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Profinet

Written by Kang Abu on 6:15 PM

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PROFINET has been described as the “all-encompassing Industrial Ethernet” because it supports virtually all automation functions in the manufacturing industries including discrete control, process automation, motion control, peer-to-peer integration, vertical integration with enterprise IT systems, functional safety, energy management, fast IO and much more.
Because PROFINET uses standard IEEE 802.3 Ethernet, it operates successfully over cabled networks and IEEE 802.11 wireless Ethernet. Wireless is a necessity when untethered devices like AGVs (Automatic Guided Vehicles) must be controlled. Installations using wireless in concert with PI's PROFIsafe profile shows how the combination of these two technologies can provide a powerful and effective solution in difficult applications such as cranes.
In motion control applications, PROFINET can control up to 150 axes in one millisecond, with no more than one microsecond of jitter. This makes it also suitable for demanding applications like printing presses.
PROFINET is the only Industrial Ethernet whose specification defines how Plant Asset Management (PAM) and other information needed by Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) is communicated.
PROFINET protects users’ investments in plant skills, equipment and networks by seamlessly integrating PROFIBUS installations, and other fieldbuses like Modbus and DeviceNet. This makes it easy and quick to migrate to Ethernet-based installations.
For more in detail, visit http://www.allthingsprofinet.com
While embracing industry standards like Ethernet, TCP/IP, XML, and OPC, PROFINET itself is an open standard supported by PI (PROFIBUS and PROFINET International). PI support means that engineers from top automation companies and end users are continually collaborating to enhance PROFINET's features and keep it in tune with the needs of industry.
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Automation and Standards Bring New Life to an Old Machine

Written by Kang Abu on 6:08 PM

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Curt G. Joa Inc., Sheboygan Falls, Wis., is a builder of web converting machinery for manufacturers of disposable diapers and other household and medical paper products. Recently, a diaper manufacturer approached Curt G. Joa Inc. to help upgrade a converting machine that was outdated and increasingly expensive to fix.  
"Fifteen years ago, when this converting system was made, it was considered top-of-the-line," says Kevin Zeinemann, electrical engineering manager at Joa. "But at that time, plant-floor information was not a priority as it is today, when executives look for production data to help them make business decisions."

The old diaper machine employed several third-party systems, including a different human-machine interface (HMI), drive system and input/output (I/O) system, none of which communicated effectively with each other or with plantwide information systems. When the time came to add a new piece of end-of-line packaging equipment, the old system no longer had the functionality or the flexibility to accommodate the new addition.

To ease the transition to the new control platform, engineers at Joa standardized on Allen-Bradley/Rockwell for the new motion control, I/O and HMI products. The new devices, which were capable of interfacing with the existing equipment, were added in stages in order to meet the customer's objective of minimal disruption to production. They also standardized in terms of programming, using Rockwell's Power Programming tool and methodology, designed to allow users to leverage pre-engineered, ISA88-based modules of code across multiple machines and applications. This reportedly helped them reduce design and engineering costs by an average of 45 percent.

Modular programming
"That's the intent behind new modular programming guidelines recently incorporated into the (International Society of Automation's) ISA88 standard," says Dan Seger, principal engineer, Rockwell Automation Inc., Milwaukee. "The guidelines provide programmers with a broadly recognized and predictable machine state model and standardized data model to help ensure they speak the same language and use the same terminology consistently during machine design.

"With the ability to reuse definitions, structures and lines of code, programmers can better leverage prior work," Seger continues. He notes that this is particularly important as machine builders continue to assume more responsibility for designing "information-enabled" machines that are pre-configured and accurately coded with the operating and performance data that end-users need.

The people at Joa seem to agree. "Our partnership with Rockwell helped us to innovate without risking the flexibility our customers need or slowing our design process," says Zeinemann.

OPC Foundation News From Around The World

Written by Kang Abu on 6:03 PM

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OPC UA and The Cloud Webinar and Demo Available:  A new end-user targeted webinar and demo is available which discusses how OPC UA is the ideal foundation for a cloud computing strategy for industrial automation applications. Link here.

OPC UA Java Stack Release Candidate Available:  The OPC Foundation is pleased to announce that the OPC UA Java Stack is now available as a release candidate. Download here.
6-steps to Success with OPC UA:  The OPC Foundation has witnessed significant interest in OPC UA adoption around the world. We have defined 6 simple steps to help you maximize your investment in OPC UA technology, from inception, to development and through to certification. Download this paper today.

OPC Foundation Announces OPC .NET 3.0 (WCF) For OPC Classic:  Scottsdale, AZ October 25, 2010 - The OPC Foundation has announced the release of OPC .NET 3.0 (formerly known as OPC Express Interface (Xi)). This new API will enable users of OPC Classic to leverage the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) technology, facilitating the transfer of data securely through firewalls. Complete information can be found here.

OPC Foundation and MTConnect Institute Announce a Memorandum of Understanding:  OPC and MTConnect will cooperate in developing standards called MTConnectOpcUa. MTConnectOpcUa is a set of companion specifications to ensure interoperability and consistency between MTConnect specifications and OPC specifications, as well as the manufacturing technology equipment, devices, software or other products that implement those standards. [Full Story]

OPC UA Part 11 Historical Access Release Candidate Available:  The OPC Foundation annouces the availability of the Release Candidate for Part 11 - Historical Access specification. The document can be found here.

OPC UA Part 7 Profiles and Part 10 Programs New Drafts Available:  The OPC Foundation annouces the availability of new Drafts for Version 1.01 of the Profiles and Programs specifications. The documents can be found here.

OPC Foundation Announces Updates to OPC UA SDK:  The OPC Foundation Announces the updated release of the OPC UA SDK deliverables. The downloads are available here.

Using OPC UA and PLCopen to Create Better Automation Solutions : 
The webinar and slides ares now available online.

OPC Foundation OPC Xi Technology/Product Demonstration Webinar: 
The webinar demonstrating the OPC Xi Technology is available online.

More news can be found here.  

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SITEK installs large Siemens MES in Russia

Written by Kang Abu on 6:00 PM

December 20, 2010 - SITEK Group announced the launch of the largest implementation project on MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) in Russian Federation carried out by Siemens and Avtodizel (Yaroslavl Motor Works), a member of GAZ Group, Russia's second-largest auto companу.

Siemens' departments of Industry Automation and Drive Technologies, and Avtodizel launched the MES on November 22, 2010. The project aims to improve optimization of production and reduce costs through better production processes management at Avtodizel.

The agreement between the parties provides introduction of MCIS (Motion Control Information System) developed by Siemens as a corporate standard at Avtodizel. MCIS is an integrated solution that enables to automate production processes, improve product quality and productivity, reduce downtime, increase production efficiency.

Avtodizel opted on the solutions of Siemens MES Software (MCIS) after careful analysis and consideration of the leading players of the MES-solutions world market. SITEK Group was also chosen. High level of service and reliability of the created systems were determining factors in choosing project partners.

In today’s globally competitive and recessionary environment it is imperative that enterprises further eliminate waste, become leaner and more agile to respond to customer’s demand. The main way to realize a profit is to low production costs. Optimization of manufacturing processes, reducing overhead costs associated with the need to keep in stock some supplies of raw materials might help. It is known that in western practice leaders of various levels are provided with reliable and operational information on the current state of affairs in order to optimize costs without risking to break the production process. The automated production management system (MES) solves these tasks which functions include operational planning, reduction of material balances, monitoring, recording and analysis of losses, calculation of reserves and work in progress, as well as tracking the effectiveness of the use of equipment, monitoring its condition.

"We are creating an entirely new production: a fundamentally new engine, new engineering building, new approach to the engine development and production process taking into account modern standards of quality, new methods of production management, ─ said Victor Kadylkin, CEO of the Yaroslavl Motor Works. ─ We are striving to achieve European quality of work and any mistake in production costs more than ever before. Thanks to MCIS solution we expect to have rapid, reliable and accurate information at hands on the status of each machine at each site, and here we are completely rely on competence and experience of SITEK Group and Siemens».

Pavel Klepinin, CIO at Yaroslavl Motor Works added: "All machinery for a new engine production at Yaroslavl Motor Works is equipped with Siemens control equipment. А new uniform standard to control the equipment from the chip to a set of commands was agreed to draft with Siemens three years ago. All our machines are designed to meet this standard. It is obvious that MES will bring this standard to the level of production management tools and services. The use of machines and tools at our enterprise will become truly centralized, transparent and manageable."

Avtodizel (Yaroslavl Motor Works) – one of the largest Russian enterprises that specializes on diesel engines of a universal purpose manufacture, couplings and transmissions. The Yaroslavl engines are established on commercial cars, buses, main lorry convoys, career dump-body trucks, air field tractors, combine harvesters, timber carrying vessDecember 20, 2010 - SITEK Group announced the launch of the largest implementation project on MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) in Russian Federation carried out by Siemens and Avtodizel (Yaroslavl Motor Works), a member of GAZ Group, Russia's second-largest auto companу.

Siemens' departments of Industry Automation and Drive Technologies, and Avtodizel launched the MES on November 22, 2010. The project aims to improve optimization of production and reduce costs through better production processes management at Avtodizel.

The agreement between the parties provides introduction of MCIS (Motion Control Information System) developed by Siemens as a corporate standard at Avtodizel. MCIS is an integrated solution that enables to automate production processes, improve product quality and productivity, reduce downtime, increase production efficiency.

Avtodizel opted on the solutions of Siemens MES Software (MCIS) after careful analysis and consideration of the leading players of the MES-solutions world market. SITEK Group was also chosen. High level of service and reliability of the created systems were determining factors in choosing project partners.

In today’s globally competitive and recessionary environment it is imperative that enterprises further eliminate waste, become leaner and more agile to respond to customer’s demand. The main way to realize a profit is to low production costs. Optimization of manufacturing processes, reducing overhead costs associated with the need to keep in stock some supplies of raw materials might help. It is known that in western practice leaders of various levels are provided with reliable and operational information on the current state of affairs in order to optimize costs without risking to break the production process. The automated production management system (MES) solves these tasks which functions include operational planning, reduction of material balances, monitoring, recording and analysis of losses, calculation of reserves and work in progress, as well as tracking the effectiveness of the use of equipment, monitoring its condition.

"We are creating an entirely new production: a fundamentally new engine, new engineering building, new approach to the engine development and production process taking into account modern standards of quality, new methods of production management, ─ said Victor Kadylkin, CEO of the Yaroslavl Motor Works. ─ We are striving to achieve European quality of work and any mistake in production costs more than ever before. Thanks to MCIS solution we expect to have rapid, reliable and accurate information at hands on the status of each machine at each site, and here we are completely rely on competence and experience of SITEK Group and Siemens».

Pavel Klepinin, CIO at Yaroslavl Motor Works added: "All machinery for a new engine production at Yaroslavl Motor Works is equipped with Siemens control equipment. А new uniform standard to control the equipment from the chip to a set of commands was agreed to draft with Siemens three years ago. All our machines are designed to meet this standard. It is obvious that MES will bring this standard to the level of production management tools and services. The use of machines and tools at our enterprise will become truly centralized, transparent and manageable."

Avtodizel (Yaroslavl Motor Works) – one of the largest Russian enterprises that specializes on diesel engines of a universal purpose manufacture, couplings and transmissions. The Yaroslavl engines are established on commercial cars, buses, main lorry convoys, career dump-body trucks, air field tractors, combine harvesters, timber carrying vessels, dredges, etc. In 2001 Avtodizel became part of RusPromAvto company transformed later into GAZ Group (parent company).

Siemens (Berlin and Munich) ─ a world leader in electronics and electrical engineering. The concern operates in areas such as industry and energy, as well as in healthcare. Moreover Siemens is the world's largest supplier of environmentally safe technologies. More than 405 000 employees develop and manufacture products, design and build equipment and systems offering tailored solutions for specific customers. More than 160 years Siemens stands for technical progress, innovation, quality, reliability and international cooperation.

SITEK Group is a certified Competence center of MES-systems in mechanical engineering of Siemens and represents its interests in the CIS countries since 2008. SITEK Group supports global improvement by delivering control and visibility in manufacturing. SITEK Group serves 100+ customers in Russia, Europe and CIS delivering hi-tech automation MES-software. Its customers include AVTOVAZ, Zawolzhsky Motorny Zawod (ZMZ), Belarusian Autoworks (BELAZ), Minsk Tractor Works, Yaroslavl Motor Works and other.
els, dredges, etc. In 2001 Avtodizel became part of RusPromAvto company transformed later into GAZ Group (parent company).

Siemens (Berlin and Munich) ─ a world leader in electronics and electrical engineering. The concern operates in areas such as industry and energy, as well as in healthcare. Moreover Siemens is the world's largest supplier of environmentally safe technologies. More than 405 000 employees develop and manufacture products, design and build equipment and systems offering tailored solutions for specific customers. More than 160 years Siemens stands for technical progress, innovation, quality, reliability and international cooperation.

SITEK Group is a certified Competence center of MES-systems in mechanical engineering of Siemens and represents its interests in the CIS countries since 2008. SITEK Group supports global improvement by delivering control and visibility in manufacturing. SITEK Group serves 100+ customers in Russia, Europe and CIS delivering hi-tech automation MES-software. Its customers include AVTOVAZ, Zawolzhsky Motorny Zawod (ZMZ), Belarusian Autoworks (BELAZ), Minsk Tractor Works, Yaroslavl Motor Works and other.

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