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CONNECTED MANUFACTURING WITH MQTT

CONNECTED MANUFACTURING WITH MQTTVatsal Shah | CEO & Founder, Litmus Automation

@ LAutomationIOT at Scale | Oct 17, 2014 Palo Alto

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A small manufacturing facility could generate 2 to 10 terabytes a year.

A large one 16 to 80 terabytes

An entire enterprise would need to handle 80 to 5,000 terabytes a year

Entire U.S. machining sector could generate from 200 petabytes to 1 xylobabyte a year.

Massive Data Connected Manufacturing is data-driven2

F.R.A.G.M.E.N.T.E.D

CURRENTSCENARIO 1VERTICALSILOS

Leading to redundant resources3

STAND - ALONE

CURRENTSCENARIO 2Machine Focused Systems

Information Islands are created4

INFORMATIONPROCESS FLOW

Operations

Finance

Marketing

SalesRaw MaterialShopFloorDesign &EnggProduction

DECISION MAKING UNITSCURRENTSCENARIO 3No information integration waterfall step-by-step processCan be optimized if decision making units benefit from real-time production data, decisin makers get real-time feedbackInstead of hierarchical structures, service-orientated architectures become prevalent in industries to improve system flexibility and seamless transition of reconfiguration

Current process flow does not allow this:Connectivity from the lowest end of the process chain, nearest the work piece or shop floor, to the highest design or process-planning tool. Additionally, the interoperability provided by iOt PROTOCOLS, enables a host of third-party solution providers to develop software and hardware to make the entire manufacturing enterprise more productive.5

CONNECTED MANUFACTURING

Data CollectionData TransmissionData Analytics

1DATA COLLECTIONOperational Data

Predictive Data

Conditions Data

Process Parameters

DATA TRANSMISSION2

Raw or Derived Data

Wired or Wireless Medium

Security and Privacy Concerns

Protocols Standards

DATAPROCESSING3

Identify Hierarchies

Compute Metrics

Store Locally

Generate Events

WHY CONNECTED MANUFACTURING?

Holistic Solution

Speed Response Time

Reduce Product Wastage

Process-Tracking Not Part- trackingPart traceability primarily deals with what part was manufactured, along with when and where.Process traceability builds and expands on this information to understand fully how the part was manufactured. With a process traceability system,analytics are built to fully understand the manufacturing process execution and its impacts and apply this information in improving efficiencies10

MQTTMessage Queueing Telemetry Transport

PublishSubscribeMQTT Broker

Simple, Asynchronous (push) delivery of messages through Pub/Sub Architecture

MQTTFEATURESLight Weight & SimpleMade for Unreliable Networks3 Quality of Service (QoS) LevelsLast Will & Testament

ANY REAL USE-CASES ?

MQTT BrokerMachine 1

Machine 2Machine 3Weather Station

ERP SystemInventory Mgt SystemLED BoardsSCADA

HMI

MongoDB DatabaseWiFiEthernet2GWiFi

FACTORY FLOOR

MQTT Broker

Machine 1Machine 2Modbus /RS485CPUModbus /RS485CPUPubSubPubSubProtocolMappingProtocolMapping

FACTORY FLOOR15

Temperature Plant / Machine 1 / Temp_serial#Counter Plant / Machine 1 / Counter_serial#Counter Set Plant / Machine 1 / Counter_control_Serial#Stop Plant / Machine 1 / Stop_serial#LogsPlant / Machine 1 / Logs_serial#Consumption Plant / Machine 1 / Consumption_serial#Power Plant / Machine 1 / Power_serial#QoS 1QoS 2QoS 2Sensor to Topic mapping (Existing Modbus) QoS 0QoS 1QoS 1QoS 2

FACTORY FLOORMachine 1

THANK YOU

@litmusautomation

@LAutomation

@Litmus Automation

litmusautomation.com

THINGS | BUSINESS | CONNECTED

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