & Safety Distribution Private Smart Manufacturing Platform Appliance Event Data Mapping Data Time Series Customers Calibration & Production Maintenance Models Sensor Data Traditional Manufacturing Automation Environment and Software Tools 10

11 The CESMII Smart Manufacturing Platform Cloud based, providing best-of-breed analytics, data visualization, and modeling from CESMII members. Enables monetization of manufacturing data and creation of the Connected Enterprise Takes advantage of existing/legacy investment Leverage connectivity IIOT enabled systems Move from Run-to-Failure to Reliability-Centered operations through application of analytics Business/Financial/Energy Optimization at the Enterprise Built-in cybersecurity protect data and operations 11

12 SM Platform Reference Model 12

13 The PI System and the SM Platform Aggregation of process/production data Provide run-time analytics, data contextualization and intelligent data extraction for use by SM advanced analytics, models, and visualization systems Transfer of data (PI Cloud Connect) to the SM platform Provide secure bi-directional data transfer between the data source(s) and the SM platform suite of advanced analytics 13

14 SM Platform and the PI System Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning Modeling Software Energy Cost Containment Asset Efficiency & Fleet Mgmt. Process and Quality Improvement CESMII Smart Manufacturing Cloud OT/IT Analytics Platform Cloud-based PI System Contextualization and Analysis Advanced Visualization and Reporting Business & Work Flow Data Cloud Services On-Premises PI System On-Premises PI System IoT Sensors & Devices Location 1 Machine Data Location 2 Machine Data Location 3 Mfg Data Location 3 Sensor Data 14

15 Example: Smart Manufacturing Process Optimization for Additive Manufacturing 15

16 Additive Manufacturing (AM) America Makes 3D printing has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything. Provides opportunities for increased competitiveness through innovative ways to make components Quickly adapt to customized requirements for components in low volume manufacturing Reduce further processing steps required, saving manufacturing time and resources 16

17 SM Objective for Additive Manufacturing (AM) Introduce/test analytics to improve AM processes in-situ Demonstrate rapid optimization of the AM process and material designs in a hybrid manufacturing setup Derive specified strength characteristics Quickly optimize build and machining processes based on achieved results Reduce scrap and energy usage through fewer iterations to achieve desired properties Needed capability for the industry segments engaged in insertion of new or modified materials, processes (e.g., shift to AM from a welded component), and equipment as part of their operations 17

18 Additive Manufacturing SM Architecture PI System Open Data Infrastructure Indicates Apps/Analytics 18

19 Additive Manufacturing Data Structure PI System PI System Indicates SM Product 19

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21 SM Results for Additive Manufacturing Decrease costs associated with adopting new technology Increase competitiveness through use of alternative materials optimized for component requirements Improve quality of parts through analytics providing for optimization of a variety of part characteristics Easily introduce and use new analytics as they are developed and brought into the SM Platform 21

22 Get Involved With CESMII 22

23 Smart Manufacturing Product Development Find more information at Join an Affinity group to offer and/or access researcher/company subject matter expertise Work with regional partners to develop testbed project proposals Participate in Institute strategic planning activities at both regional and national levels Work with the region and industry partners Subscribe to Institute and regional communications channels to stay up-to-date with opportunities 23

24 CESMII Affinity Groups Human Systems Integration and Decision Support High Energy Unit (Discrete) Smart Manufacturing Cybersecurity for Smart Manufacturing Smart Manufacturing for Aerospace/Defense Systems Manufacturing Smart Manufacturing for Advanced Metals Processing Technologies Smart Manufacturing for Semiconductor Manufacturing Sensors and Wireless Communications for SM Smart Manufacturing for Chemical Processing Manufacturing Data Analytics for Smart Manufacturing Modeling and Simulation for SM Processes Energy Aware Smart Manufacturing Smart Manufacturing for Pulp and Paper Smart Manufacturing for Drying Operations Smart Manufacturing for Cement Manufacturing Smart Manufacturing for Food Quality and Safety 24

25 Scott Miller Technology Manager CESMII Gulf Coast Regional Manufacturing Center Dean Schneider Co-Director CESMII Gulf Coast Regional Manufacturing Center 25

26 Questions Please wait for the microphone before asking your questions Please remember to Complete the Online Survey for this session State your name & company 26

27 Merci Thank You Grazie 27