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Mobile Convention Amsterdam 2014 - GE - Peter van der Fluit

Presentation GE - Peter van der Fluit at Mobile Convention Amsterdam 2014

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Mobile Convention Amsterdam 2014 - GE - Peter van der Fluit

  1. 1. Industrial Internet GE and the Internet of Things
  2. 2. 2 OT is virtualized Analytics become predictive Machines are self healing & automated Monitoring and maintenance is mobilized Employees increase productivity Entertainment is Digitized Social Marketing Emerged Communications Mobilized IT Architecture Virtualized Retail & Ad Transformed 2. Rise of the Machines WHAT HAPPENED WHEN 1B PEOPLE BECAME CONNECTED? WHAT HAPPENS WHEN 50B Machines BECOME CONNECTED? CONSUMER INTERNET INDUSTRIAL INTERNET © General Electric Company, 2013. All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. 3 Forces shaping the Industrial Internet Internet of things1 Intelligent machines2 Big Data 3 Analytics 4A living network of machines, data, and people Increasing system intelligence through embedded software Generating data-driven insights and enhancing asset performance Transforming massive volumes of information into intelligence
  4. 4. 4 Industrial Internet: business value New customer services Data and the insights it provides will enable new customer services and business models Efficiency and cost savings The ability to model and understand the physical world makes it easier to optimize assets and processes Risk avoidance Increased visibility and control help address environmental, health, and human safety issues
  5. 5. 5 The value to customers is huge Connected machines and data could eliminate up to $150 billion in waste across industries Aviation Power Healthcare Rail Oil and Gas Industry Segment Type of savings Estimated value over 15 years (Billion nominal US dollars) $66B $30B $63B $27B $90B Commercial Gas-fired generation System-wide Freight 1% fuel savings Exploration and development 1% fuel savings 1% reduction in system inefficiency 1% reduction in system inefficiency 1% reduction in capital expenditures Note: Illustrative examples based on potential one percent savings applied across specific global industry sectors. Source: GE estimates
  6. 6. 6 Defining Brilliance in Energy © General Electric Company, 2013. All Rights Reserved Farm to Grid When the grid needs more voltage, wind farms take action. Every second, 150,000 data points on a farm are analyzed to integrate 400MW onto the grid. Wind Farm to Wind Farm Farm to farm communication allows automated control of a wind farms’ voltages to the grid, providing stability to a broader regional area through optimizing multiple farms. Turbine to Battery Battery storage makes predictable power a reality, driving wind farm output, improving service productivity and creating new revenue streams for customers. Turbine to Turbine If a turbine loses wind speed or wind direction, it simply asks its neighbor what it’s doing and replicates the action, improving availability and power output. Turbine to Remote Monitoring GE turbines are monitored and analyzed 24x7 using 150+ unique software rules to detect, prioritize, and identify the best fix for wind turbine operation issues. It’s like having a team of experts around the world solving issues real time.
  7. 7. 7 Taleris Objectives • Help airlines maximize aircraft utilization • Minimize the impact of maintenance • Go from diagnostics to root cause analysis Results • Advanced prognostic algorithm allows airlines to detect issues before they cause downtime/expense • Monitors 10,000 independent parameters, transmits wirelessly • Integrates with airline’s enterprise systems • Platform-agnostic solution can be installed on any make/model, providing continuity among entire fleet Example Use Case Asset Management + Analytics + Experience GE Confidential
  8. 8. 8 Rail optimization The GE RailConnect Transportation Management System and Movement Planner System help railroads analyze critical information in real time. Customer estimate: every 1-mph increase in rail network speed saves $200M in annual capital and operating expenses Example Use Case Asset Management + Analytics + Experience GE Confidential
  9. 9. 9 Cloud for efficiency and agility Going mobile: anytime/ anywhere Access End-to-end Security Predictive insights from Big Data Transition to “Brilliant machines” Cloud based Integrated Asset Management Industrial Internet platform requirements021010308 013161090 040109010 104078050 Consistent and meaningful User experience
  10. 10. 10 Machine Centric Industrial Big Data Modern Architecture Resilient & Secure Connect, make machines intelligent, and optimize them from anywhere in the network Optimized for real-time, large-scale analytic and asset management Rapidly deliver consumer grade Industrial Internet apps with a cloud-agnostic platform Protect industrial data and control access to machines, networks and systems Connects machines, data and people The software platform for optimizing industrial assets and operations Predix The software platform for the Industrial Internet
  11. 11. 11 Predix Platform Product suite On Premise Cloud or Machine Server Turbine Grid/utility Wind farm HealthcareAviation Transportation Predix .Marketplace GE Solutions Energy Network People at work Experience Reader Connect Card Micro Machine Net Server Insight Core Asset
  12. 12. 12 GE Software’s evolving ecosystem We collaborate to extend the reach of our Industrial Internet solutions • Work with the best • Share risk and reward • Develop distinctive technologies • Pursue new markets SOFTWARE ALLIANCES TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE Software as a Service (SaaS) Platform as a Service (PaaS) Infrastructure as a service (laaS) Guiding Principles CONSUME HOST BUILD
  13. 13. 13 Cloud Agnostic Cloud Everything in-between Micro Analytic requirements of industrial companies FREQUENCY OF ANALYTIC Minutes+ Seconds Milliseconds 1,000,000’s + Enterprise data + Exogenous data 1,000’s 100’s LOCATION OF ANALYTIC Wind Mining Aviation Rail Machine Turbine Grinding circuit Engine Engina Plant Wind farm Mine site Aircraft Locomotive Enterprise Distribution center Mining company Airline Railroad INDUSTRIAL DATA Asset & process Interaction Orchestration Analytics Data collection and aggregation Control systems Machine Cloud Decision support Modular and extensible ENTERPRISE DATA Supply chain, finance, etc. EXOGENOUS DATA Market, weather, etc.
  14. 14. 14 Industrial Internet solutions Asset optimization1 Operations optimization2• Parts inventory management • Asset Management • Supply-chain automation • Work scope automation • Field-force optimization • Monitoring & diagnostics • Condition Based Maintenance • Outage management • Asset lifecycle management • Logistics management • Controls & plant automation • Fuel consumption optimization • Emission management • Regulatory compliance • Health & safety assurance • Operations Management & DSS • Network throughput optimization • End-customer information services
  15. 15. 15 GE Confidential “Single” Asset Core Assets Facility Enterpris e Monitor Analyze Predict Optimize Industrial Internet Maturity Model What’s your IIQ (Industrial Internet Quotient)? 1 3 4 5 2
  16. 16. 16 Connect with us GESoftware.com @GESoftware linkedin.com/ company/ge-software youtube.com/ge software
  17. 17. Thank you Peter van der Fluit

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